Stuffed with crab "is a Farse Crab"
Whose tastes are more refined - ours or our forefathers? Any arguments about this are subjective. Helps folk wisdom: "tastes". I am familiar with an American family headed by a woman, recently turned 95 years old. Search meals in the contest "a Journey through old recipes" led me to her. Her name is Dorothy, though she loves when her name is Dottie. Her parents are originally from England, but had business in America, where he subsequently settled. With him from London, they brought the housekeeper, not the first generation that had a diploma /it turns out these were given in the middle ages/. After it they changed many others, but all enjoyed her recipes and books. One of the recipes "is a Farse crab" - Robert may - the Accomplisht Cook (London:1660 ), was the hallmark of romantic dinners in the dynasty Dottie. It is believed that this dish brought happiness to her mother, she, her son, and now grandchildren. When I told her about the contest, she got excited and showed me these old books, and even a diploma the same housekeeper. The recipe for this exquisite, with three stories and three times was adapted, but I cooked it on the original recipe, and in parallel, replacing modern products. So let's start our journey in the year 1660...