5344Re: [Apicius] Dried Laurel and Myrtle Berries
- May 6, 2013They are not cheap, but here's an online source for Bay Laurel Berries.
And here is a source for dried myrtle berries
Apparently you can also get them on ebay
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On Sat, May 4, 2013 at 7:26 PM, 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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