Media Information

 
 
 
Collection:
Rylands Medieval Collection
Image Number:
JRL0905143dc
Reference Number:
English MS 7
Previous Accession Number:
Crawford MS 18
Link to Catalogue:
Image Title:
Chykens in hocche
Alternative Image Title:
For to boyle fesauntes, partrydjes, capouns and curlewes
Parent Work Title:
Forme of Cury
Alternative Parent Work Title:
Fourme of Curye
Creator:
Master Chef of King Richard II of England
Creator Role:
Author
Display Creator:
Master Chef of King Richard II of England
Date Created:
14th century [late]
Page:
24v
Image Sequence Number:
024v
Description:
Red initial at the beginning of each recipe. The recipes on this page are the continued recipe for making 'Chykens in hocche' and also 'For to boyle fesauntes, partrydjes, capouns and curlewes'. The written space is 92 x 50 mm and the hand is anglicana formata.
Transcription:
may esely be boyled þ(er)inne. messe he(m) & cast þ(er)to poudo(ur) douce.

(.xxxv.) Ffor to boyle ffesa(u)nt(es) partryches. capo(u)ns and corlowes.

Take gode broth & do þer to þe ffoule. & do þ(er)to hole pep(er) & flo(ur) of canel a gode q(ua)ntite & lat he(m) seeþ þ(er)wiþ & messe hit forth & cast þer onne poudo(ur) douce.
Language:
enm-GB
Subject:
Recipes
Subject:
Cookery
Type:
Text
Category of Material:
Archives and Manuscripts
Sub-Category:
Codex
Technique Used:
Scripts (writing)
Medium:
Ink
Support:
Vellum
Time Period Covered:
1200 - 1500 CE
Places Covered:
England
People Covered:
Richard II, King of England, 1367-1400
Item Height:
142 mm
Item Width:
100 mm
Current Repository:
The University of Manchester Library, U.K.
Provenance:
Bibliotheca Lindesiana
Provenance:
Walsh, Johannes
Rights Holder - Image:
JRUL
Rights holder - Work:
JRUL
References:
Parts of this catalogue have been reproduced from Ker, N.R., 'Medieval manuscripts in British libraries, vol. III, Lampeter-Oxford' (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1983), p. 401. By kind permission of Oxford University Press.
References:
Tyson, Moses, 'Hand-List of the Collection of English Manuscripts in the John Rylands Library' (1928), p.8.
Bibliography:
Hieatt, Constance B., and Butler, S., 'Curye on Inglysch, English Culinary Manuscripts of the Fourteenth Century (Including the Forme of Cury)' (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by the Oxford University Press, 1985).
Notes:
Closely related to the 'Forme of Cury' printed by Samuel Pegge in 1780.
Cost:
Bought by Lord Crawford in 1872 for £31.00 through Bernard Quaritch.
Date Captured:
2008-11-12
Image Creation Technique:
Digital capture by Heritage Imaging, The University of Manchester Library
Date Image Added:
2009-01
Metadata Language:
eng-GB
Date modified:
2009-01-21

Chykens in hocche