The Forme of Cury

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Description: A number of medieval collections of recipes survive. The best known of these in English is The Forme of Cury; ‘Cury’ here comes from the French ‘cuire’ – to cook, and simply means ‘cookery’. Several medieval manuscript versions survive.

John Rylands Library

Project Gutenberg

LOL I don’t have the patience for this!

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