[Sca-cooks] ISO resources for history of cast iron cookware
jarukcomp at yahoo.com
Tue Jun 14 12:56:10 PDT 2011
--- On Tue, 6/14/11, Terry Decker <t.d.decker at att.net> wrote:
If the Portuguese
> were importing cast iron pots, I would expect to find a few
> examples still with us. While the lack of pre-17th
> Century cast iron cookware is not definitive, it is
> suggestive of both lack of import and lack of manufacture.
Well, you're right. But the image of some bored Portuguese cook's boy letting the stew burn because he's staring at the dragon on the pot is just _so_ tempting...
Back to trying to find a ceramic brazier that doesn't die after three uses.
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(Friend) Honour Horne-Jaruk, R.S.F.
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