basiliusphocas at hotmail.com
Sat Nov 14 17:14:46 PST 2009
Yes these recipes are in the translation I sold to you. The barberries you found are just like the kind I can get in Lexington. Here are two recipes I found and I think there are some more. Enjoy!
SAPORE SOPRA GAMBARI FRITTI
Piglia i Gambari, dopoi che son cotti allesso, e mondali la coda, lasciadola cosi monda attaccata busto, e poneli a frigere nella patella in Buttiero frescho, poi ponili sopra aceto, e agresto, e un poco di Canella fina, e dalli due volte nella patella, con qualche grano Crespina, o Marene intiere, quando e il tempo, poi levali dalla patella, e falli stare un poco stuffati, poi imbandendoli serano buoni.
89 G SAUCE OVER FRIED PRAWNS
Take the prawns after they are boiled cooked and you shall clean the tail, leaving this clean (tail) attached to the trunk and put them to fry in the pan in fresh butter. Then put over them vinegar and sour grape juice, and a small amount of fine (ground) cinnamon and give them two turns in the pan with some grains of barberries, or of unripe grapes, or whole cherries according to the season. Then remove them from the pan and make it to stand for a while to stew. Then readying for the banquet they shall be good.
CAPPONI PIZZONI, O ZAMPETTE DI VITELLO, IN CRESPINA
Piglia iltuo Vcelto, carne, o zampetta, e falla cuocere con pezzo di Persutto, e un pestata di Lardo, secondo la quantita che uorrai fare, e quando seri quasi cotta, piglia Torli d' Uova, e battili co un poco d' agresto, e Pevere, e Gengeuro pesto, e tanto zaffraro, che li dia un poco colore, e gettalo in detto Vaso, dove a cuocere la carne brancatta d' herbe oliose peste, e la tua Uva Crespina, e che con li sia molto brodo, e la finerai di cuocere con ogni cosa insieme, e se li vorrai mettere un poco d' Uva Passa monda, non li disdiraniente.
95 C CAPONS, PIGEONS, OR LEGS OF VEAL WITH BARBERRIES
Take your poultry meat or leg and make it to cook with a piece of ham (prosciutto), and a pinch of lard, according to the quantity you shall want to make. And when it shall be nearly cooked, take yolks of eggs and beat them with a small amount of sour grape juice and pepper and pounded ginger, and enough saffron that gives it a small amount of color. And place it in named pot where it is to cook the meat, with a hand ful of pounded herbs in oil and your barberries, and there is not to be too much broth. And you shall finish cooking it with everything inside, and if you want to put a small amount of seeded raisins inside, it is nothing to leave them out.
> Date: Fri, 13 Nov 2009 12:46:34 -0800
> From: raphaellad at yahoo.com
> To: sca-cooks at lists.ansteorra.org
> Subject: Re: [Sca-cooks] Barberries
> Yes, please! I'd be delighted to have a recipe to try these in. Is in the Messibugo translations I bought from you? I think I've loaned out my copy but I'll look more once I've finished unpacking.
> Also, I found these for sale on line:
> Do they look somewhat like you use? I found some organic sundried as well, but those seem to be out of stock.
> In joyous service,
> --- On Fri, 11/13/09, CHARLES POTTER <basiliusphocas at hotmail.com> wrote:
> > From: CHARLES POTTER <basiliusphocas at hotmail.com>
> > Subject: Re: [Sca-cooks] Barberries
> > To: sca-cooks at lists.ansteorra.org
> > Date: Friday, November 13, 2009, 12:14 PM
> > They are dried in small plastic bags and
> > I just throw them into the freezer till I am ready to use
> > them. They will last a long time like this. I
> > just signed up to the list a few weeks ago and I am Master
> > Basilius Phocas (aka Charles A. Potter in Lexingrton KY) of
> > the Middle. If you want I can send a recipe from the
> > Libro Novo using barberries.
> > Master B
> > > From: StefanliRous at austin.rr.com
> > > To: sca-cooks at lists.ansteorra.org
> > > Date: Thu, 12 Nov 2009 23:42:29 -0600
> > > Subject: Re: [Sca-cooks] Barberries
> > >
> > > <<< Barberries can be found in Middle Eastern
> > and Persian grocery
> > > stores on occasion. There are several recipes in
> > the 1549 Italian
> > > cookbook the Libro Novo that use them. I rather
> > like them in
> > > moderation.
> > >
> > >
> > Master B >>>
> > >
> > > Thank you. I'll have to try to find some the next time
> > I'm in a Middle
> > > Eastern or Persian grocery store. Are these likely to
> > be in cans,
> > > jars, dried in bags, or what? At least these I
> > can figure out how to
> > > use them, either fresh or otherwise. Some foods,
> > pickled, in various
> > > mixes and others I'm not sure how to use.
> > >
> > > Are you new to this list? Care to introduce yourself?
> > >
> > > Stefan
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