[Sca-cooks] Asian sources?
kiridono at gmail.com
Fri Feb 1 13:47:48 PST 2008
Ooops....I forgot that one. It was translated by Charles Perry and appeared
in a PPC..."Ni Tsan and his 'Cloud Forest Hall Collection of Rules for
Drinking and Eating'" translated by Teresa Wang & E. N. Anderson**. *Petit
Propos Culinaires 60*. London: Prospect Books, 1998.
On Feb 1, 2008 4:30 PM, Maggie MacD. <maggie5 at cox.net> wrote:
> At 08:46 AM 2/1/2008,Susan Fox said something like:
> >Dragon wrote:
> > > Does anyone have any idea if there are any period Asian cookbooks
> > > available in English translations?
> > >
> > > I am particularly interested in anything Chinese, Indian, or
> > > Japanese. Central Asian or Russian would also be good.
> > >
> > > Dragon
> > >
> >I can bring my copy of SOUP FOR THE KHAN to Festival Of The Rose
> >tomorrow, for your perusal.
> >Also, don't underestimate the value of literary sources. I have a vague
> >memory that the tale of the 47 Ronin began with the masterless men
> >meeting secretly in a soba shop. [Okay, that's circa 1700 but it
> >illustrated my point.]
> I've also got Soup for the Qan. There's also the book that was covered in
> the PPC .. I forget what it was called other than the title involved
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