[Sca-cooks] Polish Culinary History Book

Elaine Koogler kiridono at gmail.com
Thu Aug 19 09:40:59 PDT 2010

Sounds great...so who reads Polish and can translate it for us?

Kiri (not being sardonic, merely curious!)

2010/8/19 Sam Wallace <guillaumedep at gmail.com>

> I found this book on the Polish National Digital Library web site:
> Kuchnia polska dawna : urywki z jej dziejów od czasów najdawniejszych
> do końca wieku XVII - Peszke, Józef (1845-1916)
> Old Polish cuisine: fragments of its history from the earliest times
> to the end of the seventeenth century - Peszke, Joseph (1845-1916)
> http://www.polona.pl/dlibra/doccontent2?id=16001&from=&from=metadatasearch&dirids=1&lang=en
> This looks to be an academic journal or magazine collected into book
> form. It is very interesting considering the dearth of surviving
> medieval manuscripts from Poland. There are lots of 18th and 19th
> century culinary works listed on the site, too, for those who are
> interested.
> Guillaume
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