Forme of Cury, A Roll Of Ancient English Cookery, Compiled, about A.D. , by the Master-Cooks of King Richard II, Presented afterwards to Queen Elizabeth, by Edward Lord Stafford, and now in the Possession of Gustavus Brander, Esq. Illustrated with Notes, And a copious Index, or Glossary. A Manuscript of the Editor, of the. 9 rows The Forme of Cury: A Roll of Ancient English Cookery Compiled, about . Book from Project Gutenberg: The Forme of Cury: A Roll of Ancient English Cookery Compiled, about A.D. Library of Congress Classification: TX. The Forme of Cury is the oldest known instructive cookery book written in the English language (the Middle English word cury here means ‘cookery’). The text is thought to have been written at the end of the 14th century by the master-cooks of Richard II (r. –), though this copy – presented in the form of a scroll – was made in England during the s.
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The forme of cury a roll of ancient English cookery, compiled, about A.D. , by the master-cooks of King Richard II, presented afterwards to Queen Elizabeth, by Edward Lord Stafford, and now in the possession of Gustavus Brander, Esq.: illustrated with notes, and a copious index, or glossary, a manuscript of the editor, of the same age and subject, with other congruous matters, are : Samuel Pegge, The Forme of Cury: A Roll of Ancient English Cookery (Project Gutenberg, ) In , during my sophomore year in college, I took a course in Middle English. I never expected to have much of a use for it other then fulfilling the number of credits I needed in the English department to get my BA/5. The Forme of Cury The Rules of Cookery was written around by the chefs of King Richard II and published in London in with recipes dating back to from Ancient Cookery (Diversa Servicia). Extract from the edition According to Constance B. Hieatt, the Forme of Cury can be classified into four different categories. The Forme of Cury, a Roll of Ancient English Cookery: Compiled, about AD , by the Master-Cooks of King Richard II (Cambridge Library Collection - Medieval History)/5(21).