Re: [cooking_rumpolt] Ochsen 73
>Eingemacht as you say means preserved or pickled. I also looked up theI wonder if it could simply mean "from the pantry"?
>versions of gemach - convenient easy (a gemächer is a chamber, room or
>closet - maybe a pantry reference?). Gemächte is a handiwork, thing
>framed, workmanship which implies to me the meaning of a preparation.
- The MDZ (Münchener Digitalisierungszentrum) includes copies of the
1544 and 1537 Koch- und Kellerey von allen Speisen. See
On Feb 7, 2011, at 7:42 PM, wheezul@... wrote:
> And the wine/beer/vinegar section at the back seem to be the same as
> "Koch- und Kellerey von allen Speisen". I noted it when I was
> looking for
> vinegar recipes. The earliest edition I have on hand is 1544 (you can
> find it on BSB). I'm starting to wonder how much crossover there is
> between Rontzier and Rumpolt but a preliminary check shows no Igel.
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