600-year-old Medieval Donut Recipe | Ann Reardon How To Cook That

I presenteth to thee a 600-year-old medieval scroll from which I shall venture to baketh three sweet treats.
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Hi I am Ann Reardon, How to Cook That is my youtube channel and it's filled with crazy sweet creations made just for you. In this episode, I am attempting to make 3 recipes from the Forme de Cury a medieval scroll from 600 years ago. These are the first recipes to be written down in English. Watch as Dave and the boys attempt to read the olde worlde English recipe and taste the donuts. Join me for creative cakes, chocolate \u0026 desserts, new video every Friday.

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  • This was hilarious... and now I need to go get some almonds and play.... also, I just gotta say, Dave's voice matches what I think old English probably sounded like.

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      Not in kanas anymoreNot in kanas anymore6 күн мурун
    • I couldn't contain my laughter.. may all thee days be filled with laughter.. 🤭

      Wishes knight AlenWishes knight AlenАй мурун
    • @Felicia Nordström Old English was more than 1100 years ago

      Jayden KK NgJayden KK Ng2 ай мурун
    • @Jayden KK Ng Im pretty sure that when they said old English they didn't mean old english as in which era?? or whatever to call it but just old/older english

      Felicia NordströmFelicia Nordström2 ай мурун
    • If Middle English people were Australian...

      psammiadpsammiad4 ай мурун
  • Actually this could be a page of my recipe-book. I seldom write down measurements, as you know, I know how much to put in (my husband hates it as he is a gramm by gramm cook/baker following recipes veeery strict) xD The Almond-Rice recipe sounds and looks great. Have to try it out :D

    EveChan1804EveChan180411 саат мурун
  • The reading here is amazing, to see something unintelligible become donut balls!

    Melinda BlumMelinda BlumКүн мурун
  • ſ is a medieval long s

    Tomdebom1Tomdebom13 күн мурун
  • Pastry coffins aren't supposed to be long and rectangular, you actually made it correctly as coffin historically referred to a pastry container of sorts to cook things in in an oven and then you throw the coffin away; like a disposable pot! It's only in recent times that they started eating crusts as mainstream (I'm assuming the lower class grew to have easier access to cheaper seasonings and cookware); watch Tasting History!

    LevyniteLevynite3 күн мурун
  • It's amazing how much language can change in so little time

    Hannan KrugerHannan Kruger5 күн мурун
  • Ann: hang on a sec...so how much of this do I put in? 600 yr old recipe: I dunno _you_ guess, you're the food scientist

    KlarixaunKlarixaun5 күн мурун
  • The compost recipe seems to be sort of a mincemeat mixture that’s chopped and cooked and put in a jar for use in pies. A compote?

    Faber FaberFaber Faber5 күн мурун
  • 1:23 CoLdY

    cutsieberriicutsieberrii6 күн мурун
  • For the second recipe, I think it's pretty close to the Dutch "spijs" (The English & Dutch have a lot of shared culture and specific cuisine): www.weekendbakery.com/posts/zelf-amandelspijs-maken-2/ Also I'm pretty sure some of the text on screen isn't correct. There is a difference between a "t" and "f" in that script. It's subtle> Milk Of Almonds? Like the 'fafron' which is obviously meant to be saffron/saphron

    Oliver WOliver W6 күн мурун
  • That's the vinegar/sugar trick they use in Sushi! That's why it was moldable! Probably need to dust it with cinnamon and extra sugar to have a good dish (that's for the 1st recipe)

    Oliver WOliver W6 күн мурун
  • Dave is sure having fun reading the medieval scroll xD

    Cynic IdekCynic Idek8 күн мурун
  • it was funny seeing them pronounce the long s like an f

    ouroboreasouroboreas8 күн мурун
  • Now i understand why donut is a donut.. because the nut is like a dough texture but it’s a nut so donut... DONUT

    Eight JeagerEight Jeager9 күн мурун
  • Do you mean a ... SWEETROLL

    GodGod10 күн мурун
  • Fafron Or... Saffron?

