I love the Gode Cookery site. They have a Yahoo group as well, although it's not very active. I used some of their info in school, actually, and used it as a source for various papers in both undergrad and graduate courses with no issues from professors. I have found that their recipes are often quite period, and I like their Byzantine recipes for their authentic ingredients. I think they are a great source for medieval recipes.
On Thu, 27 Jun 2013 15:30:23 -0400, J. C. Smith <JSmithCSA@...> wrote:
I found this website today and some of these recipes look pretty tasty. Can someone more knowledgeable about food than I take a look to see how Byzantine-ish they are? All I do is eat the stuff -- cooking is usually left to those who do it better than me.
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JEFFREY C. SMITH
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