[Sca-cooks] 10th C. Cornish?
t.d.decker at worldnet.att.net
Tue Oct 24 17:34:08 PDT 2006
I fear the Poldark bit threw me. Add to it being up evilly early in a drug
induced stupor courtesy of a respiratory infection, I failed to think of
bibliographies, which is one of the most useful things in many modern texts.
> But and this is the reason that I listed them, these books
> have bibliographies for those periods and slightly later in the
> case of the Roman one. Jacqui Wood's book appears in a couple
> of bookstore listings in Cornwall for books on Cornish cookery.
> Wood is the founder and director of the Cornwall Celtic Village.
> Banham has perhaps the best list of foods and plants for that period
> in England, even if this is the Cornish speaking area of the southwest.
> There's a single spaced bibliography on pages 87-91.
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