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

Jadwiga Zajaczkowa / Jenne Heise jenne at fiedlerfamily.net
Wed Mar 28 07:54:57 PDT 2007

*grin* And so we come round again to the original question-- because the 
original questioner, so far as I can determine, is working on 
researching this duchess (I think), which is why she's looking up 
information on 17th century chocolate drinking. :)

> When I was in Germany a couple of years ago I saw a quote from a French 
> Duchess  (Liselotte) that was from the 17 Century about drinking chocolate. 
> She was the wife of the Duke of Orleans, brother of Louis XIV, and the 
> daughter of  Karl-Ludwig who ruled Heidelberg & it was from her letters home 
> from France. The letters were supposed to have been in some form of 
> published book.  I don't have the quote or a source for it, but at least 
> it's a lead.
> Pax,
> Olaf
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