[Sca-cooks] Epulario 1517
david at vastrepast.com
Sun Jan 10 15:42:08 PST 2010
There are significant changes from the 1517 edition to the English
translation. It is not the source material for the translation (at least not
I have the microfilms for both and have compared them (not in depth) but
enough to know that there is additional info.
If you are looking for something to translate Westbury is a good place to
start. There are several carving manuals that would be good projects.
On 1/10/10 3:35 PM, "emilio szabo" <emilio_szabo at yahoo.it> wrote:
Along related lines ... . I'm familiar with the _Epulario_ that's a
late 16th c. English translation of an Italian cookbook. Recently I
> the rare books room of the U of Chicago library and discovered
that they have
> several 16th c. editions of the Italian Epulario--same
subtitle (only in
> Italian), so pretty clearly the original that was
translated. I've arranged
> for them to send me a photocopy of the
earliest, I think 1537 or so. >>
> first edition is from 1517, if I remember well.
Look here for an early
Author: ROSSELLI Giovanni de' (XVI-XVII cent.)
noua chiamata Epulario quale tracta il modo de cucinare ogni
vcelli, pesci, de ogni sorte. Et fare sapori, torte, pastelli, al
de tutte le prouincie: et molte altre gentilezze. Composta per
Giouanne de Rosselli. Francese.
(New work called a Epulario,
> information on how to cook all types of meat, poultry, and fish.
And how to
> make cakes and cookis in all regional varieties, and more.
Complied by master
> Giouanne de Rosselli. French.)
City of Publication:
Publisher: Niccolo Zoppino e Vincenzo di Paolo
Date of Publication: 1517
Other Editions: Venice,
Penzio, 1517, 1518;
> Venice, Benalio, 1519; Venice, Bendoni, 1521, 1533;
Rome, Mascardi, 1614;
> Venice, Imberti, 1619; Venice, Righettini, 1626;
Trevigi, Righettini, 1643;
> VeniceBassano, Remondini, 1674; Venice,
Curti, 1683; facsimile: Rome, Riccio,
Format: Standard Italian Format 8
Pagination: , 31 c.
Subjects: Cucina; Recipes; Table Presentation: service
> Rosselli, whose biography is uncertain, gathered and published the material of
> Maestro Martino of Como.
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