[Sca-cooks] World's Oldest Recipe Book ?
johnnae at mac.com
Tue Dec 8 05:25:21 PST 2009
This article is much better--
It says it's "the country's oldest royal cookbook." That would be more
They just did a feast based on it, hence the news reports.
The copy is up at
Or you can find it by browsing the medieval collection at
Doc also has it indexed at medievalcookery.com
09-11-2009 - An index of Fourme of Curye (John Rylands University
Library, English MS 7) added to the Medieval Cookbook Search
09-01-2009 - A transcription of Fourme of Curye (John Rylands
University Library, English MS 7) added to the Online Medieval Cookbooks
On Dec 8, 2009, at 8:11 AM, Johnna wrote:
> And they get it wrong of course--
> "Written by chefs employed by Richard II, they are included in what
> is thought to be the world's oldest cookbook."
> Porpoise porridge, Sire? World's oldest recipe book reveals dishes
> English kings enjoyed 600 years ago
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