[Sca-cooks] Russian sources

Deborah Hammons mistressaldyth at gmail.com
Mon Jan 14 20:53:52 PST 2013

Thank you very much!  It is always a sticky situation when there aren't
many primary sources.  This one reminds me of doing "viking" food.  Used
the sagas.  Went well.


On Mon, Jan 14, 2013 at 8:07 PM, Sharon Palmer <ranvaig at columbus.rr.com>wrote:

> Greetings all!
>> I am in the process of finding all things Russian espicially foodwise (Or
>> therabouts) for our April Yummier event.  I came across an article from
>> Lisa Kies on strangelove.net.  It also lists the name of Kieser in the
>> page
>> look up.  Copyright 2007-8 updated July 4 2008.  Lots of fun stuff
>> there. Is this a good source?  I am familiar with the chronicle of
>> Novgarod, and The Domostroi.  Many sources are in Russian.  Ideas?
> You might want to look at Rumpolt.  Nothing Russian, but several recipes
> are called Hungarian or Polish.  It may help.  My translation is here:
> http://cooking-rumpolt.com/
> Sharon
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