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Concordance of English recipes; thirteenth to fifteenth centuries.

9780866983570

Concordance of English recipes; thirteenth to fifteenth centuries.

Hieatt, Constance B. and Terry Nutter.

ACMRS

2006

135 pages

$29.00

Paperback

Medieval and renaissance texts and studies; v.312

TX717

Covering everything from soup to nuts and from acorn pottage to buttered worts, this concordance from the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies contains recipes recorded in England in the 13th, 14th and 15th centuries, the earliest English recipes on record. The recipes are listed under their titles as they appear in the source manuscripts, collated in order alphabetically under their lemmatized recipe names. The glossary and cross-indexing make this reference easy to use.

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