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For The First Service


This is an excerpt from Ouverture de Cuisine
(France, 1604 - Daniel Myers, trans.)
The original source can be found at MedievalCookery.com

For the first service.
Take a pound of new butter in large mass, & put it on a spit of wood to roast: when it begins to be a little hot, take powdered sugar & twice as much cinnamon as sugar, & sprinkle it on the butter that roasts on the fire, until it makes a very thick crust , then it will be enough.

Take oranges cut in two, & sprinkle sugar & cinnamon thereon, & put them on a grill with a little fire, & cast a little melted butter thereon until you see that the sugar is melted: then put again sugar & cinnamon, & butter, & make the fire a little bigger, & put another time sugar & cinnamon, until you see that it's through the orange.

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