Bake metes.*. [Part IV. of Liber Cure Cocorum, p. 38-42, is 'of bakun mete.' On Dishes and Courses generally, see Randle Holme, Bk. III. Chap. III. p. 77-86.]
* The last recipe in The Forme of Cury, p. 89, is one for Payn Puff, but as it refers to the preceding receipt, that is given first here.
THE PETY PERUAUNT.
Take male Marow. hole parade, and kerue it rawe; powdour of Gyngur, yolkis of Ayrene, datis mynced, raisons of corance, salt a lytel, & loke þat þou make þy past with ȝolkes of Ayren, & þat no water come þerto; and fourme þy coffyn, and make up þy past.
Eodem modo fait payn puff. but make it more tendre þe past, and loke þe past be rounde of þe payn puf as a coffyn & a pye.
Randle Holme treats of Puffe, Puffs, and Pains, p. 84, col. 1, 2, but does not mention Payn Puff. 'Payn puffe, and pety-pettys, and cuspis and doucettis,' are mentioned among the last dishes of a service on Flessh-Day (H. Ord., p. 450), but no recipe for either is given in the book.pare þe botom nyȝe þe stuff, take hede,