[Sca-cooks] Wanted: Italian cookbook that hasn't been translated
david at vastrepast.com
Sun Jan 10 16:13:31 PST 2010
You are right it has nothing to do with the Martino/Epulario tradition.
I have a copy upstairs if anyone is looking for something specific out of
On 1/10/10 4:12 PM, "emilio szabo" <emilio_szabo at yahoo.it> wrote:
> At least a number of the books bearing the name Epulario are almost
> direct copies of Martino's recipes.
> There is this one that contains more confectionary recipes.
> Epulario e segreti vari :
> trattati di cucina toscana nella Firenze seicentesca /
> Author(s): Del Turco, Giovanni. ; Evangelista, Anna.
> Publication: Sala Bolognese, BO : A. Forni,
> Year: 1992
> Description: lxvi, 170 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 25 cm.
> Language: Italian
> Standard No: LCCN: 93-174761
> This is based on a book written in the first 20 years of the 17th
> century, a fair number of recipes including many for preserves and
> candied fruit and how to work with sugar. No translation of this work.
> Available from A. Forni
> Just to make sure that I did not misunderstand: If I remember correctly, this
> book has nothing to do with the Martino tradition.
> It is interesting in its own respect, however.
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