Johnna Holloway johnna at sitka.engin.umich.edu
Thu Jan 31 19:37:50 PST 2008

Koneman tends to release and then re-release their books under slightly
varying titles. Some have been translated into English. Others haven't been.
It's all complicated by a bankruptcy and titles being sold to reduce debts.
Also what is available in Europe and what's been available in the states 
has varied.
(Ask my husband about the Koneman volume I made him carry home from Venice.)
I would guess that this book in the Florilegium contains the same 
material as the Culinaria Germany
volume. Some of the Culinaria volumes are now out in paperback.
I like the entire series. You should be able to interlibrary loan it. 
Also keep an eye out
at larger Borders or B&N stores as some of the volumes do get picked up 
and sold through them.


ranvaig at columbus.rr.com wrote:
> GERMAN SPECIALTIES; A Culinary Journey
> Christine Metzger, Editor
> I found this one, but while a similar subject, it appears to be a different book.
> Culinaria Germany (ISBN: 9783833141140) Christine Metzger
> Book Description: Konemann, 2007. 
> Ranvaig

More information about the Sca-cooks mailing list