[Sca-cooks] Martino LoC / culinary exlibris
david at vastrepast.com
Mon Jan 18 18:30:42 PST 2010
Yes I know my caps lock was on!
The exlibris is interesting!
Even more interesting is Platina and the Re-birth of Man which is his book
on the "discovery" of the manuscript.
Milham goes deeper now in comparing the two but for its time and the fact
that he was not a scholar it is a great book.
On 1/18/10 6:03 PM, "Johnna Holloway" <johnnae at mac.com> wrote:
> These are taken from the Octavo Digital cd. Copyright 2004.
> No wonder they are so good.
> The Octavo cd-rom offers Commentary by Gillian Riley, historian of
> food and culinary practice
> - Foreword by Alice Waters of Chez Panisse
> - Essay: Maestro Martino¹s Cookery Book and Its Manuscripts, by Bruno
> - Searchable, cross-linked English translation of the Italian text by
> Gillian Riley
> - Note on the calligraphy by Paul Shaw
> - Magnify up to 400%
> The cross index is pretty cool.
> On Jan 18, 2010, at 7:10 PM, emilio szabo wrote:
>> The link collection I just sent includes a link to the
>> LoC Martino Manuscript which contains an interesting exlibris of
>> John D. Vehling.
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