[Sca-cooks] Frog's eggs?
t.d.decker at worldnet.att.net
Fri Aug 22 04:38:12 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?
> Stefan the perplexed
There is a recipe for frumenty that uses wheat berries cooked in milk or
cream. The result is a slightly gelatinous mass that resembles frogs eggs,
which gives them the nick-name. frogs eggs.
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