[Sca-cooks] Gianno's German mss translations, was Carolingian Foodways by Volker Bach

lilinah at earthlink.net lilinah at earthlink.net
Mon Jul 23 16:50:08 PDT 2012

Was written:
>> There are 3 Volker Bach translations (Eberhard, Inntal & Konigsburg) at the 
>> Florilegium, FOOD-MANUSCRIPTS section. but those are all 15th C.

I replied:
> Volker/Giano's three manuscript translations are also on my website, with a few 
> corrections and updates, which i think are not in the Florilegium versions.

Sorry, i neglected to include the URLs. The changes were made by Volker/Giano.

In the order they were originally written:

The Cookbook of Master Eberhard
South German
Mid-15th century or slightly later

A Cookbook from the Archive of the Teutonic Order
Northeastern Germany (modern Polish Baltic coast), though it probably belongs firmly in the South/Central High German tradition rather than the Low German one native to the Western Baltic.
probably late 15th century

Old Recipes from the Bavarian Inn River Valley
East Bavarian
15th or 16th C.

Urtatim (that's err-tah-TEEM)

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