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INDEX TO PETITS PROPOS CULINAIRES 1-55, N, O, P, Q & R

 

'NANAIMO BAR'; 'LONDON FOG BAR' (NQ) 51,64

'Nau de Morue': A Puzzle Solved (NQ) 10,62

'necromancer' 13,22

Negruzzi, Costache 35,7

Nelson, Dawn and Douglas
Why Huss? Or Uss? (NQ) 6,67
Huss and Us (NQ) 9,64

Netherlands
cranes 25,57
food during World War II 12,14
Frisian kitchens 39,52
koek 21,67
peacocks 36,12
swans 24,27
wartime food 18,61
see also: Witteveen, Joop

New Orleans, Creole cuisine 41,24

New Zealand spinach 30,13

NEW LIGHT ON EDWARD KIDDER'S RECEIPTS, Simon Varey 39,46

Newly Published in Italy (NQ) 28,56

NEWS FROM AFRICA, Esther Balogh 54,22

Niel, Eloise Smith van
The Colonial Kitchen of the Dutch in Java 55,12

Nigeria, see News from Africa

Noble, John
Mrs Mary Cole's Disappearing Frenchman (NQ) 40,62

NO FELLOW, Elizabeth David 2,66

No hoax (NQ) 16,66

No it wasn't Bouillabaisee… (NQ) 33,63

NON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES IN NINETEENTH CENTURY RUSSIA, Graham Dix 10,21

'NONDESCRIPT GALLIMAUFRIES' OR SOPHISTICATED SPICINGS? A REVALUATION OF MEDIAEVAL CUISINE, Barbara Santich 51,15

noodles
origins 9,42
in Persia 10,46
as translation of tracta 12,37
in Xinjiang 15,29
(see also: pasta)

NO OTHER PLACE LIKE SMITH'S, Donna McDonald 49,35

North America
funeral biscuits 20,75
Harriet Beecher Stowe 24,32
marmalade 18,35
Rocky Mountain cookery 25,27

NORTHERN BOUNTY CONFERENCES (NQ) 55,62

Norwak, Mary
extract of letter from 2,66
Boiled Wheat in Bulgaria (NQ) 2,75

THE NORWEGIAN PORRIDGE FUED, Astri Riddervold and Andreas Ropeid 32,45

NORWEGIAN GASTRONOMIC LITERATURE: THE EARLIEST PERIOD, FROM 1760 TO 1814, Hroar Dege 19,27

Notaker, Henry
Iceland's First Cookbook and the Mystery of its Author 34,13
Romania: Cooking, Literature and Politics - A Cookbook from Moldava, 1841 35,7
Russian Cook-Books Before 1800 37,7

A Note about Bibliographical Work (NQ) 2,71

Notes on a Spanish Thistle (NQ) 22,77

NOTES FOR A STUDY OF SECTARIAN COOKERY IN LEBANON, Furugh Hourani 23,42

NOTES ON FOOD AND DRINK IN LANCASHIRE AND OTHER NORTHERN COUNTIES, Charles Roeder 40,21; 42,30

NOTES ON PERSIAN PASTA, Charles Perry 10,48

NOTES ON THE USES OF SOAPWORT, Patience Gray 48,11

NUT OILS OF BERRY, Jane Grigson 9,19

nutmeg 24,57; 26,81; 28,59

nuts, in Turkey 5,37

Nyland(t), Petrus 11,51


Ohnuma, Keiko
Curry Rice: Gaijin Gold 52,8

oats, in Yorkshire 6,53

O'Brien, Rita
Saunders 23,13

O'Drisceoil, Diarmuid A
An Experiment in Bronze Age Cooking: The Fulacht Fiadh, Castlemary 1993 45,43

