[Sca-cooks] History of Bread and baking
selene at earthlink.net
Fri Jan 27 17:33:29 PST 2012
I would send her to the Florilegium.org files. There is a whole
category of FOODS-BREADS.
And I'm kind of fuzzy too. [hugs]
On 1/27/12 2:11 PM, Mercy Neumark wrote:
> One of my students is preparing for Pentathlon over here in CAID. I have a number of books, but as I recently lost my sounding board for suggestions (Mistress Huette)... I wanted to make sure I was covering all the bases when pointing her in the right direction for documenting bread and baked goods.
> What books would you all use/suggest for documentation for bread history? I have "history of bread" (author and book under a pile of books currently yikes) and I have an Elizabeth David book on baking and it's history. I have a ton of books scattered in my house, but these are the ones I could think of off the top of my head. Head is still a little fuzzy since I lost Huette, so I apologize for sounding like a bonehead.
> Italian suggestions would be nice as that is what she's focused on. I have Scappi, but haven't read it fully yet. No idea if any bread or baking references in there.
> Suggestions welcome. Help always appreciated.
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