[Sca-cooks] Pynson's Book was The Tiniest Little Gloat
johnna at sitka.engin.umich.edu
Tue Feb 19 09:25:12 PST 2008
Those seeking more information might see this article that appeared in 2000.
Sources of, and Analogues to, the /Noble Boke of Cokery/ . . . . . . .
. . . . . . . Constance B. Hieatt
/Journal of the Early Book Society for the Study of Manuscripts and
Printing History. /Volume 3 (2000)
Edited by Martha Driver, Pace University. Copies run about $25.00 for
Try interlibrary loan for just the paper.
Johnna Holloway wrote:
> Constance Hieatt and Brenda Hosington have done the
> recipe work.
> It's been finished for a number of years and we make mention to it in
> the Concordance of English Recipes.
> silverr0se at aol.com wrote:
>> Marc's cohort Richard is attempting to decipher a 1502 (or was it 1602, Selene?) manuscript recipe book, whose owner the Marquis of bath will not let them see the original. He's working from a 1950's microfiche that has the backside of the pages showing thru, so he is going somewhat nuts.
>> It was a great evening, well worth staying out past bedtime.
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