[Sca-cooks] Swan recipes

JIMCHEVAL at aol.com JIMCHEVAL at aol.com
Mon Jan 21 10:27:06 PST 2013

I certainly would have looked in the Florilegium had I seriously been  
looking. It is immensely valuable and was very useful to me long before I (just  
recently) joined this list.
Ironically enough, we are just now having a discussion of irony on-line on  
another list. Since two people now have interpreted my *boutade* as a call 
for a  recipe, let me rather ponderously explain that I was in fact assuming 
MANY  people here know recipes for swan, and so this would be the first 
place to look  for suspects in this rather strange series of theft/murders.
I was, if you will, tweaking this highly specialized group (I tweak often,  
tweet never).
I shall of course be more cautious about doing so in the  future.
Jim  Chevallier

Newly translated from Pierre Jean-Baptiste  Le Grand d'Aussy:
Eggs, Cheese and Butter in Old Regime France  

In a message dated 1/21/2013 12:34:34 A.M. Pacific Standard Time,  
StefanliRous at austin.rr.com writes:

Jim  Chevallier asked:
<<< Hmmm..... What kind of  person might have a recipe for swan? Wherever 
one find such a  person? >>>

Hmmm. Did you think to look in the  Florilegium?

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