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  • Frumenty is a thick wheat porridge that was traditionally served with venison. XXIV - Maize dish (Frumenty) good and perfectly useful. If you want to make a frumenty, take the wheat and beat it well to when. — “Medieval Cookery - Frumenty”,
  • I swear I'd never heard of Frumenty. I thought she was kidding when she said she was going to make it. She burned the first batch and I didn't laugh. The second batch she sampled first and she kept adding rum to it. She was a bit pissed by the time she got to the fourth batch. — “Frumenty by tqpannie”,
  • Find dictionary definitions, audio pronunciations, and spellings for frumenty in the free online American Heritage Dictionary on Yahoo! Education. — “frumenty - Dictionary definition and pronunciation - Yahoo!”,
  • Definition of frumenty in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of frumenty. Pronunciation of frumenty. Translations of frumenty. frumenty synonyms, frumenty antonyms. Information about frumenty in the free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. — “frumenty - definition of frumenty by the Free Online”,
  • Definition of frumenty from Webster's New World College Dictionary. Meaning of frumenty. Pronunciation of frumenty. Definition of the word frumenty. Origin of the word frumenty. — “frumenty - Definition of frumenty at ”,
  • frumenty (plural frumenties) (food) A porridge made by boiling hulled wheat, typically with additional ingredients such as milk, egg yolks, and/or almond milk, traditionally served with venison or porpoise. Frumenty was often the first dish on the menu of a medieval English feast. — “frumenty - Wiktionary”,
  • frumenty also furmity n. , pl. , -ties , also -ties . Hulled wheat boiled in milk and flavored with sugar and spices Frumenty was served with meat as a pottage, traditionally with venison or occasionally porpoise (considered a "fish" and therefore appropriate. — “frumenty: Definition from ”,
  • A recipe for Frumenty containing whole grain wheat water milk, part milk part cream heaped tablespoon brown sugar, honey raisins (optional) stewed fruit (optional). — “Frumenty Recipe @CDKitchen”,
  • For a fancier frumenty or for one that would be served as a side dish, go on to add the egg yolks and saffron while still over the low heat. The plain frumenty can be used as a breakfast dish. The fancier egg. — “Frumenty”,
  • Frumenty. Frumenty (sometimes frumentee, furmity, fromity, or fermenty) was a popular dish in Western European medieval cuisine. Frumenty was served with meat as a pottage, traditionally with venison or occasionally. — “Frumenty”,
  • frumenty - A 14th century porridge (grain pudding) made with grains of wheat, boiled up History: By 1595, frumenty was evolving into plum porridge or plum pudding, having been. — “Culinary Dictionary, Food Dictionary, Culinary Glossary - F”,
  • Definition of word from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games. Origin of FRUMENTY. Middle English frumente, furmente, from Anglo-French furmenté, from furment, frument grain, from Latin frumentum, from frui to enjoy — more at brook. — “Frumenty - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster”, merriam-
  • FRUMENTY. Curye on Inglysch, 15th c. To make frumente. Tak clene whete & braye yt wel in a morter tyl the holes gon of; sethe it Tak good broth & sweet mylk of kyn or of almand & tempere it therwith. Nym yelkys of eyren rawe & saffroun & cast therto; salt it;. — “Medieval Recipes: Frumenty”,
  • Labels: Old Frumenty illustration, Pastiche. Wednesday, December 24, 2008. St. George and the Dragon. Here's a very old illustration I did as a card many years ago. I suppose what appeals to me about the time of year is an English/European world. — “ArtSpark Theatre: December 2008”,
  • 1cup frumenty in 3cups-4 of water. leade to boil .add salt pepper .when it is you can even add the frumenty in a pot where chcicken bits are. — “TRAHANAS- frumenty(altavista translation) | FoodWise | Jamie”,
  • frumenty. fru·men·ty [ fr məntee ] or fur·mi·ty [ fúrmətee ] noun. Definition: wheat dish: a dish made from wheat cooked in water to a thick consistency with added flavoring [14th century. < Old French frumentee, fourmentee< frument, fourment "grain" < Latin frumentum]. — “frumenty definition - Dictionary - MSN Encarta”,
  • Frumenty was a staple food for thousands of years. The earliest versions were probably made by early farming communities with dried grains. Frumenty was still being commonly referred to in Victorian books, although it had fallen out of favour as a dish by then. — “Frumenty recipe - Cookit!”, cookit.e2
  • Frumenty definition, a dish of hulled wheat boiled in milk and seasoned with sugar, cinnamon, and raisins. See more. — “Frumenty | Define Frumenty at ”,
  • Frumenty was served with meat as a pottage, traditionally with venison or occasionally porpoise (considered a "fish" and therefore appropriate for Lent[1]). It was also frequently used as a subtlety. For several centuries, frumenty was part of the traditional Celtic Christmas meal. — “Frumenty - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Frumenty (sometimes frumentee, furmity, fromity, or fermenty) was a popular dish in Western European medieval cuisine. It was made primarily from boiled, cracked wheat. Different recipes added milk, eggs or broth. Other recipes include almonds. — “Frumenty”,
  • Venison with Frumenty(British) Put the meat in a large saucepan and cover with hot stock made from the bones of the deer or with hot salted water, use 1 level teaspoon salt to 500 ml (2 pints) water. Remember to, boil quickly, to seal the meat. Now, skim, and add the vegetables. — “Venison with Frumenty(British)”,
  • Frumenty is a type of wheat porridge that was popular from the medieval era to the middle of the 19th century. The basic recipe for frumenty varied little throughout history. — “What Is Frumenty?”,


  • bare foot frumenty play I felt like playing with some frumenty, it was a bit cold but great -***-