[Sca-cooks] Ok, not quite finished.

David Walddon david at vastrepast.com
Sun Jan 8 21:40:12 PST 2012

You might try using LEME - Lexicon of Early Modern English http://leme.library.utoronto.ca

I quickly looked up Sinettes (no entry in LEME) and then went to Lynge which has three. 

LEME is an excellent resource for anyone working with words (English mostly but Latin and Italian as well) from 1480-1708 (apparently the licensed version is even better but I do not have access to that). 

Have fun! 



Food is life. May the plenty that graces your table truly be a VAST REPAST. 

David Walddon
david at vastrepast.com

On Jan 8, 2012, at 9:27 PM, steve montgomery wrote:

> While lounging in the hotel at West Kingdom 12th Night on Friday, I did a
> third pass with my wife and she caught some formatting issues and there
> were some terms I didn't find modern equivalents to.  So, I'm going to
> query the knowledgebase that is this list.
> Sinettes. It is in a section talking about birds.
> Pricked and sorrel sister. Just after deer.
> Lynge, Haburdyn with mustcarde, Base. Tench in Jelly or gressell. Looking
> for gressell in the last. All of these are in the section on fish days.
> Brette. Creues. Also in fish days.
> Any help would be appreciated and credit given in the bibliography.
> Thanks,
> AEduin
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