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Was there a recipe for Korean ginseng?

Trambaiolo, Daniel (24 mars 2015)

By Daniel Trambaiolo Ginseng, one of the best known drugs of the East Asian herbal tradition, can be purchased today almost anywhere in the world, but in the early modern period its availability was much more limited. The roots of Panax ginseng could be harvested only from its natural ecological ...

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Eat Your Primary Sources! Or, Teaching the Taste of History

amandaeherbert (6 sept. 2016)

[This post is part of The Recipe Project's annual Teaching Series.  In this entry, Ian Mosby discusses his work in teaching food history -- and in particular, the culinary history of Canada during the second World War -- at the University of Guelph.  This entry has been cross-posted in ...

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Collaboration in the Production of Recipe Books

szweifel (5 juin 2014)

By Simone Zweifel Printed recipe books in the sixteenth and seventeenth century were often compilations of recipes copied out of already existing books or manuscripts. I use "recipe book” as an umbrella term to bring together Books of Secrets, cookery books, and other recipe books. Johann Jacob ...

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Medicine as an Exact Science

hkucuk (20 févr. 2014)

By B. Harun Küçük From Hayatizade Mustafa Feyzi. The Physician’s Handbook regarding the Balance of Composites = The Düsturü'l Tabib fi Mizanü'l-Terkib (172?) [Nuruosmaniye MS 3602, Süleymaniye Library] Translation of the chart above. Please note the change in the direction of the text. ...

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The Politics of Food: Food in History at the Anglo-American Conference 2013

Rich, Rachel (25 juil. 2013)

Editors' note: This is our second conference report on the Anglo-American Conference 2013. Sally Osborn's post considers the domestic and institutional spaces of food. By Rachel Rich I started working on food history in 1996. People often smirked when I mentioned it. It seemed like a little topic, ...

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Translating Recipes 13: Recipes in Time and Space, Part 7 – BETWEEN 2

Nappi, Carla (5 janv. 2016)

[This is the second of a three-part posting on BETWEEN-ness in recipes and their translation. For the first part, see here.] Happy new year, readers of the Translating Recipes series! When last we met, I was telling you about the latest exploration of “Recipes in Time and Space” with some early ...

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A medicine for the Archduchess of Innsbruck

Fransen, Sietske (10 mars 2016)

By Sietske Fransen, with Saskia Klerk. Two months ago Saskia Klerk discussed a recipe for the breaking of a bladder stone. It seems that the author of manuscript BPL3606 included this recipe into his collection because of the wonderful curative properties it proved to possess according to the ...

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Bright Red, Dark Red: Coral's Color-Coded Virtues

Park, Jennifer (28 mars 2017)

By Jennifer Park I have long wanted to explore the fascination with coral as an ingredient in the history of science and medicine. Laurence Totelin wonderfully began her post on the use of coral in an ancient amulet by placing coral “centre stage,” noting its curious and complex categorization ...

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The Long Boil: Recipes for Ale and Beer in late Seventeenth-century England

Leong, Elaine (4 juin 2015)

By Elaine Leong I read Marieke’s recent post on beer as medicine with great interest. Like many of you out there, I’m a lover of all things ale and beer and was cheered both to learn about medicinal beer and to find ever more reasons to visit our local biergarten. Coincidentally, I have also ...

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English Gingerbread Old and New

Leong, Elaine (21 déc. 2012)

By Stephen Schmidt Food writers who rummage in other people’s recipe boxes, as I am wont to do, know that many modern American families happily carry on making certain favorite dishes decades after these dishes have dropped out of fashion, indeed from memory. It appears that the same was true of a ...

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