OF CARP AND CALIPHS, David Waines 10,41

OF FUNERAL BISCUITS, Peter C D Brears 18,9

OF LUMPYDICKS AND PANDYWAFF, Peter Brears 6,53

O'Hara-May, Jane
The Moleschott figures 16,42

oils
nut 9,19
olive, Tuscan 7,8; 8,70; 36,49

OLD BODROW'S JAMBALAYA, Porter Thompson 15,14

OLDEST 'THE MEDITERRANEAN NOODLE: A CAUTIONARY TALE, Charles Perry 9,42

Old German cookery books (NQ) 17,70

Old Prints of Billingsgate (NQ) 7,66

oleaster, see Azarole etc

Olin, not Sandwich? (NQ) 49,59

Olive Oil and Agresto Illustrations (NQ) 8,70

OLIVE GROWING AT POGGIO LAMENTANO, Michael Zyw 36,49

Oliver, Sandra L
Food History News (NQ) 34,61

'Olivia' 25,73

'Olivia' on Burmese Cooking (NQ) 1,72

Olney, Richard
To Make Strawberry Jame 5,11
Stacked Omeletee 8,18
Terrines 7,26

Omelette Gargamelle (NQ) 39,71

ON APHRODISIACS, Lesley Chamberlain 55,8

On Black Bread: and Mustards (NQ) 9,65

On Chocolate and Peppers (NQ) 15,76

On the Cocido Madrileño (NQ) 19,56

ONE LUMP OR TWO? TEA CONSUMPTION IN 18TH-CENTURY BRITAIN, Simon Varey 52,16

ON ESCABECHE (AND CEVICHE), bARBARA sANTICH 20,17

ON THE ETYMOLOGY OF 'LOSANGE', Professor Maxime Rodinson 23,15

ON EXOTIC FRUITS, Esteban Pombo-Villar 38,50

ON KULICH, Sophie Coe 12,19

ON LONG-COOKED EGGS, Harold McGee 50,46

On Nutmeg (NQ) 24,57; 26,81

On Raymond Blanc's Lobster Problem (NQ) 23,61

ON SWANS, CRANES AND HERONS: PART 1, SWANS, Joop Witteveen 24,22

ON SWANS, CRANES AND HERONS: PART II, CRANES, Joop Witteveen 25,50

ON SWANS, CRANES AND HERONS, PART III, HERONS, Joop Witteveen 26,65

On Tempeh and 'urine yeast' (NQ) 27,56

ON THE FRINGES OF HISTORY: FOOD AND EATING HABITS IN THE BANAT, Doina and Nicolae Harsanyi 47,22

On Thria (NQ) 31,56

ON TRANSLATING RUMOHR, Barbara Yeomans 36,7

On Udder (NQ) 30,60

OPERATION MULBERRY, Elizabeth David 2,8

The Operation of Smokejacks (NQ) 2,75

Orange Fingers (NQ) 36,59

oranges
counterfeit 3,19
in the medieval West 3,20

ORIENTAL BANQUETS, Gillian Goodwin 48,51

Origin of Crême Brulée (NQ) 30,63; 31,61

Origins of Haggis and Steak and Kidney Pudding (NQ) 30,59

THE ORIGINS OF SALTDOUGH, Stephen Cox (NQ) 47,62

Ortiz, Elisabeth Lambert
Coriander 1,18
José Wilson 7,59
Mole Poblano and Turkey 3,33
Speculations on Peppers 6,47

Orwell, George 17,65

Orwell on Food (NQ) 23,78

Our Mysterious Frontispiece, The Editors (NQ) 52,62

ovens 1,33

Owen, Sri
Primitive Plagiarism Displayed 32,19
Tempe: A Javanese Health Food Comes West 5,13

OXFORD SYMPOSIA, The Editors 11,55

Oxford Symposium 1988 (NQ) 27,54

Oxford Symposium 1990 (NQ) 33,58

Oxford Symposium 1994 (NQ) 45,60

THE OXFORD SYMPOSIUM 1994, Paul Levy 48,7

OXFORD SYMPOSIUM SEPTEMBER 1981, The Editors 6,8; 9,52

Oysters Kilpatrick (NQ) 32,63

 

pear, see Formulae Most Secret

A POSTSCRIPT FROM THE UAE, Philip Iddison 48,11

A Pagination Puzzle (NQ) 11,65

Palmeri, Robert J
Bughul in Tabbouleh (NQ) 7,66

PAPEDA DINGIN, PAPEDA DINGIN…NOTES ON THE CULINARY USES OF PALM SAGO IN THE CENTRAL MOLUCCAS, Roy Ellen and Nicola Goward 16,28

Parvin, Jo Ann
Andalusian Poyos 21,41

Pascarelli, Anne M
Some Treasures in the New York Academy of Medicine Library 22,58

