Cooking Recipes of the Middle Ages


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  • Ingredient: (usually) edible material used in cooking
  • Dish: general category of food
  • Tool: equipment used in cooking
  • Name: proper name of dish
  • Instruction: one set of action during dooking
  • Opener: phrase opening a recipe text
  • Closer: phrase closing a recipe text
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  • Kitchen Tip: set of actions concerning cooking
  • Household Tip: set of actions concerning household matters
  • Serving Tip: set of actions concerning dishing and serving the food
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Millet, dietetics



Augsburg, Universitätsbibl., Cod.III.1.2°43Source Collection: A1, fol. 066rRecipe Nr. 86 Dating: 4th quater of 15th c.Origin: place of origin unknownLang: Bavarian, Bavarian, Bavarian

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Hirsch Frigidum est et modicum calidum quia nec sangwinem nec carnem auget in homine nec vires eis tribuit sed tantumodo ventrem eius implet et tantum famem in eo minuit qui gustum refatilacionis non habent Sed et cerebrum hominis aquosum facit et stomachum eius tepidum ac tardum parat Et humoribus qui in homine sunt procellam incutit nec sanum est homini ad comedendum

A1 - "Augsburg, Universitätsbibl., Cod.III.1.2°43"