    SkwshieSkwshie10 күн мурун
  • Is this cookbook The Forme of Cury? If so, I have that too!!

    Erin MooreErin Moore12 күн мурун
  • Probably milk depending on water quality in creme almond.

    Courtney CrinerCourtney Criner13 күн мурун
  • Those f's are actually long s's which is a long gone letter.

    Game_OverGame_Over14 күн мурун
  • Me, whose native language is not English: *Is having a stroke*

    SevenSeven14 күн мурун
  • 4:04 i think it says wash the rice on almond milk

    RenIzBlissRenIzBliss15 күн мурун
  • I have a a copy of Escsoffier the legendary cook..... and there are no instructions or photos either.

    Randy LeiferRandy Leifer15 күн мурун
  • fefron.... = safron. the red spice.

    Randy LeiferRandy Leifer15 күн мурун
  • That was so fun to watch this video, it's so well done, huge thumbs up. I really hope you will make more videos like this 🤩😍

    Kristina LebedekaKristina Lebedeka16 күн мурун
  • I never knew a cooking video could be this hilarious 6:00 😂😂

    Rimsha ZahidRimsha Zahid16 күн мурун
  • Waiting for a collab with Max Miller

    Carrie SeymourCarrie Seymour17 күн мурун
  • Its sounds like Scottish to me , I have no idea why ahah 😄😆😅 I love learning g about old recipes, ans love your videos ❤

    sarah duncansarah duncan17 күн мурун
  • Is the younger brother allergic to almond, and maybe that's why he didn't eat any of the recipes until the last one

    throwaway feverkyliethrowaway feverkylie18 күн мурун
  • I've figured out the words of the recipe but I can't figure out the meanings

    Pahan JayasooriyaPahan Jayasooriya18 күн мурун
  • You can definitely tell that the boys are your kids 😂

    SeverinsenSeverinsen18 күн мурун
  • *master chef medieval edition*

    ExophosismExophosism18 күн мурун
  • ‘god mylk’ probably means ‘good amount’

    MemmaMemma18 күн мурун
  • the medieval recipes sound like if you google translated the living daylight out of a recipe

    Emma BeatriceEmma Beatrice18 күн мурун
  • As a medievist with now somewhat developed skills in paloegraphy, seeing your family's attempts at reading that was adorable! And your own intuitions in translating these bits were very good. After all it's still english isn't it? :P Keep up the good work, these are lovely videos. (PS: if you look closely, long S are actually drawn differently than F (they have a much shorter middle bar, or not at all))

    EolEol19 күн мурун
  • The first dish looks quite alot like almond mass(?) (mandelmassa in swedish), we use it alot in baking here in sweden and it is used to make marsipan.

    Martin EvaldsdottraMartin Evaldsdottra19 күн мурун
  • Can we take a moment and appreciate that they had “thicc” in Middle English? It was just spelled “thykke.” I vote we make this spelling mainstream.

    Heather FogartyHeather Fogarty20 күн мурун
  • it really is good that the long s fell out of use 😭😭 so confusing (sorry, fo confufing)

    corduroy like the bearcorduroy like the bear20 күн мурун
  • "t h y k k e" "f u g"

    Katiova KouadouKatiova Kouadou20 күн мурун
  • That was fantastic.

    earhornjonesearhornjones21 күн мурун
  • In the almond recipe I think you could have used milk maybe? That's just a suggestion that I think would be better then water :)

  • Almost makes more sense if you pretend to have a London accent. If this is how they use to spell it makes much more sense why American English can sound so different.

    Rayelle JRayelle J21 күн мурун
  • You should link up with Tasting History with Max Miller, he does this kind of stuff every Tuesday.

    TappychefTappychef21 күн мурун
  • No child likes figs. Most definitely an acquired taste.

