Hippocras

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#Sangria #Cocktail #Bartender #Mixologist #FlairBartender #MichaelManalo #MichaelManaloVlog #PrivateParty “Sangria Cocktail” Sangria means bloodletting in Spanish and Portuguese. The term sangria used for the drink can be traced back to the 18th century. According to the SAGE Encyclopedia of Alcohol, sangria’s origins “cannot be pinpointed exactly, but early versions were popular in Spain, Greece, and England.”
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Vin Chaud is one of my favorite winter traditions here in Paris. Starting in November, Christmas markets (Marchés de Noel) pop up all over the city with vendors offering hand-made trinkets, local food specialities, hot chocolate, and of course, vin chaud. You curl your hands around your warm cup, sip, and wander through a wonderland
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#medievalcooking #eatmedieval #hippocras *This video is from my third day of the interactive online medieval cooking class called Eat Medieval (http://www.eatmedieval.com), an exciting collaboration between Durham University and the historic Blackfriars restaurant (http://www.Blackfriarsrestaurant.co.uk). This class mostly focused on sauces, particularly a collection of recently discovered sauces from the 12th century. These sauces are still the
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Newcastle Castle’s very own Mr Heron “Pitt” a.k.a. George Blair, our Outreach Officer, tells you a little bit about medieval spiced wine before showing you how to make it. The smell and taste is very similar to the mulled wine that many of you will be making this 2020 Christmas, so why not try a
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Today on Neat! we are making two classic recipes for mulled wine. Conditum Paradoxum 1 bottle dry white wine 2 bay leaves 1 tsp fennel seed 2 chopped dates 1 tsp crushed pepper corn 1 cup honey Instructions: Combine honey and 1/2 cup wine on stove until just under a boil. Add all spices and
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Support us on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/historicalitaliancooking Buy our new book “Ancient Roman Cooking” English https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08LHG6RR5?ref_=pe_3052080_276849420 Italiano https://www.amazon.it/dp/B08LHF72ZR?ref_=pe_3052080_276849420 Today we prepare two recipes for medieval mulled wine, called Ypocras and clareya, selected from the Catalan and Castilian versions of the cookbook written by Robert de Nola, lived between the 15th and the 16th century. Ingredients Hippocras: red
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It is believed that mulled wine originated in the 2nd century. Said to be a creation of the Greeks, their warm ‘spiced wine’ was called “hippocras,” named after the Father of Medicine himself, Hippocrates. This technique of heating wine with medicinal spices was then adopted by the Romans who would use the beverage to defend
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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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