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Petydawe


This is an excerpt from Recipes from the Wagstaff Miscellany
(England, 1460)
The original source can be found at MedievalCookery.com

Petydawe. Take garbage of yonge goose the heddys the nekkys & the whyngys the geser the hert the lyver boyle hit thorow lay hit on a bord cut the whengges & the ioutes & the feete from the leggys and eny clawe from othir cut the geser the lyver the hert in longe leches have fayre white grece fayre in a fryyng panne & cast yn all the fysch & fry hit a lytyll & put ther to poudyr of pepyr & a lytyll salt have yolkes of eyron drawyn thorow a streynour & poure yn the fryyng pan when hit ys hard a lytyll turne hit fry thorow lat nott to much but as hit may hold to gedyr & serve hit forth.

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