    Go NavyGo Navy22 күн мурун
  • The first recipe looked sort of like marzipan

    Jacque SmithJacque Smith22 күн мурун
  • Every time I see all the boys and Dave in a video I'm always amazed by how different the boys look but how similar they look and how much they resemble one parent or the other.

    Delicate DisasterDelicate Disaster22 күн мурун
  • Safran is so expensive tho oh my god

    that's sadthat's sad22 күн мурун
  • Omg I love pear and fig tarts, Trader Joe’s used to sell one that was awesome. I have an air fryer and make fruit crumbles frequently, don’t have buy them anymore .

    Jennifer KJennifer K23 күн мурун
  • lets be honest, this is written in the pre-release alpha version of English

    Ron LawsRon Laws23 күн мурун
  • commercials in these videos are just becoming ridiculous

    jeffd1986jeffd198623 күн мурун
  • Hey I decoded the recipe in the scroll. It says D̸̨͉͕̫͓͇̄̔̍̒̌̏̈́͐͜͠ȍ̷̡̨̠͔͓͖̺͙̟̃̐̀̅̈́̋̒͜͝ͅ ̵̛̥̫̲̻̞͍̫̭̽̌̀̽̊͆̑́̑͝ṱ̸̳̖̦̝̃͌́̇́́́̆͊̐̂ȟ̶̜̙̪͇ę̶̛̝̞̭̓̃͆̀͌̈́́͂ ̶̡̹͕̿̂̊̕ṱ̵̬̜̩̱̺̬̥̮͗̐̒ḩ̷̺̖̮̻̘̠̣̗͙̖̪̓̾̋͗̎̿͆͊i̷̛̺͆́̿̓̀̚ṉ̸̨̻̤̱͎̳͕̣̭́̆͛͛͜g̴̨̗͖̻̞̰͕̚͜ ̴͇͚̆͒̆̈̆͑͑ͅw̷̧̧͎̘̫̬̻̟̟͙͌̅̀͛̓̋̀i̷̛̫͚̬̤̫̞̿͊͑̽̋̀̏̕t̵̩̩̍͑́̋͝ḩ̵̰̖̦̹̜̰͉̍̅͝ͅ ̶̲̬̖͈͓̿̌͌͆̽́͝t̵̠͈̙̰̞̟̞͓̰͉̃̏̎̊̉̈́̋͌̓̈́̕ͅḧ̴̪͕̼̫͋̓̈́̈́͌̀͝ͅḛ̷̣͂̓̂̒̀̽̑͗̇̿̃͠ ̶̡̹͚̼̭̗̗̓̈́̀̑̾͋̊̏s̶̛͇͑̽͌͊́ͅt̵̛̯̝̜̫̮̖̙́͐̇̐͆̒̇̀̔ü̵̪͚̫͚̗̩̪͎̽̑̈̒̽͛̕͘f̶̨̡̲̬̘̻́̂̀͐f̸̫̻̤͖͔̘̱͈͈̣͎͊͒͜ ̸͖̑̓͋̎̉̔̉̂̚ã̷̡̛̗͇̣̪͔n̷̡̢͈͓̼͙̼̱̾̅̅͐͆̿͊d̷͔̣͍̱̼͖̥͎̔̓̾̍͆̇͜ ̶͍͔͕͓͎̬̗̫͍̳̗̀̾̈͛͗͒̑͘͠ā̶̡̜̗̲͈͇̥̭̈́͂̋̒̍̑̚̕͜͝d̶̛̟͔̫͎̒͂̓͌̄̃̈́̓̇͠ḏ̵̹͎͓̱̓̓̄̄ ̷̛̬̲̥͈̜͍͙̹̬̩̓͗̀͋͗͂̎̋̐͠f̵̨͍͉͕̍̆͌̆̌͒i̷̡̩͎̩͎̫̲̹̭͑̈́͐̍̾ͅg̶̨̠̹̮̭͎̙̻̪̟̤̘̈́̍̃̌̚s̷̬̣̓̔̌͆͝ ̵̢̛͎̹̺̞̗̘͙̤͖͇͈͗̑̎̾̈̊̔̓̑́ǫ̸̩̭̮̝̫̼̭͙̓̈́͋̋̑͝͝r̶̢̼̙̭͓͛̆̃̀ ̷̡̢̗͈͈̠̿̇̀̑̐͑̄̽̈́̔͘͠w̸̙͓̫͝ḧ̸͍̱̟̹̞̙̹̤̦̣͎̩̊̏̆̓͘̚ȧ̷̦͎͚̻̩̬̲̥̼̟̜́́͒̆̽͛͌̕͘t̶̛̝͇͍̞̰͖̬̥̯́͐̑̊̅̅e̸͎̮̳̟̤͈͔̼̐̈́̑v̴̖͛̆̍̂̆̓̑̍͗͛̑̍ḛ̴̖̟̖̀͗͑̈̕r̶̗͕͕̰͐̈́̾̋̚ͅ ̶̛̼̻̳̄̽̽́̀̌̔͋̚̚Į̴̡̡͎̭͚͂̀̅̾̌̍̐͊͛̐͝ ̵̮͓̘̗͉̺̰͍̫̱͆̀͝͝d̵͈́ų̷̲̩̭͍̣͖͓̓͆͋̾̔͠ṅ̵̡̯̥͉͐̒̑̎̊̀́̉͝͠͝ņ̷̢̛̫͇͓̖̥͙͙͍̜͈̿͗͠ő̶̲͖͚͈̠̽̃͊̋́̏͑͘

