Medieval Cooking with Children: Armored Turnips

Join us in this installment of Medieval Cooking with Kids as I, The Turnip of Terror, and my Little Turnip assistant make a medieval recipe for armored turnips.

This recipe comes from a 15th century cook and home ec. book called De Honesta Voluptate, however the interpretation used here is derived from the work of Reenactment Rik. Similar to potato au gratin this dish is a comforting, warm, and savory treat. Check out Rik’s more technically inclined video over on his channel, Historic Echoes.

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