[Sca-cooks] TV advice requested
grizly at mindspring.com
Thu Mar 8 06:03:22 PST 2007
> > 2 minutes might make it difficult, but you might find a recognizable
> > "English" dish and a period counterpart (say, macrows) and compare
> > them as a way of showing that period food isn't that weird...
> You might also do the same for specific foods or types of recipes --
> almonds, popular spices, salads, fritters, pies and pie crusts. These
> would work especially well if you mentioned similarities and differences
> their uses today.
Blancmage springs to mind, also plum pudding! > > > > > > >
Zabaglone is another, though way less ubiquitous. Sausages now versus then?
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