[Sca-cooks] New Challenge
susanrlin at gmail.com
Fri Aug 21 14:38:57 PDT 2009
okay - I guess I misunderstood.
As for the rules of Kashrut, they are set out in Leviticus but have been
heavily annotated by "learned" people for thousand's of years. I have not
done any research on what Kashrut was in medieval europe (besides just was
is set out in Leviticus) - I'm not exactly sure when some of the current
restrictions were put into place.
The law about mixing milk and meat comes from "you shall not cook a kid in
its mother's milk" so as you can see-someone took some serious liberties
with that translation.
Here is a simplistic rundown:
I'm happy to do more research if you wish.
I don't know about the dietary laws of Islam (Halal=lawful,
Halam=unlawful). Or any of the dietary laws of Buddism, Shintoism, etc.
On Fri, Aug 21, 2009 at 3:24 PM, Deborah Hammons
<mistressaldyth at gmail.com>wrote:
> Best laid plans. Oh well, new grammies syndrome comes with lack of sleep.
> What I was hoping to stimulate was a conversation on the various religious
> "cuisine" requirements. Since Judith was talking about Jewish Kosher, I ran
> down that road. I thought it might help out some of our newer cooks when
> it comes to accommodating those with that kind of special requirement. I
> find that is looks like a personal decision on just how far to take the
> On Fri, Aug 21, 2009 at 2:58 PM, Susan Lin <susanrlin at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Mistress - you're welcome to scour my cookbooks for anything you wish to
> > borrow (I have A Drizzle of Honey)
> > There are many things that can be argued about (including catfish) and
> > old arguments are different than the new arguements. The bottom line
> > be a personal decision on which line of information a person chooses to
> > follow.
> > I am happy to teach a class on Jewish food if you wish. Maybe at Caer
> > Galen
> > A&S.
> > Shoshanna
> > On Fri, Aug 21, 2009 at 9:59 AM, Deborah Hammons
> > <mistressaldyth at gmail.com>wrote:
> > > The conversation with Judith got me thinking. How about coming up with
> > > menus for the various religious restraints? I know we have scads of
> > lenten
> > > recipes. But it might be a good time to talk about the foods allowed
> > > not , maybe why.
> > > I have a first question. What would a Spanish jew have eaten who "kept
> > > kosher" of their time eaten just before they were expelled from Spain?
> > And
> > > the Moorish counterpart living in Spain at the same time?
> > >
> > > Aldyth
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