RE: [Authentic_SCA] period burgers
> well. sort of. in Platina (sorry I don't remember which book. probablyYou are not speaking of "meat in the roman style" or "The Flesh of Veal" from book 6, I presume...
> 8ish, though maybe 5. there is a recipe in there fore appetizers baked on
> coals. Take meat, chop it fine. sprinkle it with fennel and coriander
> and salt. Platina then says to cook it over the coals, but not for too
> long. (YEAH. RARE MEAT!)
Cause neither of these resembles your recipe.
I do not have a copy of Platina, only a few copies of individual recipes.
I would be most delighted to see the recipe. (as would my wife, she would LOVE this one)
Studium doscendi volutate quae cogi non potest constat.