So, I had a go at this ... I kept the idea of 'crepe' in mind, and made a thinnish batter of gram flour and water, with just a splash of oil. (And some salt and oregano.)
Hot skillet, but not hot enough for the amount of batter I put in - so I got a little sticking. Little oil in the skillet, too.
I'm pretty happy with it, though.
I had a look at a few recipes - lots of variation in quantities of oil and some in water to flour ratio.
I've made fritters with chickpea flour but they were stupidly dry. Pancake is probably a better model ...
Have a link? Latin abbreviations are my jam;-)
As 'gram flour' chickpea flour shows up a lot in Indian cooking.
Peas in bread also show up in medieval horsebread. There's a whole article about it here - https://www.researchgate.net/publication/250977320_English_Horse-bread_15901800 - which I hope is publically available. And it cites a 14th century London ordinance to the bakers - no “horse-bread be made except of pure beans
and peas, without mixture of other grains or bran”
Nice pell ...
Nice process documentation here - https://sundries.alecstory.org/2019/05/14th-century-laurel-fillet.html #sca #medievalist
Poudre fort is, in many cases, not a far cry from five-spice powder - for some values of five spice, of course. It's also close-ish to quatre épices. My current down-and-dirty poudre fort (as outlined here - http://www.aspiringluddite.com/sca/0008.shtml) is black pepper, clove, and ginger. I've been using a pinch or two in my terrines lately. (Pork liver, capers, an egg or two, a little cream, and a pinch of poudre fort. Mmmm.)
I wonder if there's an article there?
Yep. You make your edits and request a merge. The authorizing parties approve it and *boom*. It offloads most of the writing work onto people who care, while allowing the web admins to review and approve changes instead of writing them.
It seems pretty nifty.
Fair enough then. If it was from Windows 8 it would clearly be an improvement ...
From what? That's an important question ...
I'm here all week ...
Used to establish the pecKing Order.
my dad is uninvited from the wedding lol
That sucks. I'm sorry to hear it.
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