    BoringLoginNameBoringLoginName23 күн мурун
  • I wonder why i understand the whole recipe 🤔

    luqs 21luqs 2123 күн мурун
  • Also Jeffery Epstein didn't kill himself

    Luke SalazarLuke Salazar23 күн мурун
  • The tiresome viola arguably blot because crow nearly remind upon a tall bonsai. billowy, pleasant supply

    Hugh TranHugh Tran24 күн мурун
  • You need an English Lit major to help you read this scroll. lol

    Nicole LavigneNicole Lavigne24 күн мурун
  • And let thyt boil until yt be T H I C C

    ꧁ Akane Draws ꧂꧁ Akane Draws ꧂25 күн мурун
  • the way the recipes has no details but its telling you how to split the mixture detailed

    Rose the BunnyRose the Bunny27 күн мурун
  • The eldest son looks like a the protagonist/main good guy actor in a Tim Burton film

    Jake HoltzJake Holtz28 күн мурун
  • Tartys in Applis was something my great grandmother made (instead of figs she used raisins ) she called "Scheitterhaufen Kuchen" stake cake she said it's something her great grandparents made she used mostly the same with the addition off honey and puff pastry

    Antimaus 2000Antimaus 200029 күн мурун
  • I think there is some misunderstanding regarding the "f" and "s" there. They are not the same, they are different. Old "s" had two versions of it, one of them being " ſ ", essentially an "f" without the horizontal cut or just "half cut", and is used in the middle and the beginning of words. So, many of the "f" in the letters there are not "f" at all, they are "s." But yeah, it hard to read nowadays, especially when letters are linked together. Just see how "caſt" joins the "ſt" together in the written text in the end. There is also the letter "thorn" (þ) which is a "the" nowadays, and some abbreviations where this letter (which looks like "y") has an "u" or an "o" or something else on its top. It's tricky to read without some study or proper consultation.

    Cássio AmorimCássio Amorim29 күн мурун
  • 1:24 is literally sims language

    it me, zkunit me, zkun29 күн мурун
  • *How most my school books I wrote sound:*

  • F's and S's look similar, but are actually written subtly differently. And the dashes over the letters also represent different things, like making a u into a double u, or that "sug" is an abbreviation for sugar, etc. 10:26 "Compost", lol! It's clearly a recipe for what today would be called "Compote", but it says "compost". :-)

    Lennart RegebroLennart RegebroАй мурун
  • I can read that print. Our church uses it in our song book. If youd like to send me pictures i could probably translate them. The s and f look very similar but the f has alittle bit of a longer line in the front.

