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INDEX TO PETITS PROPOS CULINAIRES 1-55, A & B

 

Abbott, Edward 28,13; 18,20

'AN ABOMINABLE' CUISINE, Michael Symons 15,34

About John Farley (NQ) 44,61 About John Farley (NQ) 44,61

Abyssinia, raw meat 40,36

The Accomplish'd Lady's Delight, authorship of 9,66The Accomplish'd Lady's Delight, authorship of 9,66

Acton, Eliza 26,37; 28,14
her Bakewell pudding 8,71
her style 5,32

Adlard, David
The Role of Cookery Books in a Professional Kitchen 6,31

aesthetics of food 13,25

Africa
fruits of the Yoruba 28,31
mushrooms of the Yoruba 31,39
West African cooking 5,55
see also News from Africa

agati 30,21

The Age of Wooden Cutting Boards (NQ) 45,62The Age of Wooden Cutting Boards (NQ) 45,62

AGRESTO, Elizabeth David 7,30AGRESTO, Elizabeth David 7,30

ajowan 30,28

alchemy, influence on eating habits 7,17

Alderman's Pudding (NQ) 8,71

Alexandra, Queen 10,32

Algar, Ayla
Bushaq of Shiraz: Poet, Parasite and Gastronome 31,9
A Leg of Lamb and Thou 30,39

Aljure, Suad
Kibbeh Nayeh 2,64

almodrote (capirotada) 12,70; 15,31

almonds 7,18

Altar Breads (NQ) 7,64; 8,71; 10,65

amaranth 27,39; 30,13

AMENDMENTS TO THE ROBERT MAY GLOSSARY, Karen Hess 55,28AMENDMENTS TO THE ROBERT MAY GLOSSARY, Karen Hess 55,28

America/American
Chinese immigrant cookery 7,43
cookery in Philadelphia 10,39; 11,7
dishes from early Mexico 3,33
Indian foods 13,36
influence on Australian food 15,36
influence on Australian food 9,31

THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF WINE AND FOOD, Alan Davidson 10,8

AMONG THE YORUBA MUSHROOM-EATERS, Esther Balogh 31,39AMONG THE YORUBA MUSHROOM-EATERS, Esther Balogh 31,39

And a Sea Pie from France (NQ) 41,68And a Sea Pie from France (NQ) 41,68

And More Worms (NQ) 54,66And More Worms (NQ) 54,66

AND NOW NISHALLA, Charles Perry 48,14AND NOW NISHALLA, Charles Perry 48,14

ANDALUSIAN POYOS, Jo Ann Parvin 21,41ANDALUSIAN POYOS, Jo Ann Parvin 21,41

Andrews, Colman
A Slippery Seafood (NQ) 22,72

Andrews, James M.
Filets de Sole à la Marguery 12,56
Anglo-American Tomato Ketchup (NQ) 40,59

animal food, in Lancashire 42,30

animal-powered machinery 1,30; 3,58

annatto 30,15

Anne Battam's Book (NQ) 29,62

Anne Bowman (NQ) 16,70

Anon
Another Rhubarb Question (NQ) 39,67
Diet of Worms (NQ) 51,66
The Pontefract Liquorice Industry 39,14
Yet More on Worms (NQ) 53,67

ANTIQUARIAN AND SECOND-HAND COOKERY BOOKS: SPECIALIST DEALERS 7,62 (see also 'cookery book dealers')

The Antiquity of Hannah Glasse's Antiquated Sources (NQ) 15,74

aphrodisiacs, see On Aphrodisiacs

Apicius 8,19; 12,37; 25,53

APPASSIONATI DI CUCINE IN NAPLES, Claudia Roden 32,8 APPASSIONATI DI CUCINE IN NAPLES, Claudia Roden 32,8

'Appetite'; (journal) (NQ) 6,70

apple 46,36-8
apple controversy 29,46
apple corers 26,82; 28,61
Apple Scoops (NQ) 28,61
apple-roasters 7,63; 10,66

APPROACHES TO THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF FOOD, APPROACHES TO THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF FOOD, Delwen Samuel 54,12

