Renaissance Baking Supplies

People in Costume Attending a Medieval BanquetMedieval Banquet Reenactment with Typical Foods
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Make authentic Renaissance desserts and recreate the era itself by hosting your own memorable banquet or theme party. Whether it's hard-to-find Renaissance baking supplies or Medieval cooking ingredients and decorations, you can easily find whatever you need online by checking pricing and availability at Amazon.com.


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Renaissance Baking Supplies

Gum Arabic, a.k.a. Acacia Gum
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Bottle of Rose Water FlavoringRose Water

The historical ingredients called for in Renaissance baking are Gum Arabic, Gum Tragacanth (Gum Dragon), Gum Paste, Rose Water, and Colored Sugar Crystals. These products can occasionally be found in shops that specialize in cake decorating and cookery.

Edible silver leaf and 23kt edible Gold Leaf or Gold Flakes are used in gilding authentic Renaissance and Medieval-style sweetmeats for special occasions.

The thin metal sheets tend to be flavorless as they are meant to be decorative. They are also very fragile and somewhat fiddly to apply.

Gold and silver sheets MUST be labelled "edible" for safe use on foods.

Most Renaissance baking supplies are rarely found in local stores, but they are readily available online. See pricing and availability at Amazon.com.

Renaissance-Style Molds and Cutters

Metal Cookie CuttersRenaissance Style Cookie Cutters
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You can find a good assortment of cookie cutters and candy molds in classic Renaissance-style shapes at local department stores or cake decorating shops.

Cookie cutters are perfect for preparing marchpane (marzipan), sugar paste, leach, gingerbread, marmalet (marmalade), and other sweetmeats for presentation.

Popular shapes for sweetmeats in the Medieval and Renaissance Eras were the heart, diamond, club, spade, crescent moon, walnut, acorn, egg, and various fruit shapes.

The cut or molded sweetmeats were often colored with natural food dyes or decorated with colored sugars. They were sometimes gilded with edible 23KT gold or edible silver leaf for serving on royal occasions.

Renaissance Party Supplies

Few of us can boast of having a Renaissance banquet hall, but party decorations and historical costumes can help to lend ambience to your home dining room for the occasion. For example, a colorful pennant banner and a large Medieval-like tablecloth will display your Renaissance desserts and sweetmeats perfectly.




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