[Sca-cooks] Cookbooks for Beginners

Elaine Koogler kiridono at gmail.com
Mon Jun 2 07:07:40 PDT 2008

I'm not sure what the price is as I purchased mine so very long ago, but I
would recommend that you get Cindy Renfrew's "Take a Thousand Eggs or
More."  It is in two volumes and, in mine at least, the first one contains
originals, transcriptions and redactions.  Volume two just has the originals
with transcriptions.  There is a newer version than the one I have, so I'm
not sure what all it contains, but it's an excellent book!


On Mon, Jun 2, 2008 at 9:59 AM, Liz Wilson <ewilson618 at tx.rr.com> wrote:

> I recently received a small gift certificate to Barnes and Noble.  I think
> I can use it on line and in the store.
> As a beginning period cook, what are 3 to 5 of the best period cookbooks
> (in print, not outrageously priced, preferably under $50) for beginners,
> or cooking library "must haves" for those just starting out?  Are there any
> cookbooks that beginners should definitely avoid?
> If this is too basic for the Cooks list feel free to email me privately.
> Christianna
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