PASCHAL PIZZA FROM THE ABRUZZI, Georgina Mason 4,32

passion fruit 10,29

A PASSIONATE AFFAIR, Joy Davies 10,29

pasta
banned by Futurists 11,42
early macaroni 9,43
in Persia 10,48
Russian 8,46
(see also under noodles)

pasta (how much water?) 29,61

pasta, as victual for seamen 40,43

pastry
puff 17,59
short 19,58

The Patent Conjurer (NQ) 38,67

'PATTY PAN' BIRCH, THE EMPEROR OF LONDON, Bridge Ann Henisch 36,21

PDT in Indiana (NQ) 16,68

Peachey, Stewart
Greyhill Historical Farm 37,51

peacocks 36,10

peacocks, culinary history of 32,23

PEAR AND WATERCRESS SOUP, Jeremiah Tower 1,42

pemmican 25,28

penix of ox or bull 27,50

Pensado, Eulalia
The Earliest Portuguese Cookery Book Examined, (with Alan Davidson) 41,51

peppers
a fifth peppercorn? 12,71
in chocolate 15,76
long pepper 6,50; 7,64; 12,72; 15,77
origins 6,47
red peppercorns 9,61
in South Italy 6,9

perilla (beefsteak plant) 30,20

Perry, Charles
And Now Nishalla 48,14
Baklava not proven Greek 27,47
The Chekich 48,25
'Curing' Salad Bowls (NQ) 27,58
Egg-yolks and Arabs (NQ) 29,61
Ethiopia: A Culinary Profile 49,39
Ful Medames, (with Peter Heine, Russell Harris and Eva Kurtze) 43,47
Frumenty (NQ) 4,75
Going Wild at Oxford 54,38
Isfidhabaj, Blancmanger and No Almonds 31,25
Jujubes in Mongolia (NQ) 49,59
Kitab al-ibakhah: A Fifteenth Century Cookbook 21,17
Long Pepper (NQ) 7,64
A Mongolian Dish 19,53
Mulberries and Asia Minor (NQ) 4,75
Notes on Persian Pasta 10,48
The Oldest Mediterranean Noodle: a Cautionary Tale 9,42
Preserved Lemons 50, 22
Puff paste is Spanish 17,57
The al of the Infidenls 26,55
Shorba: A Linguistic-chemico-culinary Inquiry 7,23
Three Notes: Oriental and Levantine 15,29
Tracta, Trahanas, Kishk (NQ) 14,58
Trakhanas Revisited 55,34
What Was Tracta? 12,37

The Perry Problem: Salad Bowls (NQ) 28,63

Persia
early noodle dishes 10,48
kashk (kishk) 14,58

PERU: THE INCA AND THE SPANIARDS, Sphie Coe 37,27

peté 30,20

Peterson, James
A Home-made Truffler (NQ) 13,75
Lavandade (NQ) 17,68

pewter, in ice cream making 3s,1

Pewter and Pears (NQ) 45,61

PHOTOGRAPHER'S CHEESECAKE, B A Henisch 17,38

Pie Crust Decorations (NQ) 26,79

pipkin 12,51

Pisanelli, Baldassare, on use of snow 3,13

Pish Pash (NQ) 34,62

Pish-Pash (NQ) 35,65

plagiarism 42,7; 43,34

plagiarism in cookery books 2,48; 13,10; 14;25

Plat, Sir Hugh 40,43

plov 16,21-2

POCKET KNIVES AT TABLE? WHATEVER NEXT, Simon Moore 16,35

POFFERTJES (aka BOLLEBUISJES), Joop Witteveen 49,27

politics and food 40,7

Pollard, H M
Tous les mois (NQ) 17,68

Pollard, Helen
More on Seafood and Oranges (NQ) 30,59
Simnel Cakes (NQ) 20,76

Pombo-Villar, Dr Esteban
On Exotic Fruits 38,50
Wooden Cutting Boards Safer Than Plastic Ones? (NQ) 44,60