Arab cookery 2,61
connection with France 4,9
early, and early mss 6,16; 7,63
influence on Europe 6,20
and the mediaeval West 7,13; 8,19

archaeology
Eneolithic bread oven 9,49
in Iceland 4,34
post-mediaeval British finds 15,18

THE ARMY WORM: A FOOD OF THE POMO INDIANS, THE ARMY WORM: A FOOD OF THE POMO INDIANS, S A Barrett 55,41

Arnold, Rose
Manifold Absurdity 39,7
Meg Dods: a character and a cookery book 44,7
Misegun Beans (NQ) 28,62
Significant Cheminots: a detail of food history from Madame Bovary 33,7
Tup's Head, Usquebaugh, and other Gude Vivers: Food in Scott's Rob Roy 37,54

Arnold, Sam
Food and Drink of the Mountain Men 25,27
A Rattle in the Throat: The Unmentionable Cuisine 52,22

L'ART CULINAIRE AND ITS BRITISH CONTEMPORARIES, Stephen Menell 9,44

ART OF COOKERY MADE PLAIN AND EASY 42,7

Arte de Cozinha 41,52

EL ARTE DEL TAPEO, Alicia Rios 27,37

asafetida 30,29

Asbjørnsen, Peter 32,45, 50, 54

Asian Pheasant Recipes (NQ) 49,61

ashure (ashoore) 1,56; 5,68

Athenaeus of Naucratis 26,28; 27,47; 29,37

Atkins, Anne
'We all Want some Figgy Pudding' 12,40

Attar, Dena
A Dabble in the Mystery of Cookery 24,35
Food and Gender (NQ) 30,63
Stale Bread and Economical Rissoles, A Young Bibliographer's Perplexities 22,9

aubergine 1,14; 9,7; 14,45; 30,28

AUBERGINE GRATIN, AUBERGINE GRATIN, Nathan d'Aulnay 1,14

AUBERGINES DURSUN, AUBERGINES DURSUN, Osman Mardin 14,45

Aubrey, John 1,44

Austen, Jane, see Breakfast with Jane Austin

Australasia
3rd Symposium of Australasia
4th Symposium of Australian Gastronomy 31,21
5th Symposium of Australian Gastronomy 35,39
Australian food and cooking 15,34
Australian Gastronomy 26,25
bush food 28,28
carpet bag steak 32,62
marmalade 18,36
Oysters Kilpatrick 32,63
Poorman orange 28,53
symposium 22,30
The English and Australian Cookery Book 28,11
Australia 54,9

Authorship of The Accomplish'd Lady's Delight, 1675 (NQ) 9,66

AUTUMN PRESERVES, Jane Davidson 3,25

AZAROLE, OLEASTER AND JUJUBE, Philip Iddison 48,29

AZTEC CUISINE, PART I, Sophie Coe 19,11

AZTEC CUISINE, PART II, Sophie Coe 20,44

AZTEC CUISINE, PART III, Sophie Coe 21,45

d'Aulnay, Nathan
aubergine gratin 1,14
A Matter of Form; and One of Texture 2,56



Babylonian Recipes (NQ) 41,70

Bagels and Uighur Gerde (NQ) 50,62

Bailey, Nathaniel 1,40; 2,23

Bain, Priscilla
Recounting the Chickens: Hannah further scrutinized 23,28

BAKERS STRIKE AGAIN, Elizabeth David 3,56

Bakewell pudding and tart, earliest recipes 2,72; 5,46; 8,71

Bakewell Pudding: and Spanish Hops (NQ) 2,72

Bakewell Tart (NQ) 8,71

baking, early techniques 1,27

BAKLAVA NOT PROVEN GREEK, Charles Perry 27,47

Balkans
food for longevity in 46,7-10
see also Romania; Trakhanas
Balkans - North Balkan food 9,49
ball for grinding mustard 8,33

Balogh, Esther
Among the Yoruba Mushroom-Eaters 31,39
Encounters and Experiments in Yoruba gardens 28,31
News from Africa 54,22

