[Sca-cooks] Recipe Books

Johnna Holloway johnna at sitka.engin.umich.edu
Fri Mar 16 04:12:56 PDT 2007

Another easy way to get into the actual texts that are available online
besides what is available at Project Gutenberg is to bookmark and use
Cindy Renfrow's excellent site, esp.
where she links to online historical culinary books & projects. These are
more likely to fit in with the requested parameters of 1400-1600.

Also see Professor Martha Carlin's Homepage at
where she lists culinary texts and resources from
the medieval through the early modern period.

Also see the articles "Online Sources for Recipes & Culinary Texts—
A Selective List for Sugar and Dessert Sites" and Online Sources for 
Recipes & Culinary Texts: A Selective List"
in the Dec2005/Jan 2006 and Feb/March 2006 Citadel.
They are online at:http://chronicler.cynnabar.org/citadel/


Ian Kusz wrote:
> don't forget the gutenberg project; they have a number of old texts....
> www.gutenberg.org/catalog/ snip
> On 3/6/07, Siren Song <sirensong13 at yahoo.com> wrote: Yes, you are correct and I am aware it is a HUGE area :)snip need 
> #2 1400-1600 European, Asian, and African.
> #3 I am only good enough at English to use already transcribed materials.

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