[Sca-cooks] only one cookbook
johnna at sitka.engin.umich.edu
Wed Oct 11 18:02:40 PDT 2006
Two fifteenth-century cookery-books : Harleian MS. 279 (ab 1430), &
Harl. MS. 4016 (ab. 1450), with extracts from Ashmole MS. 1439, Laud MS.
553, & Douce MS. 55
has it online now. It's not really necessary to buy the hard copy any
There's Cindy's Take A Thousand Eggs or More
Ordinance of Pottage is OP and has been for years. $80 and up on the
Hieatt's *Curye on Inglysch: Middle English Recipes -
English Culinary Manuscripts of the Fourteenth Century (Early English
Text Society Supplementary S.)*
is still available.Gee why are these titles so familiar?
Also available Concordance of English Recipes: 13^th to 15^th Centuries
- $29.95 Constance Hieatt, Terry Nutter, & Johnna Holloway.
If you are going to do English works, you might as well get the cross
index. And that is not a shameless commercial
plug, although I will be happy to sign it if we ever meet at an event or
You could just ask for a gift certificate from Poison Pen Press.
Elaine Koogler wrote:
> If English, then "Two Fifteenth Century Cookery Books". If Mediterranean,
> then Platina. If French, the Taillevent. Else....I dunno!
An Ordinance of Pottage (I believe this is out of print)
Curye on Inglysch (aka Forme of Curye and still available)
and Two Fifteenth Century Cookery Books (I've seen this one available in
paperback)but then there was...Pleyn Delit snipped Liz
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