[Sca-cooks] help on 17th c. French Chocolate Drinking

Anne-Marie Rousseau dailleurs at liripipe.com
Tue Mar 27 10:30:46 PDT 2007

the first thing I'd do is look in Cotgrave... a 17th century French:English dictionary. if the word isnt in 
there, they didnt know about it :). 

also check out Toussaint Samats History of Food. since its franco centric, it has some great references and 
citations you wont find elsewhere.

fun project!

On Tue Mar 27  8:44 , Jadwiga Zajaczkowa / Jenne Heise  sent:

>Ladies & Gents, here's your chance to show off-- I have a faculty member 
>looking for sources on 17th century (1600-1700) drinking of chocolate in 
>_France_. We've ILLed a bunch of things, and looked at the Florilegium, 
>but any hints for sources-- i know there are some 17th c. French cooking 
>books that I'm not thinking of right off the top of my head-- would be 
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