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Poster: Tom Rettie <email@example.com>
On Tue, 17 Nov 1998, hank harwell wrote:
> In reading through a translation of "The Rule of Tallaght", an early
> Irish monastic rule, I ran across a dish called "flummery." I have no
> idea what it is, but all my research indicates that flummery is a sweet,
> like pudding or custard made from fruitor berries. However, the
> translation indicates that it was made of bread and not "dry eggs", with
> a poultry or meat base.
> Any leads on what this is would be greatly appreciated!
Well, my modern dictionary says:
"...Originally, a soft jelly made by straining boiled, slightly fermented
oatmeal or flour."
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