Bamford, Martin, tribute to 12,59

BANKETTING STUFFE, Elizabeth David 3,39

THE BANQUET OF PHILOXENUS: A NEW TRANSLATION WITH CULINARY NOTES, Andrew Dalby 26,28

barbecue 27,60

Barrett, John H
M. S. Lovell and Edible British Molluscs(1) 9,14

Barrett S A
The Army Worm: A Food of The Pomo Indians 55,41

basil, sweet 30,20

Batchelor, Ray
Fish and Chip Schops (NQ) 31,58
Eating with Mrs Rundell 16,8

Bateman, Michael
Recipes in Verse (NQ) 1,72

'Batler'(NQ) 34,60

Battam, Anne 29,62; 31,60

BATTATAS, Philip and Mary Hyman 4,52

Battenberg Cake (NQ) 15,77

Baum, Caroline
Blackberry Wine, Mead and Cider 9,38

Bauman, James

Les Galettes des Rois: The Eating of Fine Art 27,7

beans 24,42; 25,78-9

beans 4,12

Beans,Water and Flatulence (NQ) 25,79

Beard, J A 19,9

Beard, James
A Tribute to Eleanor Lowenstein 7,7

Beauvilliers 4,52

BEER IN RURAL IRELAND BEFORE 1850, Jillian Strang 17,62

Beeton, Isabella 17,15; 17,32

Bell, Marcus
Jos Cooper: Another Non-Appearance (NQ) 19, 58

Bengal cardamom 30,30

Benghiat, Suzy
Kishk (NQ) 19,61

BENSON E.HILL AND THE EPICURE'S ALMANAC OF 1841, Bridget Ann Henisch 24,15

Benporat, Claudio
A Discovery at the Vatican - The First Italian Treatise on the Art of the Scalco (Head Steward) 30,41
Queries about Italian Cookbooks (NQ) 30,63

betel pepper 30,24

bibliography projects 1,68; 2,71; 6,1; 8,73

Bibliography of Australian Cookery Books (NQ) 20,75

Billingsgate, old prints of 7,66

bird pepper 30,27

Bishop, James
Loon Stew 9,63

bitter melon or gourd 30,17

black cumin 30,25

'BLACK' CUMIN (NQ) 54,64

black nightshade 30,28

Black, Maggie
Figgy Pudding (NQ) 13,77
George Orwell on Food 17,65
Seventeenth Century Chocolate 14,48

BLACKBERRY WINE, MEAD AND CIDER, Caroline Baum 9,38

Blanc, Raymond
Three Scientific Questions (NQ) 22,72

blancmange 4,17

Blomfield, Juliet
Bird's Custard Powder (NQ) 21,70

BLOOD IS FOOD, Birgit Siesby 4,41

Boiled Wheat (and Asure) (NQ) 5,67

Boiled Wheat (NQ) 9,61

Boiled Wheat in Bulgaria (NQ) 2,75

bois de Panama, see A Spicy Mystery

Bolsmann, Diana
And More Worms (NQ) 54,66

Bond, Robert E

'Black Cumin' (NQ) 54,64

Rau Ram 51,47

Bond, Robert E.
Bone apple-corers (NQ) 26,82
Epazote 30,45
Southeast Asian Herbs and Spices in California 30,11

Book Review (NQ) 20,74

BOOKISH COMMENTS FROM THE CHÂTEAU DU FEŸ, Anne Willan and Mark Cherniavsky 51,51

BOOKS I'VE BEEN READING RECENTLY, Jane Levi 54,48

Books on Mexican Cookery (NQ) 6,70

BOOKS I'VE BEEN READING RECENTLY, Barbara Santich 55,45

BOTANICAL AND PHARMACOLOGICAL COMMENTS, Professor Arthur Tucker 48,13

BOTANISTS AT THE DINNER TABLE, Ian Jackson 6,28

boudoir biscuits 49,42-5; 50,63; 51,63; see also Lange Vingers

'BOUDOIR' AND BISCUIT CHAMPAGNE (NQ) 51,63

bouillabaisse 29,26; 33,63

box thorn 30,27

Bradley, Mrs Martha
The British Housewife 54,40

Bradley, Mrs Martha 26,45; 33,11

Bradley, Richard 4,76

Brazier, la Mère 4,28

bread
altar bread 7,64; 8,71; 10,65
Aztec 21,56
buckwheat cornbread 19,23
holes in ~ 50,61 (see also The Chekich)
holy 8,72
hot, sweet smell of 5,69
Hungarian 22,75
North Balkans BC 5000, in 9,49
oatbread 20,31
Russia, in 8,41; 9,65
simnel 19,50
see also: bagels, matzoth

