Stefan li Rous
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Wed Jun 3 23:06:26 PDT 2009
But is this an original illustration from the book or something added
for this publication?
Either way this is a mis-indexing. "Curry" powder is a mis-
understanding by the British of the spice mixes of India, which in any
case, is much later than the original publication of Forme of Cury. I
don't remember what "Cury" means in medieval English but it has little
or nothing to do with the so-called Indian curry mixes.
I suspect it is curry because they have the book indexed under:
* Kindle Books
Cooking, Food & Wine
Cooking by Ingredient
Herbs, Spices & Condiments
emilio szabo asked:
What kind of powder is depicted on the title page?
Curry? Why? E.
Johnnae had mentioned-
<< Amazon is now offering
The Forme of Cury A Roll of Ancient English Cookery Compiled, about A.D.
by Samuel Pegge as a Kindle Edition - April 10, 2009) - Kindle Book
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