[Sca-cooks] Cooking Help Please! I also have anwered the questions that where by request.
Adele de Maisieres
ladyadele at paradise.net.nz
Wed Jan 3 18:24:15 PST 2007
Joshua McCoy wrote:
>I will start of by answering the questions about my cook book. To the question "Perhaps you could tell us a little more about this project?" For right now it is just going to be a very personal project for me to learn at this point and if I do decide to have this published I will give credit where credit is do. For question "Firstly, do you want period recipes or modern ones?" Why would I ask in this e-blog with knowing what it is for help with some recipes? Also yes I do want period recipes.
OK, I, and probably most people on here have dozens, if not hundreds of
recipes. If you want recipes for specific things , I might be able to
help you. If you're interested in Medieval food and cooking in general,
I suggest you start with the Florilegium, or maybe a library.
>I do not like being fake or acting fake to people because it is like a lie to me for in which is a facade.
If you think being polite to people is "acting fake", you're going to
find it hard going on and off this list.
> No one likes to be treated like they are worthless and nor do I, so that is why I treat others how I want to be [treated]
Golly, thanks for the tip!
>The assumption maid by Terry Decker aka Bear he was correct in assumming that I do not know any thing about historical cooking. That is part of the reasoning why I left every thing open open the way that I did.
Right. Well, there's a lot more to it than hopping on a mailing list
and announcing that you NEED HELP!!!!!!!!!!! and want recipes. And
people here did suggest general resources that are worth checking out.
Adele de Maisieres
Habeo metrum - musicamque,
hominem meam. Expectat alium quid?
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