Ep.59 – Perpetual Stew
Medieval inns and taverns would often serve the same singular meal thats been simmering for years
Also called ‘hunter’s stew’ or ‘hunter’s pot’, the perpetual stew was both novel yet extremely simplistic: take what you’ve got in your kitchen and chuck it into a pot and simmer, replenishing the liquid when necessary. In some cases, these stews would cook for HUNDREDS of years.
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