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Re: Pie R Square -- Cornbread R Round

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  • kestrel@xxxxx.xxx
    SNIP ... Well Dear Lady,I am drooling in anticipation!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Jeff Powers,A mind like a steel trap:Rusty and illegal in 37 states! ARE YOU
    Message 1 of 13 , May 2, 1999
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      SNIP
      >>References from the cookbooks I have access to here at CW show
      >>that the gentry table breads were usually rolls about fist-sized,
      >>served individually. This was seen as being more refined. Common
      >>bakeries also sold slightly larger rolls ("penny loaves") and
      >>full-sized loaves of bread (a pound or more) which were usually
      >>round but sometimes oval. I haven't found any square-loaf breads
      >>yet, but this does not mean they didn't exist.
      >>Cookbooks: Hannah Glasse (1747 & '96), Martha Washington, Mary
      >>Randolph, etc.
      >>Want any recipes?
      >>YMH&OS,
      >>Lara
      Well Dear Lady,I am drooling in anticipation!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
      Jeff Powers,A mind like a steel trap:Rusty and illegal in 37 states!

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