Pombo-Villar, Esteban, see A Spicy Mystery

Pontefract 39,14

THE PONTEFRACT LIQUORICE INDUSTRY, Anon 39,14

The Poorman Orange (NQ) 28,53

Popcorn (NQ) 55,63

poppy seeds 30,23

porridge, in Lancashire 40,21

Portugal, earliest cookery book 41,52

POSSIBLE FUTURE BIBLIOGRAPHIES OF COOKERY BOOKS, Alan Davidson 1,68

Postcards and Edible Hats (NQ) 25,74

POSTCARDS AND LEAFLETS, Rosemary Hill 23,7

Potash and Hartshorn Salt (NQ) 21,66

potato, in Lancashire 42,30

potato pudding 45,23

potato, sweet 4,52

A Potter's Beans (NQ) 25,78

Poubelles de Table (NQ) 11,66 (and see 12,68; 13,74; 14,60; 21,71)

PPC, review of 1-42 43,51

PRESERVED LEMONS, Charles Perry 50,22

preserves, medieval Arab 8,19

Preston, John F
The Preston Collection 5,41

THE PRESTON COLLECTION, John F Preston 5,41

Price, Pamela Vandyke
Gastronomic Mysteries 13,66
Martin Bamford, M.W., … 1940-1982 1,59
Poubelles de Table (NQ) 12,66

Primitive Cookery 21,63

PRIMITIVE PLAGIARISM DISPLAYED, Sri Owen 32,19

PRINCE ECKEMBERGH COMES TO DINNER: FOOD AND POLITICAL PROPAGANDA IN THE 17TH CENTURY, Peter Rietberen 15,45

Proceedings of the Turkish International Food Congress (NQ) 29,62

A Professional Pickle for Sturgeon, Prior to 1736 (NQ) 36,64

publications of interest

European Wine and Food 22,7

La Gola 22,8

Simple Cooking 17,8

The Three-Course Newsletter 25,62

PUDDINGS AS LOVE-OFFERINGS, Barbara Sobey & Damaris Hayman 47,18

PUFF PASTE IS SPANISH, Charles Perry 17,57

THE PROSPECT BEHIND US, Alan Davidson 47,32

THE PROSPECT BEHIND US, Part Two: how it all worked, Alan Davidson 48,41

Quince Questions (NQ) 44,60

qamhiyya (Lebanese dish) 4,76

QUEEN VICTORIA AT TABLE, Anon 46,11

Queries about Italian Cookbooks (NQ) 30,63

Quest-Ritson, Brigid
George IV's Potted Charr (NQ) 19,60

quiche 2,18; 4,27

QUIZZING GLASSE: OR HANNAH SCRUTINIZED, Jennifer Stead (in two parts) 13,9; 14,17

 

Rabaton (NQ) 26,78; 30,61

Raffald, Elizabeth 1,9; 3s,18; 7,57; 42,7

Raleigh, Sir Walter 5,7

Ranelagh Cake (NQ) 20,78

range, kitchen 1,31, 34

A RATTLE IN THE THROAT: THE UNMENTIONABLE CUISINE, Sam Arnold 52,22

rau giép a 30,26

rau kinh giöi 30,19

rau râm 30,25

RAU RAM, Robert E Bond 51,47

raw meat 40,36

Reavell, Cynthia
Food in the Mapp and Lucia Novels 41,15

Receipts of Pastry and Cookery 39,46

Recipe for Karnatzlach (NQ) 45,63

Recipes in verse (NQ) 1,72

RECOUNTING THE CHICKENS: HANNAH FURTHER SCRUTINIZED, Priscilla Bain 23,38

Red Peppercorns (NQ) 9,61

RED PEPPERCORNS - WHAT THEY REALLY ARE, Alexandra Hicks 10,11

Redwood, Jean
Chekhov and Food 30,34

Reeve, Lovell Augustus (conchologist and author) 10,61

Reflections on Persian Cookery (NQ) 31,58

Renaissance Banquets and Festivities (NQ) 36,59

Reprints of Old Cookery Books (NQ) 6,69

REPRINTS OF OLD GERMAN COOKERY BOOKS, Uta Schumacher-Voelker 7,47

REPRINTS OF OLD ITALIAN BOOKS ON COOKERY AND FOOD, Carlo Mussa 16,49

Research on Saffron (NQ) 42,66

restaurants
class on botany of Boston ~ 6,68
decline of cooking in French ~ 4,24
in Hong Kong 13,42
in Istanbul 14,45


