[Sca-cooks] SCA Cooking websites
lilinah at earthlink.net
Sun Jan 13 03:25:57 PST 2008
Sharon asked about SCA cooking websites...
Well, there's mine... limited as it is:
I've made other food items recipes for which i haven't posted on my
web site - a private feast, vigil food, etc. Also, i haven't yet
uploaded all my recipes and comments from my Mists Principality
Investiture Ottoman Feast in Nov 07, using genuine 15th & 16th C.
Ottoman recipes, which i've already HTML'ed.
I do have seven of my feasts with comments and a number miscellaneous
medieval recipes (including 23 German mushroom recipes from several
14th to 16th century cookbooks, and a number of tasty Medieval Near
Eastern recipes, including some 14th C. Arabic Lenten dishes). There
are also my study of Fine Spice Powders - an entry in a 2004 West
Kingdom Arts and Sciences competition (which i couldn't have done
without the assistance of this list, after my hard drive died the
true death and took my research with it), and my tripartite
examination of A Fragrant 13th Century Spice Box of Andalusia from
the Anonymous Andalusian Cookbook, A Fragrant 13th Century Spice Box
of al-Kitab al-Tabikh by al-Baghdadi, and The Two Spice Boxes
Compared. And there's my now incomplete list of SCA-period Near and
Middle Eastern cookbooks.
Additionally I host several cookbooks translated by two other SCAdians:
-- The late 14th or early 15th c. Anonimo Toscano, Libro della
Cocina, translated by Vittoria Aureli
---Three Fifteenth Century German Cookbooks, translations by Giano Balestriere.
While they maybe housed on some other sites, Giano and i consulted to
correct typos and improve some wording in these cookbooks on my site.
1.) The mid-15th century Kochbuch des Meisters Eberhard, the South
German Cookbook of Master Eberhard, cook to Duke Henry of Landshut
2.) The late 15th c. South/Central High German cookbook found in the
Archive of the Teutonic Order, in Northeastern Germany (modern Polish
(Giano noted that while from Northeastern Germany (modern Polish
Baltic coast), it probably belongs firmly in the South/Central High
German tradition rather than the Low German one native to the Western
c.) The 15th or 16th C. Alte Kochrezepte aus dem bayrischen Inntal
(Old Recipes from the Bavarian Inn River Valley)
Urtatim (that's err-tah-TEEM)
the persona formerly known as Anahita
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