HERB - Re: Marigolds and Gillyflowers
Carol / Isrith
nordmarc at ix.netcom.com
Wed Apr 4 08:41:46 PDT 2001
About the clove gilofre . . . that's interesting, thanks for the info. Period medicine is my
main interest, I never really got into period cooking. Were pinks used in cooking? I've seen
a cordial recipe that includes them, but as I don't tread the "cooks path" too often I've
not seen them in food recipes. Just curious.
Jenne Heise wrote:
> Note that clove gillyflowers were only introduced to England in the late 1300's or early
> 1400's. Earlier references to clove gilofre is apparently to clove buds. (What you learn
> on the cooks list!) Sometimes you can tell which is meant from the recipe.
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