[Sca-cooks] Burger battle
t.d.decker at worldnet.att.net
Sun Jan 21 06:23:01 PST 2007
I think this is probably Luis Benavides-Barajas. The name popped up on the
list five or six years ago in a bibliography from a book on Spanish culinary
traditions (IIRC). According to my notes, he's a noted culinary author in
Spanish with at least 15 books to his credit. Again IIRC, I've read one
small modern piece by him translated into English and found the prose a
Since I haven't read his work, I can't begin to address it's accuracy. A
quick search on his name in relation to the Florilegium shows that Huette
raised a question about the historical accuracy of his recipe for alfajores.
> Who is "Benavides-Barajas"? I don't think I remember his works being
> discussed here before.
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