[Sca-cooks] Sugar sponge
johnna at sitka.engin.umich.edu
Thu Aug 2 20:26:09 PDT 2007
We have available as part of Google something called Google Books
which is part of Google's operation where they are scanning books.
http://books.google.com/bkshp?tab=wp is the search page
I found the book by searching under "sponge sugar"
It's marked as being available for download. That may be just for US users.
Suey wrote: Johnna provided sugar terms from:
>> Diccionario tecnol?gico ingl?s-espa?ol y espa?ol-ingl?s de los t?rminos y frases usados en las
>> N?stor Ponce de Le?n - 1893
>> Actually you can download this book if you want. It's from 1893.
> How can download that? Don't find it in google or didn't use the right
> words. It is very interesting. I have not come across it before.
> Now I avoid the term "spun sugar" as we do not have cotton candy until
> the 19th C. I use the term fluff.
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