[Sca-cooks] Carbonado references was BBQ stuff

Suey lordhunt at gmail.com
Tue Nov 11 11:26:54 PST 2008

Johnna Holloway wrote:

> CARBONADO, broiled meat. (Span., - L.) Properly ? a rasher.' Cotgrave,
> s. v. carbonade, explains it by ' a carbonadoe, a rasher on the coales.'
> Used by Shak. Cor. iv. 5. 199. ? Span, carbonado, carbonado, meat
> broiled on a gridiron ; properly a pp. from a verb carbonar*, to
> broil. ? Span, carbon, charcoal, coal. ? Lat. ace. carbonem, coal; from
> nom. carbo. See above. Der. carbonado, verb ; K. Lear, ii. 2.41.
> from
> An Etymological Dictionary of the English Language
> By Walter William Skeat
> Published by Clarendon press, 1893
Covarrubias in 1611 wrote: CARBONADA. Meat that after being boiled is 
browned over red hot coals or burning coals. Normally blancmange is made 
with "carbonada". p. 302, a 52-55.

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