[Sca-cooks] Sponge sugar
rcmann4 at earthlink.net
Wed Aug 1 17:29:10 PDT 2007
>Does anyone know about this one? Teresa de Castro talks about "azucar
>rosado" (pink sugar) or "panal de azucar" which I translate as sponge
When I see "rosado" as an adjective for a medieval food, I don't think
"pink", I think "rose". For example "vinagre rosado" is wine vinegar in
which roses have been steeped. Could this be some kind of rose sugar?
Brighid, who oughht to be packing.
Brighid ni Chiarain
Barony of Settmour Swamp, East Kingdom
Robin Carroll-Mann *** rcmann4 at earthlink.net
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