[Sca-cooks] *Sigh* That tomato thing - again

Phil Troy / G. Tacitus Adamantius adamantius.magister at verizon.net
Mon Oct 2 11:02:36 PDT 2006

On Oct 2, 2006, at 1:23 PM, Susan Fox wrote:

>> There are some 16th century references on the Floriligium which I  
>> found very
>> helpful for the Tomato article I wrote last year for Caid's A&S  
>> publication.
>> Also Andrew Smith (NOT Duke Andrew of Riga) has a great book that,  
>> altho it
>> deals mostly with America, has some European info as well. Can't  
>> remeber the name
>> right off hand but it had the word "tomato" in it.
>> Renata
>> _________________
> If the book had been written by "Our" Andrew Smith, you may be assured
> that Tommy's Chili Burgers would have played a part somewhere.  <grin,
> duck, run!>

Nah, this is Andrew F. Smith, bigwig in the Culinary Historians of  
New York and author of "The Tomato In America", and "Pure Ketchup".  
He frequents rec.food.historic .


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