The Original Mediterranean Cuisine - Medieval Recipes for Today (second edition) - Barbara Santich

The Original Mediterranean Cuisine - Medieval Recipes for Today (second edition) - Barbara Santich

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The Original Mediterranean Cuisine - Medieval Recipes for Today (second edition) - Barbara Santich

Barbara Santich [+-]
University of Adelaide
Barbara Santich is Professor Emeritus in the History Department and a culinary historian who initiated post-graduate courses in food history and culture at the University of Adelaide. She is the author of eight books including the award-winning Bold Palates: Australia’s Gastronomic Heritage (2012).

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The Original Mediterranean Cuisine is both culinary history and cookbook, with 70 recipes from fourteenth- and fifteenth-century Catalan and Italian manuscripts, adapted for today’s kitchens. Starting with the natural and cultural affinities of Mediterranean Europe, such that a medieval merchant from Italy could be understood in Marseille and Barcelona, it demonstrates the culinary similarities that differentiated this region from northern Europe. Originally published in 1995, this new edition has been extensively revised and enlarged by a third and is lavishly illustrated with images from medieval texts. It includes new sections on the medieval table and table manners, and discusses the significance of the medieval banquet through a selection of menus.

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Santich, Barbara. Recipe Index. The Original Mediterranean Cuisine - Medieval Recipes for Today (second edition). Equinox eBooks Publishing, United Kingdom. p. 159 Dec 2018. ISBN 9781781796405. https://www.equinoxpub.com/home/view-chapter/?id=37923. Date accessed: 14 Dec 2019 doi: 10.1558/equinox.37923. Dec 2018

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