rysel

rysel, m.n: fat. (“ruh-sell”)

meat

Found on a Goodreads discussion page for books about medieval cuisine, which links to a Medievalist.net post on Beef and Pork in the Middle Ages. Identified by Mwnciod as chickens being roasted on a spit in the Romance of Alexander. Bruges, 1338-1344. The Bodleian Library, Oxford, MS 264 fol. 170v.

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