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Me puede decir alguien qe es "blandesory"?

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me puede decir alguien qe es "blandesory"? por el contexto, e un plto de la edad media,pero no encuentro su traducción exacta al español. gracias

"blandesory" se refiere a un plato dela edad media de la alta sociedad. me podriais decir cual es su traduccion exacta?

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updated DIC 15, 2009
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posted by lore89

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En efecto “blandesory” es una comida servida alrededor del siglo XII por gente en buena posición.

Lo que sigue es un extracto de un libro biográfico del Rey Ingles Enrique V (1386 – 31 Agosto 1422) reinó del 1413 hasta su muerte.

THE REIGN OF HENRY THE FIFTH

BY

JAMES HAMILTON WYLIE, M.A., D.Lrrr. LATE H.M. DIVISIONAL INSPECTOR OF SCHOOLS FORD'S LECTURER IN THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD, 1899

The Feast

Which with its multitude of messes(0), would have very severely tried the capacity of a modern stomach, in which respect even in those days Englishmen held a lead which was the admiration of all countries and nations of the world. And when we know as we do the recipes for producing some of these culinary marvels and find among them such concoctions as a white-meat or blandesory(1) made of hen-brawn(2) ground with rice and milk of almonds or flampets of fat pork and figs boiled in small ale with cheese fried in clean grease and then baked in a coffin of paste and coloured with the yolk of eggs we get a curious peep into some of the possibilities of the mediaeval digestion.

(0). Comidas (1). Similar a los “aspic” o “headcheese” (2). Carne oscura de pollo or cerdo, cortada greuesa "Brawn" era el termino Medieval referente a la carne oscura, peasda heavy y algo grasosa de aves o javalí.

updated DIC 15, 2009
posted by alferraro
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