[Sca-cooks] A couple of questions-

Johnna Holloway johnnae at mac.com
Sat Dec 12 15:54:39 PST 2009

You do see creams as here:

To make a dish of snow from A Book of Cookrye 1591

Take a pottle of sweet thick Cream, and the white of eight Egs, and  
beate them altogither with a spooone, then put them into your Creme  
with a dish full of Rosewater and a dish full of Sugar withall, then  
take a stick and make it clean, and then cut it in the end four  
square, and therwith beat all the aforesaid things togither, and ever  
as it ariseth, take it off, and put it into a Cullender, this doon,  
take a platter and set an Apple in the midst of it, and stick a thick  
bush of Rosemary in the Apple. Then cast your Snow upon the Rosemary &  
fill your platter therwith, and if you have wafers, cast some withall,  
and so serve them foorth.

Cream is beaten and not whipped.


Alfredo sauce was popularized in the 20th century.


On Dec 12, 2009, at 5:55 PM, Stephanie Yokom wrote:

> Is "whipped cream" period? Is "alfredo sauce" period? Thank you-
> Sabra
> _______

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