Re: [Authentic_SCA] cookbook recommendations - Italian
- Anyone else ever tried Valhrona?
Marianne Perdomo Machin wrote:
> > Does the best include chocolate? *grin*
> If you like chocolate -and I know you do- yes, it does, most definately. You'll
> have to give me a review of those, by the way... but I ain't telling no more... ;P
> Yours greedily going for a warm cup of Milk with Cadbury's!...
- --- In Authentic_SCA@y..., "Amy L. Hornburg Heilveil" <aheilvei@u...>
> Sunny, you asked for Italian cook books and I forgot to look on theshelf last night so I still don't have the name of the one I bought
for Bogdan this summer past, I'm sorry. However, he did send me this
to pass on......
>Thank you Despina and Bogdan for the info. Unfortunately, now there
are several new books that I have to have (thanks for the link
too!). Fortunately, I have a new job, so I am feeling rich enough to
be able to get at least a couple of them. (and that $40/yard silk
brocade I just found in a local fabric store, sigh).
As for the event, I didn't make the sour cherry pie (couldn't find
any cherries) or the apple fritters (not enough time), but I did find
a period recipie for cherry bread pudding, and adapted it for
apples. It turned out really yummy, and I didn't have that much left
to take home.
Thanks again for all the info. I will still have to try out the
cherry pie sometime, now that it's in my head, I have this huge
craving for it. :)