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Cooking With The Bard: We Suss Out Shakespeare's Forgotten Foods : The Salt : NPR

Ivan Day, a British food historian known for his detailed recreations of meals of bygone eras, shows how it's done . But the painstaking preparation of coating spices with layers and layers of sugar means they were usually left to the professional comfit maker. And then there are those foods that cover a whole host of dishes and yet nothing in particular: kickshaws and cates. In The Taming of the Shrew, Petruchio insists on shortening Katherine's name, despite her resistance to the diminutive. In their running battle of wits, his pun on "household cates" turns Kate into a dainty dish ready to be devoured. "Cates" could be just about any food, but the term was usually reserved for the choicest morsels in the larder. Same with kickshaws, like those that Shallow orders up in Henry IV, Part II: "a couple of short-legged hens, a joint of mutton, and any pretty little tiny kickshaws." It's an adulteration of the French quelquechose and a commodious cornucopia of a word covering a host of savory appetizers. For homemade kickshaws, Gervase Markham's The English Housewife (printed one year before Shakespeare's death in 1616) instructs the cook to mix eggs, cream, currants, cinnamon, cloves, spinach, endive, marigold flowers and pigs' pettitoes [feet].

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