John Crophill’s Commonplace Book is a collection of texts on astrology, alchemy, cooking, and medicine assembled in the late fifteenth century. This book contains a transcription of the 69 recipes in the original Middle English, along with notes and related recipes from other contemporary sources.
The Wagstaff Miscellany is a collection of recipes, poems, and other texts written sometime in the fifteenth century. This book contains a transcription of the 189 culinary recipes from the miscellany in the original Middle English, along with notes and related recipes from other contemporary sources.
Fourth Quarter, 2014
(Article: Peeres in Confyt)
Publishing Date: October, 2014
Flavor Pairing in Medieval European Cuisine:
A Study in Cooking with Dirty Data
Kush R. Varshney, Lav R. Varshney, Jun Wang, and Daniel Myers.
International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence Workshops, Beijing, China, August 2013.
Second Quarter, 2008
(Article: A Flexibly Medieval Spinach Tart)
Publishing Date: March, 2008
Initial Communications with Extraterrestrial Beings
(term paper for ATH 365 Language and Culture, 1988)
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