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Daryoles - darioles, which were meat tarts.
Defaut; Defaute; Defawte - default.
Departe - serve in conjunction with.
Departyd - to be served in conjunction with.
Dewte on þe eggys - moiston the edges, to moiston and press edges
together to seal them.
Diuerse - divers; various.
Do - add ("do ther-to"); place, put, set ("do it on a potte," etc.).
Dore hem sum - glaze some of them.
Dorre; Dorroy; Dorry - corruption of French du roi: the king's.
Doucet; Dowcet - sweetish.
Doucettes - little sweets.
Dowcettys - little sweets.
Draw - to temper, blend, etc.
Drawe - menas to both eviscerate and to "draw" through a strainer.
Dresse - to take to the table.
Dressyste - serve; "whan þou dressyste" means "when you serve
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Dubbatte - corruption of the French jus batarde, juice flavored
with bastard, a sweet Spanish wine.
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