bread ovens, in ancient Near East 42 45

Bread Baking in Hungary (NQ) 22,75

BREAD AND MILK, Damaris Hayman and Barbara Sobey 27,21

Breadmaking in Afghanistan (NQ) 32,60

BREAKFAST WITH JANE AUSTEN, Eileen White 47,43

Brears, Peter
Apple Scoops (NQ) 28,61
The Chekich in England 51,37
Of Funeral Biscuits 18,9
Of Lumpydicks and Pandywaff 6,53
Transparent Pleasures - the Story of the Jelly: Part One 53,8
Transparent Pleasures - the Story of the Jelly: Part Two 54,25
Whereabouts of A Manuscript Recipe Book of 1683 (NQ) 46,49
Yule-Doos, Pop-Ladies and Pig-Hogs 44,26

BRÈDES AND BREDIE (NQ) 55,62

Brissenden, A T
'Batler' (NQ) 34,60

Britain
apple controversy 29,46
apples 20,7
Christmas pudding 23,13
cranes 25,54
flowers in cookery 20,60
funeral biscuits 18,9
George Orwell 17,65
Kidder, Edward 32,35
Marshall, Agnes B 35,64
pots and pans (18th c) 26,40
scholars' meals at St Andrew's (16th c) 28,40
sherbert sweets 35,31
simnel cakes 19,46; 20,76-7
some regional cakes 35,50
swans 24,26
truffles and morels in 18th c recipes 33,11
udder eating in the Pennines 26,60

BRITAIN'S MEDITERRANEAN EMPIRE, Alice Wooledge Salmon & Hugo Dunn-Meynell 10,34

British Museum 37,44

THE BRITISH HOUSEWIFE, Mrs Martha Bradley 54,40

Brocard, Franois
The Haricot of Mutton: An Arabic Origin (NQ) 51,62

Brogden, Jo
A Trio of Unconnected Queries (NQ) 27,59
Broken Books and Odd Volumes Swap Shop (NQ) 44,59

Brown, Catherine
Tidings from Lithuania 48,37

Brown, Deni
Taro: the Root that Launced a Thousand Ships 28,7

Brown, Lynda
Elder: 'A good udder to dinner' 26,60
How old is Summer Pudding? (NQ) 18,69
Hullua (NQ) 16,69
A Sinking Problem? (NQ) 29,61
Spring Soup (NQ) 27,57
Two Notes on Beans 24,42
Uses of Vine Leaves? (NQ) 30,62
A Winged Epicure, some Preliminary Findings 22,20

Brown, Robert
Cooks, Cookery Writers, Restaurateurs for the New Dictionary of National Biography (NQ) 46,44

Brunner, Hugo
Animal-powered Machinery (NQ) 3,58

A BUCKWHEAT CORNBREAD TO HAVE WITH CHEESE, Matt Lewis 19,23

Buddhist dietary practice (Japan) 14,9

BUDDHIST ATTITUDES TOWARDS FOOD: aspects of tradition and practice in South East Asia, Anthony Christie 35,23

buffalo 25,29

Bulgarian cooking 1,54; 2,75; 5,66
past and present 7,32
see also Balkans

Bunyard, Edward 20,12

Burghul in Tabbouleh (NQ) 7,66

Burmese cooking 1,65

Burr, Fearing 27,21

BUSH FOOD, Barbara Santich 29,28

BUSHAQ OF SHIRAZ: POET, PARASITE AND GASTRONOME, Ayla Algar 31,9

Butter on Bread: and Something on Marmalade (NQ) 27,62-3

Buxton, Moira
The Evolution of Bakewell Tart 5,46

BY THE BATHS OF CARACALLA: A MAJOR RESOURCE FOR FOOD HISTORIANS UNVEILED, Alan Davidson 51,27

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