Re: [sig] Cookbooks
> >If I can find the reference to the extant period Bohemian cookbook,Ok. Here's the cite:
> >can you find out if any reprints of it are available?
> FWIW, the seminal work (no pun intended) seems to have been C'. Zíbrt's
> 1927 "Staroc'eske ume'ni kuchar'ske" ('The old Czech culinary arts"),
> published in Prague. This includes/d extracts or edited texts of:
> numerous - mainly 16th & 17th century - cookbooks.
Kucharstvi (with the crescent over the r and an accent over the i), O. _O
rozlicnych krmech_ [crescent over the c and accent over the y in the
second word, cresent over the e in the third word] (Cookbook. About
Various Foods), Praha 1535.
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