Hippocras

Hypocras is a medieval, spiced wine that is different from wassail (which we may do closer to Christmas and Yule). There are so many recipes for Hypocras and so many different spellings of it. Spiced wine has been a thing since the Roman era, for sure. Hippocras/Ypocras/Hypocras/etc. came from a recipe for piment in the
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Thanks to Keeps for sponsoring this video! Head to http://keeps.com/HTME to get 50% off your first order of hair loss treatment. In this episode, we are going through the entire ancient process of making our very own wine from scratch! Let’s see how it turns out! Help us make more videos ► https://patreon.com/htme Instagram ►
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The second half of our Hippocras making series! Also the second video ever made! We had fun playing around with different styles and ideas for a test run for our upcoming videos. This was the straining and tasting of our Hippocras or medieval spiced wine, and it is delicious!! Again here is our recipe if
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Our very very first video ever! Iollan makes Hippocras, medieval spiced wine at home. Based on a recipe from The Forme of Cury, transcribed in To the King’s Taste, by Lorna J. Sass. This recipe is from the late 1400s for a spiced wine. Our recipe is: 1/2 gallon burgundy wine 1 cup dark brown
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A healing potion in The Iliad & The Odyssey, and a drink to commune with the Gods in secret Greek Mysteries, Kykeon has a fascinating history. But my questions is, how does it taste? Follow Tasting History here: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tastinghistorywithmaxmiller/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TastingHistory1 Reddit: r/TastingHistory Help Support the Channel with Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/tastinghistory Tasting History’s Amazon Wish
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Using spices that I’d never heard of, I recreate the Hippocras recipe from The Forme of Cury. Served hot or cold, this spiced wine is a treat year round. Follow Tasting History with Max Miller here: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tastinghistorywithmaxmiller/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TastingHistory1 Reddit: r/TastingHistory Help Support the Channel with Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/tastinghistory LINKS TO INGREDIENTS & TOOLS** Conical
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Video recipe about one of the techniques used at the Barcelona cooking school ‘Vakuum’ done by chef Martin Lippo. You’ll find more recipes and techniques in our channel and the Instagram @vakuum_by_martin_lippo . Because is not about the recipe, is the technique and the tips for achieve. Martin Lippo
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Decided to explain the basics of wine. This is not even half of it, wine is a complex and complicated thing but here’s our take on it. Taking the snobbery out of wine
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This is a non-alcoholic version of hippocras, made with grape juice. For the original recipe from 1660 and more information on the history of hippocras, please visit https://bakingdelightes.blogspot.com/2020/02/how-to-make-non-alcoholic-and-alcoholic.html ★Follow me! ★ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LynnaeaFairchild/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/lynnaeaf/ Baking Blog: http://bakingdelightes.blogspot.com/ #hippocras #Tudorhippocras
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The holiday season has passed, but there’s still comfort to be found with friends and family, tasty food and hot drinks! In this episode Randy shows you how to make delicious CREAMY cheesecake and JUICY meatloaf. Everybody LOVES meatloaf! To combat the Winter cold, Randy shares a favorite hot drink of her father’s, BULL SHOTS.
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Download June’s Journey for free here: https://pixly.go2cloud.org/SH1U4 Thanks to June’s Journey for sponsoring this video! My fabulous gift was from the ever amazing sweet potato, Bernadette Banner! Watch her Secret Santa video showing her making this gift: And keep an eye on Cathy Hay’s channel for her video opening the Hippocras! https://www.youtube.com/user/sapphorama All Participating channels:
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the history of food In this video we will examine the chronicle of the haute French cuisine that developed in the Palace of Versailles until the French Revolution in 1789 Until the beginning of the 16th century French cooking was unpretentious, basic and quite simple as in England These are the years in which the
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In today’s edition of Teasel’s Tudor Trivia, Claire and Teasel talk about what kinds of drinks the Tudors would have enjoyed over the Twelve Days of Christmas: syllabub, mulled wine, buttered beere, Lambswool and hippocras. You can find videos of Claire making these drinks in the Tudor Cooking with Claire playlist – https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLepqWJ7TpkrIgbue34EVDscILGEG3cViv You can
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