[Sca-cooks] only one cookbook
ekoogler1 at comcast.net
Wed Oct 11 15:22:02 PDT 2006
Kathleen A Roberts wrote:
> so dear heart wants to know what i want for my birthday
> next week...
> if you could have only one book regarding cooking withing
> the SCA time period(s), what would it be? is there an
> early period book out there (circa 1000)?
> please keep cost in mind, i'm hoping for flowers at work
> as well. 8)
> starting a period cookbook shelf under the scribal shelf
Seems like a number of us have October birthdays...I pass a major
milestone on the 29th...#65! Wow...it really doesn't seem possible. I
don't feel like I'm 65...at least not most of the time. And you guys re
a large part of what helps keep me young!
What a hard question. There are so many, especially from the various
parts of Europe (not to mention the Middle East and China/Japan!) If
English, then "Two Fifteenth Century Cookery Books". If Mediterranean,
then Platina. If French, the Taillevent. Else....I dunno!
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As you get older, remember you have another hand: the first is to help
yourself, the second is to help others
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