[Sca-cooks] [Sca-Cooks] Wikipedia article on Medieval Cuisine
edoard at medievalcookery.com
Mon Aug 6 18:20:26 PDT 2007
On Aug 6, 2007, at 12:32 PM, Ian Kusz wrote:
> Good golly, Miss Molly; I tried editing it, a little, and after
> HOURS, I
> only scratched the surface. I'm tired.
> I had to add a few pages for cross-reference....I hope I didn't
> screw them
> up, I was so tired writing them. Feel free to fix anything.
> I at least included a link to Le Menagier.
Unfortunately, it looks like the self-appointed-authority there (who
has specifically stated that he feels tertiary sources are more
appropriate to use than primary ones) has reverted almost all of your
The good news is that you can click on the article's history tab to
go back and retrieve any of what you wrote. I think that parts of
what you wrote could be worked in (and replace parts of) the existing
article without him noticing.
- Doc (still tilting at windmills)
301. Take smale byrdys, an stampe with a pestel tyl it hole, and than
boyle it ry3th wel, and whan it is I-dressid, take red anys in
comfyte an sette hem on the dysshe, an yf it be no3t swete y-now,
take whyte sugre an caste ther-to. [The Boke of Swyllyng]
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