--- "Ferzoco, G.P." <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > >
> indeed: what was the
> medieval equivalent of the chilli pepper?
'Poudre fort', of course! As used in all the best hot
mediaeval recipes. See Maggie Black's 'A Medieval
Cookbook' for further details. Oh, and buy an apron;
some of the recipes seemed a little expansive when
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