But the ingredients for the Onion Pie didn't sound much different than ones used in an omelet—heavy on the cooked onions—and cooked in a pie crust.
Turtulong isn't far removed from a bagel.
Raspberry wine is mentioned in a 17th century cookbook.
In the early 1800's, the poet Keats spoke of his enjoyment of roast beef sandwiches.
Tripe can have a texture similar to boiled noodles, and is edible. Hardtack reminded me of a graham cracker so hard it couldn't be chewed, but had to dissolve.
It's all a matter of taste, and I've tasted hardtack. I wouldn't mind having it again, even though I've heard mice won't eat it.