[Sca-cooks] Kochbuch der Maria Stenglerin (Augsburg 1554)
johnnae at mac.com
Wed Jun 30 16:31:57 PDT 2010
We should thank and remember Thomas since it was his note that
brought it to my attention so I could broadcast it about.
I haven't had time to really check it out except to make sure the link
I have an article due tomorrow... type, type, type....
On Jun 30, 2010, at 6:29 PM, wheezul at canby.com wrote:
> Oh squee Johnnae!
> Although it's not a facsimile, it is wonderful. First read through I
> discovered both the word waffel and Waffel Eisen (page 27)which
> back to an earlier post about oblaten. So those words were clearly
> in Germany and it does looks like the transcription is faithful to the
> common variant spellings from the 16th century. The waffles made
> from a
> dozen eggs, a half a mas of sweet milk, clarified butter, flour and
> (leavening). They are allowed to rise and then are cooked on the
> iron. Nom. (Anyone remember the waffle wiffer? That would be me...)
> A recipe for rose honey looks intriguing. And I like the apothocary
> section at the end from pages 33 - 40 with various flavored waters and
> I thank the wonder reference woman once again :)
>> I've had a note from Thomas Gloning that he has a new
>> German cookbook available as a .pdf on his website.
>> It's a 19th century reprint of a cookbook (or cookery mss.) dated
>> Das Kochbuch der Maria Stenglerin (Augsburg 1554) (PDF).
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