“The Science of Cooking”

Working Title/Artist: Still Life / Georg FlegelDate: probably ca. 1625–30

I’m very please to be able to host a newly translated cookbook.

Gwyn Chwith ap Llyr (Glenn Gorsuch) had a 16th century Hungarian cookbook translated and has allowed me to host a copy. Enjoy.

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I . WAS . PISSED!

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