[Sca-cooks] Johnnae's Concordance Reviewed
johnna at sitka.engin.umich.edu
Tue Aug 28 17:20:34 PDT 2007
It's always nice to be recognized. And in Gastronomica to boot!
It also made the husband
jealous because my book is garnering great reviews and notices while his
was never reviewed at all. It does however make a lot more money.
One of these years I'll have to hold an autographing party or tea at a
War or someplace.
Terry Decker wrote:
> The "Concordance of English Recipes: Thirteenth Through Fifteenth Centuries"
> started by Terry Nutter and completed by Constance Hieatt with Johnnae's
> assistance has been reviewed in Gastronomica (Summer 2007). It's a nice,
> positive review of the book and to quote the piece, "Constance Hieatt, the
> world's leading authority on English medieval cookbooks, was the ideal
> person to pick up work begun by Terry Nutter, and her assistant Johnna
> Holloway, is among a rising group of scholars in this field."
> So how's it feel to be a "rising scholar in the field," Johnna?
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