Re: [Authentic_SCA] 16th century German cookbooks
- This might not quite be what you're looking for but
here's a great painting of 16th century camplife. Some
of the detail pictures show food and utensils.
Anna de Byxe
"So many books, so little time"
"Anna's Crafts Links Page"
- I suggest going to the group home site and in the database section looking
in the reading list. There are a couple listed there.
Despina de la if anyone has books of interest to add to the reading list,
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>Greetings!Welserin, Rumpolt, and GuterSpice are available in printed form.
>Could anyone recommend 16th century German cookbooks, online or
>offline? I know of Sabine Welserin, but are there others? Are there
>books on German Landsknechts that describe their camp life and food?
>I am trying to research mid 16th century landsknecht food,
>ingredients, drinks and cooking for an A&S competition in October.
There are many online at Thomas Gloning's site.. they are in German,
but if you don't read German, it will give you the names of relevant
cookbooks that you can try searching for.
Giano has translated the Inntall Kochbuch
Buch von Guter Spise
Try searching the Florilegium, here are relevant few files
http://www.silk.net/sirene/medgerm.htm A German Spice Chest
Catrin Von Berlin has translated parts of Rumpolt's Ein New Kochbook,
and has several feasts and other information
parts are transcribed at Dr Gloning's site, and others here
I am working on translating the rest of Rumpolt. Its a very big
cookbook, and if you are looking for something specific, let me know.
As I finish, I'm posting it here. So far only the Soup section, but
more is coming soon.
I hope some of this helps.
- Wow! What a wealth of resources.
Thank you all who replied,
And taste it, however it seems good to you, make it so. Sabina Welserin