[Sca-cooks] David's paper on Platina
david at vastrepast.com
Mon Nov 9 11:51:24 PST 2009
I have hesitated to publish it on my blog or on a website because I have
interest in it being published elsewhere first.
I just need to actually get it together and send it off.
The information is interesting and I have (and will) do classes or lectures
on the data at any culinary symposium or Ithra that is interested but
publishing or sharing the paper before it is publish is probably not a good
On 11/9/09 12:55 PM, "emilio szabo" <emilio_szabo at yahoo.it> wrote:
> David wrote:
> Actually there are "recipes" in the first five books for De Honesta.
> If you attended the RSA Symposium a few years ago you might have been at a
> session which included a paper titled "The Hidden Recipes of Bartolomeo
> Sacchi: An exploration of the recipes in the first five books of De Honesta
> Voluptate et Valetudine". By David S. Walddon (AKA Eduardo Lucrezia). >>
> Well, you did not tell me about the RSA Symposium. Of course I would have
> attended ...
> Honestly: David, you are right. Shortly after hitting the send-button, I
> corrected myself:
> << O.k., there is some culinary advice intermingled and there are even some
> recipes, but you get the idea.
> E. >>
> Is there any chance to get your paper?
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