Re: [Apicius] Re: Ancient Recipe Redactions Index
- Could I also get a copy of the CD?
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--- conpara2 <pmzaret@...> wrote:
> --- In Apicius@yahoogroups.com, "Xaviar"__________________________________________________
> <medieval_man_inc@y...> wrote:
> > --- In Apicius@yahoogroups.com, "conpara2"
> <pmzaret@c...> wrote:
> > >> I've assembled a master index for about
> 2000 ancient recipe
> > redactions. The categories are: courses,
> types of dishes, ingredients,
> > English titles, Latin/Greek titles, ancient
> sources, modern cookbook
> > sources. If anyone needs assistance finding
> a particular recipe, I'd
> > be glad to help. PhilZ
> > wow would love to have a dvd of that...
> nice work,
> > Xaviar
> Sorry for the delay. Just email me your mailing
> address and I'll send
> you a CD with the Redaction File.
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> Hi: The index has been put into an internet file, the address is:20Redactions%20Index-2.xls
>It has worked, at least for me. It is indeed a normal .xls (Excel) file.
> In my own computer, I have Microsoft Works. I'm using, I believe,
> a "Word" database.
Thank you, Phil.
You have beaten me to it merely for being in a different continent, by
the way. Your last messages with the whole file as an attachment had
successfully transmitted the text as tabulated text, and I was just
about to begin to transform it into an Excel file to upload it to the
Files section of this mailing list's web site when I saw that it had
already been uploaded.
As I said before, it's an impressive index. I am sure that it will be
very useful for me, because I always have troubles thinking up which
recipe to try first. Now, I will look up what I have and just turn to
the appropriate "Ingredient/Type" rows. :-)
All true lovers of coquina Romana owe this gentleman a glass of mulsum
if they are so lucky as to meet him somewhere. ;-)