[Sca-cooks] was another mustardy quwstion is now Runpold text

Susanne Mayer susanne.mayer5 at chello.at
Sat Nov 22 10:41:11 PST 2008

Thank you for yor link. As my Mothers tounge IS german, I hope I will not 
have too much problems (and a middle german Dictionary also helps) in 
translating into nmodern german.

Did you know that some recipes from rupold survived parctically unchanget up 
to the 19th century?

Regards Katharina, who did not check her mails earlier.

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> Date: Wed, 19 Nov 2008 16:04:01 -0400
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>>btw is there a full version from the german rumpold text on the net than 
>>the pages by Gloning? I also found the translation project by M. Grasse?
> I think my page has the most complete text.  I started with a 
> transcription by Master Tirloch, have transcribed some other chapters, and 
> am working through the translation.  There is still quite of the bit of 
> the book to transcribe, but if you are looking for something specific, I 
> can transcribe it for you.
> http://www.geocities.com/ranvaig/rumpolt/rumpolt.html
> Ranvaig

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