The Medieval Cookbook by Maggie Black
Hardcover x-lib edition has a mylar covered dust jacket with associated library stamps. See photos. Interior is bright and tight with 30 illustrations in color among a total of 143 pages with index. A selection of 80 mouth-watering recipes has been drawn from medieval manuscripts and adapted for the modern kitchen. The dishes reflect the food eaten at all levels of society, Fried Fig Pastries were a special treat in Lent. Also included is a chapter on medicinal herbs that produced cures for many everday troubles.