[Sca-cooks] 14th century catalan?

Suey lordhunt at gmail.com
Fri Jun 11 15:28:54 PDT 2010

Johnna Holloway wrote:
> I hate to say it but the titles in Catalan run together.
> I looked it up and there's one that was actually published and listed
> in Worldcat as
> Llibre del coc : de la Canonja de Tarragona
> Author:	Roberto de Nola; Josep Recasens i Tuset; Joan Serra Vilar?;
> Catedral de Tarragona.; Serra y Russell (Firm)
> Publisher:	Barcelona : Serra i Russell, 1935.
> Notes: Printed in red and black; Gothic type; initials; bound in
> vellum with gilt lettering and decoration. Limited edition of 105
> copies, 5 on parchment, 100 on paper. Description: [V] LVIII leaves :
> ill. ; 18 cm. 	        	  Other Titles: Libre del coch, Llibre del Coc
> de la Seu de Tarragona
> 105 copies-- one at Harvard and one at Wisconsin.
> Coleman Andrews mentions it in Catalan Cuisine where he subtitles it as
> "Cookbook of the Canon of Tarragona".
> Also mentioned in  Cuina medieval catalana: hist?ria, diet?tica i cuina
>    By Eliana Thibaut i Comalada (Valls, Tarragona : Cosset?nia
> Edicions, 2006. 382 p. )
> (I really wish someone would publish her books in English.)
> Mentioned in Thomas Gloning's bibliography.
> Let me do some more checking but I haven't found a link on the title
> and the term SCA.
> Maybe no one has ever checked out an actual copy; of course being as
> rare as it is....
> I'll be back.
> Johnnae
I hope you will be back 'cause I don't understand why this book is 
claimed to be fro the 14th century if indeed it is just Nola again.

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