With the help of my Renaissance cookbook, you can make
authentic Renaissance Era desserts such as cakes, puddings, pies,
tarts, sweetmeats, preserves, and lots more!
You'll love being able to make all the popular Renaissance and Medieval desserts you've read about, such as comfits, lozenges, quiddony, Spanish candy, pastes, leaches, pastes, and the famous royal marchpane or marzipan.
Imagine having access to rare, hard-to-find recipes for over 450 Renaissance-style confections and desserts, some unchanged from the Medieval Era. They are all here for you to enjoy.
You can make these authentic desserts yourself using the same all-natural ingredients and original recipes that the Renaissance chefs used. Some of these dishes would have been very expensive to make in their day, because of their costly ingredients and long preparation times.
However, the good news is these desserts are insanely easy to make with our modern appliances, and with today's affordable ingredients they turn out absolutely delicious!
And, you don't need any expensive equipment. The recipe instructions reveal how to make sugar pastes, lozenges, fruit pastes, pastille drops, spun sugar, and many other delicious treats using only the basic appliances, pots, and utensils you are likely to have in your very own kitchen.
I'm a dessert lover who has grown up with a love for history and a curiosity about how the candies and desserts of the Renaissance and Medieval times actually tasted.
I've done the hard work for you by searching out authentic dessert dishes that can be easily duplicated in the home kitchen and by compiling them into a handy Ebook.
Thanks to these original recipes, I can enjoy the taste of history anytime and now you can too.
My 239-page Renaissance cookbook features a collection of over 450 authentic Renaissance and Medieval dessert recipes appearing as they did in cookbooks published in the 1600s and 1800s, and all are indexed for easy reference.
Now, you can make the same confections that Queen Elizabeth I, Shakespeare, Cromwell, and King Charles I once enjoyed.
Just imagine treating your family and friends to these historical English sweetmeats. Perfect treats for serving at theme parties such as a Medieval wedding or an Elizabethan feast.
And, if you're a member of the Society for Creative Anachronism, you'll want to make these historical confections to serve or sell at your next fund-raising feast or Renaissance Fair.
They taste so good, everyone will be amazed when you say you made it all yourself.
Think of how proud you'll feel.
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Making your own Renaissance candy and desserts may sound difficult, at first, but my Renaissance cookbook was compiled with this in mind. It will give you the easy instructions and recipes you need to get started, but it's up to you to begin making the historic treats.
I bet you can hardly wait.
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