5342Re: Dried Laurel and Myrtle Berries
- May 6, 2013Hi Lori,
That sounds interesting ... I haven't seen anything about this on the CHoNC list ... when and where?
Do you want California Bay Laurel or European Laurel? The local Bay Laurel is easy to find fresh and can then be tried.
--- In Apicius@yahoogroups.com, "LoriT" <ltishgart@...> wrote:
> Hi Everyone!
> Some of us here in the San Francisco Bay Area are planning an event (in conjunction with the Culinary Historians of Northern California) and getting set to prepare a Roman feast in a couple of weeks. I have been at the computer all day looking for dried Laurel and Myrtle berries and can't find them anywhere to purchase!
> Does anybody know a source?
> And while I am at it, does anyone have a source for lovage seeds in large enough quantities to cook with?
> Thank you so much in advance for your help, Lori
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