[Sca-cooks] Fw: Elizabethan chicken salad

Tom Vincent tomrvincent at yahoo.com
Mon Aug 14 10:37:09 PDT 2006

I think it's in: 
Eating Shakespeare
By Betty and Sonia Zyvatkauskas. As the back cover says, it "brings to life the delights and dramas of Elizabethan cookery by mixing original period recipes with their delicious modern equivalents."

It's a book of recipes drawn from books contemporary to Shakespeare, adapted to modern ingredients and techniques. 
Chicken salad with apples 
Fennel purée 
Spiced roast chicken with apples and currants 
Apple purée 
Orange rice 
Cinnamon pudding
Tom Vincent
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Subject: [Sca-cooks] Elizabethan chicken salad

Anne-Marie, where can I find the original of this recipe? Sounds awesome. I
have a variation of a period chicken salad recipe that someone served for
lunch at an event years ago. He wouldn't provide us with the original
because it was to be published soon (this was in 1998). I'm wondering if
this might not be the original.

Elizabethan chicken and apple salad. Chicken bits tossed with
apple, uber thin onion and lemon with a splash of good olive oil and
salt and pepper.

Et si omnes ego non.

"The care of human life and happiness and not their destruction is the
first and only legitimate object of good government." --Thomas Jefferson to
Maryland Republicans, 1809.

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