[Sca-cooks] Frog's eggs?

Stefan li Rous StefanliRous at austin.rr.com
Thu Aug 21 23:13:48 PDT 2008

I've made milk-and-wheat frumenty at a feast, but it's kind of a pain...
if you don't stir it constantly, it catches and burns.  But now, I'm
wondering if you can cook that in the oven...?  After all, it works with

Antonia di Benedetto Calvo

Frog's eggs?  I've done it a couple of times.  It's a pain to make, but
crock pots have worked well for me.


Huh? What do "Frog eggs" have to do with this? What do you mean by  
"it"? Frog's eggs or frumenty?

While I do have this file for those interested:
frogs-msg         (20K)  4/29/06    Medieval and period frog recipes.  
I don't remember any discussion or recipes for frog's eggs.

Perhaps frogs eggs will be the replacement for caviar as the Sturgeon  
goes extinct.

Stefan the perplexed
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