    Lisa LLisa LАй мурун
  • This would be a perfect collaboration with the Tasting History channel :)

    Külli KelderKülli KelderАй мурун
  • Here's an explaination about the S and the F: in script, the letter f and the letter ſ [medial S] are pretty similar. ſ is an archaic form of the lower case letter s. It replaced the single 's', or one or both of the letters 's' in a 'double s' sequence example: "ſinfulneſs" for "sinfulness"

    Elle RmgElle RmgАй мурун
  • Hum... very interesting... 😉

    Rossana CarboniRossana CarboniАй мурун
  • _Bedight hem with fufar yn a difsh and _*_serve it forth_*

    Vladimir K.Vladimir K.Ай мурун
  • This video makes me feel like I bake these hahahaha thank you for getting your guys to read them out

    martyna gradzkamartyna gradzkaАй мурун
  • For the challenge recipe: Compost: Take rote of parsel. pasternak of rasenns. scrape hem waisthe hem clene. take rapes & caboches ypared and icorne. take an erthen panne with clene water & set it on the fire. cast all þise þerinne. whan þey buth boiled cast þerto peeres & parboile hem wel. take þise thynges up & lat it kele on a fair cloth, do þerto salt whan it is colde in a vessel take vineger & powdour & safroun & do þerto. & lat alle þise thinges lye þerin al nyzt oþer al day, take wyne greke and hony clarified togider lumbarde mustard & raisouns corance al hool. & grynde powdour of canel powdour douce. & aneys hole. & fenell seed. take alle þise thynges & cast togyder in a pot of erthe. and take þerof whan þou wilt & serue forth. My best guess: Take parsnip roots, a parcel of raisins, and cut them and wash them clean. Take grapes and cabbage(?) thinly sliced and (???). Take a clay pan with clean water and set it on the fire. Put all these (ingredients) in. When they both boil, cut them up and parboil them well. Take these things out and let them cool on a white cloth, salt once cooled and add mixture with vinegar, powder (?) and saffron into a pot. Let it all rest overnight and into the next day, then add honeyed wine, mustard (?), currants ground into a powder, and whole anise and fennel seed. Combine everything into a pot of earth, take what you want and serve it forth. It doesn't sound like something quite to my pallet, but so be it

    Kaiah AuroraKaiah AuroraАй мурун
  • I just realized, is it like Fried Marzipan?

    Mae Anne NgoMae Anne NgoАй мурун
  • How come they don't know it is in middle English

    Private NetterPrivate NetterАй мурун
  • Your poor family haha! You torture them with crazy food and make them read this crazy stuff! This was hilarious.

    C FC FАй мурун
  • Where exactly did you get a 600 year old scroll??

    Megan GarciaMegan GarciaАй мурун
  • They were writting the same way I write when am extreemly tired and dave and the boys are my friends and anne is the only friend that understands me

    Ikram IkoIkram IkoАй мурун
  • I don't know but the first recipe is probably one of our sweet's recipe in bangladesh. We use peanuts instead of almonds and also use some coconuts. Then we fry the lumps and after that we shape them, cut them or just eat them and it so tasty.

    dina tabassumdina tabassumАй мурун
  • The way Dave read the words was hilarious!! I was actually able to tell some of the words better bc of how he said them. Well done everyone!! Loved watching ur kiddos read the recipes too!! Anne ur amazing to create food out of a jibberish recipe with vague amounts of ingredients!

    Linsey C.Linsey C.Ай мурун
    • Glad you enjoyed it!

