[Sca-cooks] A Rumpolt Milestone
ranvaig at columbus.rr.com
Sat Feb 18 23:39:30 PST 2012
>Would it be worth webbing your translation even before it's
>complete? Rumpolt is a huge book, and 2/3 of it should include a lot
>of interesting stuff.
>Also, if you can web both your translation and the original, linked,
>readers who know German may be able to suggest alternate readings
Yes, there is a lot of interesting stuff. It's been online at the
Yahoo group, Cooking_Rumpolt, since I started in 2007. (I needed a
place to ask my stupid questions without drowning this list). It
includes both my transcription and my translation, and a link to the
facsimile, to check the transcription), to make it easy to check. I
have had help from quite a few people proofreading it over the years.
(Thank you Gwen Cat and Katherine).
The work goes in spurts, and I post each group of recipes as I finish
them. It's also a backup, so I can't loose it all.
Anyone is welcome join and download the files, whether or not they
join the discussion. It's just a text file at this point. It
changes too often to link properly, although I plan to do that
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