[Sca-cooks] Loot-report, anyone?

Patricia Dunham chimene at ravensgard.org
Wed Dec 28 20:40:15 PST 2011

Have just discovered another food-related bit of loot -- the Reber Mozart Piano Bar that came in the stocking! It's just amazing... the pistachio marzipan part is a tremendously floral experience. Now to figure out how to get another one, the store was sold out when we went back! AND our Christmas dinner guest recognized it immediately, "but what I really want is a Mrs Mozart bar" -- which I can't find ANYWHERE on-line under that name!

Anybody know anything about imported German chocolate from Reber who could fill in about "Mrs Mozart bars"? I HAVE found "Constanze" truffle-like little balls, but don't know if that's right; and nothing at all like a Piano Bar form. The Constanze truffle-oids do seem to match up, in that they have an even higher hazelnut flavored component (marzipan, praline, both?), like what J described about the Mrs M bar... so they probably are extremely similar.


On Dec 25, 2011, at 3:07 PM, Patricia Dunham wrote:

> I got Peter Brears' Cooking and Dining in Medieval England, that I've heard do much about for so long, and the Santanich Book of Sent Sovi... I mostly have English and French sources, and now there are all these interesting Iberians!
> oh! the Mucha calendar has several ads for food items, 8-)  Interesting, had to resort to teh google! This is Pomegranate W470, June is "G. Daverio Zurich" --  he was a major flour milling operation, made some technical improvements. Sept is Cognac biscuit. Nov is a pair of Moet et Chandon champagnes. 
> Got lots nice else, Snuff, filling in Usagi's, etc.
> How about you?
> chimene
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