[Sca-cooks] Sarten

Suey lordhunt at gmail.com
Fri Sep 7 14:21:08 PDT 2007

Lilinah wrote:
> Suey wrote:
>> >A "sarten" was like a paella pan. There is a photo of a "sarten" in the
>> >third row down and third from left to right at this site:
>> >http://images.google.cl/images?svnum=10&um=1&hl=es&client=firefox-a&channel=s&rls=org.mozilla%3Aen-US%3Aofficial&q=sarten+medieval&btnG=B%C3%BAsqueda+de+im%C3%A1genes
> On my computer and in my browser, the 3rd row down, 3rd picture from 
> the left is a somewhat naughty looking cartoon... ok, it was the first 
> time. Each time i go back, the pictures are in a slightly different 
> order... 
yeah, I see what you mean.
> So, do you mean: http://www.elrollodecepeda.org/img/cc_trevedes.gif 
> (and, hey, live-fire cooks, this is a cool and informative set up of a 
> long-handled frying pan on a support over a real fire. I think this is 
> probably like what was meant in the recipe...) 
Nope, not hande on a medieval Spanish frying pan.
> Or this: http://perso.wanadoo.es/charrito/sarten_small.jpg (the owner 
> of the website uses this as a musical instrument, but it's clearly a 
> cooking pan) 
> Or this: 
> http://www.saludyturismorural.com/spa/item/resource/Benarum_casas_rurales_guia_gastronomia_03.jpg 
> (a basic generic paella pan)
Yes, it has handles.

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