Panado’s

Method

Boil fair water in a skillet, put to it grated bread or cakes, good store of currans, mace and whole cinamon: being almost boil’d and indifferent thick, put in some sack or white wine, sugar, some strained yolks of eggs.

Otherways with slic’t bread, water, currans, and mace, and being well boil’d, put to it some sugar, white-wine, and butter.