david at vastrepast.com
Fri Feb 24 13:25:41 PST 2012
There is a similar sauce in the Italian sources called agliata, but nothing in Martino called Maniade.
There are white agliatas as well.
When I get to sources I will look them up for you.
Could that be what you are looking for?
On Feb 24, 2012, at 10:08 AM, Sharon Palmer wrote:
> I'm looking for information on a recipe in Rumpolt called Gesipff or Maniade. A cold Italian sauce of unripe walnuts and almonds, bread crumbs, garlic, and broth. It's given twice, once for beef roast, once for capon. I'm not that familiar with the Italian corpus, does anyone recognize this?
> Ochsen 53. ...Vnnd man nennet es das weisse gesipff/ auff Welsch Maniade/ is ein gut herlich Essen/
> And one calls it white gesipff / in Italian called maniade/
> Kappaun 22. ...Die Speiß nennt man auff Welsch Maniade.
> In Italian one calls this dish maniade.
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