The obscure word of the week is frumenty

This week’s obscure English word is frumenty. It’s the name of an eighteenth century pudding made mostly of wheat boiled in milk, sweetened with sugar, often with raisins, thickened with egg yolk and topped with a spice such as nutmeg or cinnamon. The word is derived from Middle English, French and then Latin, meaning ‘corn’.  … More The obscure word of the week is frumenty