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Plymouth Colony Foodways: Notes and Recipes from a 17th Century Kitchen

Sauce madam, another

March 15th, 2012 by KM Wall

Sauce Madame.

Recipe sauge, percely, ysop & saueray, quyncis, gode perys, & garlic, & put in þe gosse, & sew þe hole agayn þat no grece go oute; & roste it & leye þe grece þat drops fro þe sawce & etc. –  Source [MS Harley 5401, S. Wallace (trans.)]

Sauce Madame

Recipe  Sage, parsley, hyssop, & savory, quinces, good pears, & garlic, & put in the goose, & sew the hole again that no grease go out; & roast it & let the grease that drops from the sauce & etc.


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