[Sca-cooks] Help finding out-of-print sources

silverr0se at aol.com silverr0se at aol.com
Wed Aug 29 10:47:50 PDT 2007

The Epulario is an English Treanslation of Platina and the translator's Latin to english was not alwats coorect. I have found at least 1 amount of ginger that was wrong - I think is was a pound when it should have been an ounce. I suggest you check the recipe in Platina - the Milsom translation of that is very good.


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From: Sandragood at aol.com
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Sent: Wed, 29 Aug 2007 9:26 am
Subject: [Sca-cooks] Help finding out-of-print sources

I've been doing some research for an upcoming competition.  The entry  is 
based on a translated text from Epulario.  I'm trying to get my  documentation 
order and am having trouble finding better than tertiary  (internet) sources. 
 I know this book was reprinted in 1990 but I am  having difficulty finding 
current information in my online searching.
The only online versions of the complete text I've been able to locate are  
through places like the EEOB that are only accessible through partnering  
libraries, which usually only include college libraries.  Not being a  student 
an alumni is making it harder.
Do any of you have suggestions on my next step?

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