[Sca-cooks] Dutch Pancakes
Huette von Ahrens
ahrenshav at yahoo.com
Sun May 6 20:47:44 PDT 2007
If no one else as asked for it, I would love to have this book for my collection.
--- Gretchen Beck <grm at andrew.cmu.edu> wrote:
> --On Sunday, May 06, 2007 7:58 PM -0400 Aldyth at aol.com wrote:
> > Yet again I have found a dead end. I have found many remarks about a
> > dutch cookbook by Annie Van't Veer. Is there a title? It seems to be
> > the authority on dutch pancakes. The recipes I have found are all the
> > same, and simply refer to this "cookbook". I was hoping to find both
> > the cookbook and the original work that was translated. Any ideas?
> Found this post from 1996 on the rec.food.historic list. I'll bet this is
> the cookbook you're looking for:
> I was pruning my cookbook collection over the weekend, and it turned out
> that there was exactly one historical cookbook that I was getting rid
> of. Would anybody like a copy of:
> Annie van't Veer
> Oud-Hollands Kookboek
> 1966, Prisma Boeken
> Paperback, 190 pp.
> In Dutch.
> It is divided into three sections (about the late Middle Ages, the
> Golden Age, and the eighteenth century), and has illustrations and
> recipies in the old spelling.
> ...and here's a site in Holland that appears to have a copy for sale:
> toodles, margaret
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