rhubarb 26,79; 31,60

Rhubarb and Meringue Topping (NQ) 39,67

rice
curry 52,8
in medieval Arab cookery 7,16
purple (NQ) 49,61; 50,63

Richardson, Louise A
Joseph Cooper, Chief Cook to Charles I 18,40

Riddervold, Astri and Ropeid, Andreas
The Norwegian Porridge Feud 32,45

Riely, Elizabeth
Harriet Beecher Stowe in the Kitchen 24,32

Rietbergen, Peter
Prince Eckembergh Comes to Dinner 15,45

Riks, Dolf
The Elusive Olivia (NQ) 25,73
On Tempeh and 'Urine Yeast' (NQ) 27,56

Riley, Gillian
Renaissance Banquets and Festivities (NQ) 36,59
What Was the Old Woman Doing? or, What Velasquez was really showing us 50, 8

Rios, Alicia
The Cocido Madrileno; A Case of Culinary Adhocism 18,19
El Arte del Tapeo 27,37
Postcards and Edible Hats (NQ) 25,74

THE RISE AND FALL OF BRITAIN'S FIRST FOOD COLLECTION, H G Muller 37,44

RISE AND FALL 'THE OF HOME-MADE ANGLO-AMERICAN TOMATO KETCHUP, Andrew F Smith 39,35

ROARING FOR MUSTARD, William Tullberg 8,29

ROASTING YOUR OWN COFFEE, Ralph Hancock 4,21

Rob Roy 37,54

Roberts, Hugh
A Discovery in Bath (NQ) 17,69

Roberts, Hugh, collection of old kitchen equipment 15,60

Robinson, Cyril D
Bagels and Uighur Gerde (NQ) 50,62

rock 49,22-6

Roden, Claudia
Appassionati di Cucina in Naples 32,8
Diaspora Cooking (NQ) 1,72
Early Arab Cooking and Cookery Manuscripts 6,16
Symposia in Turkey and Spain 18,29

Rodgers, Mrs M J
More on Long Pepper (NQ) 12,72

Rodinson, Professor Maxime
Ma'muniyya East and West 33,15
On the Etymology of 'Losange' 23,15
Romania and Other Arab Words in Italian 34,31

Rodinson, Professor Maxime 6,16; 8,27

Rodrigues: A Bibliographical Correction (NQ) 42,64

Rodrigues, Domingos 41,52

Roeder, Charles
Notes on Food and Drink in Lancashire and Other Northern Counties 40,21; 42,30

THE ROLE OF COOKERY BOOKS IN A PROFESSIONAL KITCHEN, David Adlard 6,31

Roman butchery 52,38-47

Romania
culinary nationalism of 35,7
food habits in the Banat 47,22-31

ROMANIA AND OTHER ARAB WORDS IN ITALIAN, Professor Maxime Rodinson (translator: Barbara Inskip) 34,31

ROMANIA: COOKING, LITERATURE AND POLITICS - A Cookbook from Moldava, 1841, Henry Notaker 35,7

Root, Waverley, tribute to 13,7

ROSE SUGAR AND OTHER MEDIEVAL SWEETS, Joop Witteveen 20,22

rosewater 8,21

Rossini 24,38

ROUSSEAU'S PHILOSOPHY OF FOOD, Lesley Chamberlain 21,9

Rubinstein, Helge
Material on Chocolate (NQ) 2,71

RUM-CAKE, BABA AU RHUM, J Peter Maher 9,22

Rumford, Count 1,35

Rumohr, Karl Friedrich Freiherr von 36,7

RUMOHR AND THE GASTRONOMIC CANON, Michael Symons 47,48

Rumpoldt, Max 24,23,28; 25,57

Rumpolt, Max 6,37; 7,48(1)

Runcival Peas (NQ) 27,54; 28,59

Runcival Peas and Misegun Beans (NQ) 29,59

Rundell, Mrs 16,8

Russia
Chekhov and Food 30,34
concepts of food and cooking 8,41
cookbooks 37,7
gastronomic writing 14,32
kulich 12,19
kvas 10,21
Molokhovets, Elena 43,53
nineteenth century table 28,22; 32,11
non-alcoholic beverages 10,21
tea-drinking 4,60; 10,24
use of samovar 4,57

RUSSIAN COOK-BOOKS BEFORE 1800, Honry Notaker 37,7

Rutledge, Sarah, The Carolina Housewife (NQ) 6,69

 

1. Rumpoldt or Rumpolt ??