[Sca-cooks] ISO carbonado references.

Terry Decker t.d.decker at worldnet.att.net
Tue Sep 2 16:08:29 PDT 2008

The Spanish form of the word is carbonado and appears in John Minshue's 
revision of "Percyvall's Dictionarie in Spanish and English" (1599).  The 
Italian form is carbonata and the French carbonade.

The is another quote which equates carbonadoes with rashers from John Lyly's 
"Sapho and Phao" (1591) II iii 175, "If I venture ... to eat a rasher on the 
coles, a carbonado."


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