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Forgotten Foods #4: Cock Beer Forgotten Foods #4: Cock Beer By British Food: A History 11/17/13 22:15 Recently I have been thinking of re-igniting my interest in home-brewing. Previous attempts to make alcohol have never been successful. I have made white wine that tasted of rotten eggs, and made dandelion wine that, when bottled, exploded spectacularly...
Forgotton Foods #3: Umbilical Cord Forgotton Foods #3: Umbilical Cord By British Food: A History 08/13/13 17:30 I have been writing posts of late on the huge variety of cuts we can get from meat, whether prime cuts or more humble (or should that be umble?) cuts, but I fear I may not be able to cook … Continue reading →
Forgotten Foods #2: Verjuice Forgotten Foods #2: Verjuice By British Food: A History 07/25/12 04:48 Having a crabbed face of her own, she’ll eat less Verjuyce with her mutton T Middleton, Women beware Women, 1657 Verjuice was a very popular cooking ingredient from the Middle Ages onwards. Many old recipes ask for it and they seem … Continue reading →...

British Food: A History

British food in all its glory, bizarreness and sometimes grossness. This is also the sister-blog to my other project, Neil Cooks Grigson

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