[Sca-cooks] Dutch Pancakes
johnna at sitka.engin.umich.edu
Mon May 7 20:27:13 PDT 2007
Just so people know, the Dutch pancake being talked about here
appears in the Florilegium under Breadmaking in a post from 1999. It
on the web at
I am not convinced that Oud-Hollands Kookboek is the end all on pancake
recipes but I'll
see what else I can dig up this week. Peter Rose's work comes to mind as
accessible. Matters of Taste Food and Drink in Seventeenth-Century Dutch
Art and Life
contains two paintings that deal directly with the topic:
Jan Steen's Pancake Woman and Egbert van der Poel's A Pancake Woman.
They are also featured in Bloemaert's A Couple in the Kitchen Interior.
Rose produces 3 different versions of pancakes in the recipe book that
with the exhibit catalog and notes the sources in the catalog.
Windmills in My Oven by Gaitri Pagrach-Chandra also has a chapter on
pancakes with listed sources.
Aldyth at aol.com wrote:
> Greetings all.
> 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?
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