[Sca-cooks] Tudor Recipe help

Johnna Holloway johnnae at mac.com
Wed Jun 10 20:38:02 PDT 2009

Kiri suggested Goya's orange marinade but an even better
choice would be Goya's bottled Bitter Orange.
Water, Orange Juice Concentrate, Citric Acid, Orange Essence, Seville 
Orange Oil, Grapefruit Extract, Preservatives: 1/20th of 1% Potassium 
Sorbate, 1/20th of 1% Sodium Benzoate & 1/20 of 1% Potassium 
Metabisulfite, E.D.T.A.

How much are you making?
Barberries can be purchased online, but they cost $$$.
talks about how tart they are. The comments suggest "you should be able 
to find them fairly easily at persian groceries. ask for "zereshk"."


Elaine Koogler wrote:
> I think it's Goya that makes an orange
> marinade with Seville Oranges.  I used it once in a recipe calling for
> oranges, and it seemed to work well.  Be aware, however, that it does have
> other ingredients.  You might do a test cook with it and see if it works!
> Kiri
> On Wed, Jun 10, 2009 at 7:24 PM, Patricia Collum <pjc2 at cox.net> wrote:
>> Tonight I'm playing with a recipe for a Tudor feast we are doing in July.
>> The recipe is for a sauce for turkey or capon and the ingrediants are
>> basically onion, claret wine, a little breadcrumbs, the juice of an orange
>> and some lemon peel. snipped
>> In discussing some of the other recipes that we are looking at, we have
>> been trying to find what we can use for barberries. snipped
>> Cecily

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