      How To Cook ThatHow To Cook ThatАй мурун
  • If anyone is intersted: I took some time to re-watch and translate the recipes into modern English for the rest of you :-) Recipe 1: Take almonds blanced, grind them and draw them up thick. Put them over the fire and boil them. Put them aside and spring [sprinkle] them with vinegar. Cast them aside and cast upon them sugar. When it is cold, gather it together and leave them in a dish. Recipe 2: Take good milk of almonds and rice and wash them well in fair vessel and fair hot water. (And after do them in a fair towel to dry) And when they be [are] dry, bray [beat] them well in a mortar all(?) to flour. And afterward, take two parts of and do the half in a pot and the other half in another pot and colour that on with the saffron and let the other be white and let it boil until it be [is] thick and do there a good part of sugar. And after dress it in the dishes and look that you have almonds boiled in water and in saffron and in wine. And after fry them and put them upon the fire [fethith mete - feethe it properly??] and throw upon them sugar that it be well coloured [seasoned?] and serve it forth. Recipe 3: Take good apples and spices and figs and raisins and pears and when they are well brayed [ground] coloured [seasoned] with saffron well and do it in a coffin and do it forth to bake well. Hope this helps! 💖

    RachaelRachaelАй мурун
  • I think you were supposed to wash the rice in almond milk?

    naturegeek33naturegeek33Ай мурун
  • This makes more sence then modern english spelling...

    DacaDacaАй мурун
  • I don't know if its because I'm english and northern but I'm understanding the old English quite well 😂😂 its pretty easy to intuit with the Fs and Ss and all the rest after a while

    Josh GlynnJosh GlynnАй мурун
  • Im just watching them reading it and yet it giving me headaches

    IchiroIchiroАй мурун
  • Just notice how healthy these recipes were .. its no wonder people those days were so fit 🥺

    Painting with AvipsaPainting with AvipsaАй мурун
  • why does old english spelling make more sense then how we spell words today?

    Darth SidiousDarth SidiousАй мурун
  • King Richard be looking like Melissa McCarthy at first sight

    JoeyJoeyАй мурун
  • I would bet what Anne interpreted as "rice" was actually suppose to be "Rhys". As in the grain they use in beer. I'm far from a historian of any kind, much less a culinary historian, but I feel like they wouldn't have had intimate knowledge of the existence of rice in 14th century western Europe. Wasn't rice only grown in Asia until like 1700s or something?

    General NicklesGeneral NicklesАй мурун
  • Teacher : the questions in the exam are not that confusing. The questions in the exam.......

    Kevin MedvedockyKevin MedvedockyАй мурун
  • So great. You gentlemen are very patient with your old recipes.

    Claudia TrammellClaudia TrammellАй мурун
  • A marzipan from medieval ages, awesome!

    danadanaАй мурун
  • Surely someone has transliterated this to more modern spellings. Or even fully translated it to modern Modern English.

    ZipplyZaneZipplyZaneАй мурун
  • Flashbacks to English lit class hahaha. We don't learn just cooking here. Oh no. :)

    cath paathcath paathАй мурун
  • Ok so apparently I cook like a medieval cook, no measurements. Someone that isn’t me wanna replicate this recipe? HA, no.

    TheeCKTheeCKАй мурун
  • This was very interesting!!!

    SaeshmeaSaeshmeaАй мурун
  • There is a lot of almonds and nutmeg.

    AmaraAmaraАй мурун
  • T H Y K K E

    Curry BreadCurry BreadАй мурун
  • As the old German also had the "s" that looks like an "f" (although there is also a normal "s"), and with knowledge of that old German letters it is easier to read.

    PowerControlPowerControlАй мурун
  • James Townsends has an episode on coffins if I recall. Essentially, it refers to a really tough and hard pie crust which you wouldn't neccessarily want to eat, it's more as a kind of oven dish or even a box to transport the filling in.

    Darthplagueis13Darthplagueis13Ай мурун
  • I can see now why dutch comes from english. Some words are similar or almost similar.

    Fiona VanilleFiona VanilleАй мурун
  • No wonder people couldn’t read sheeeessss

    Celina FallCelina FallАй мурун
  • I am going medieval on your donuts

    alexalexАй мурун
  • I dont think it's in old english, old english is anglo saxon. It is rather middle english.

    ArcherArcherАй мурун