[Sca-cooks] Russian sources
K C Francis
katiracook at hotmail.com
Sat Jan 19 14:19:32 PST 2013
It is available on Amazon. The Marin Library system now includes the Dominican Collection and they have it. I just requested it.
I'm interested in Russian food because I like to enjoy the foods and drinks of the country hosting the Olympics
while I watch it on tv. A couple of weeks ago I did an ethnic shopping trip in SF. Oriental and Middle Eastern on Clement, the Greek place in Daly City and lots of Russian places. I now have a shopping list for next February but I am still looking for recipes and ideas.
Thank you Juana,
> Date: Tue, 15 Jan 2013 09:00:31 -0800
> From: donnaegreen at yahoo.com
> To: sca-cooks at lists.ansteorra.org
> Subject: [Sca-cooks] Russian sources
> Another possibility for Russian sources, if you can find it, is a book called "Rude and Barbarous Kingdom". It is a collection of reports written by 16th c Englishmen who travelled through Russian scouting out markets, politics, etc. ... basically spying, but in a broad sense. It won't give you specific recipes, but it will tell you some information about food production of the time and place.
> Juana Isabella
> > Date: Mon, 14 Jan 2013 15:17:18 -0700
> > From: Deborah Hammons <mistressaldyth at gmail.com>
> > To: Cooks within the SCA <sca-cooks at lists.ansteorra.org>
> > Subject: [Sca-cooks] Russian sources
> > 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?
> > Aldyth
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