Disputatio:Salsa camelina

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    Liber de coquina BNF Latin 7131 f 98r Pro salsa camelina.jpg

    "Salsa camelina est conditura in arte coquinaria mediaevali saepissime adhibita."—OK, but can it be defined more particularly? We see hints in the second example, which has plenty of problematic letters & abbreviations (including two forms of the letter R), but makes a few things clear: "Pro salsa camelina •~• canelam amigdam cum corio in mortario te(ri)tas et allea (f/s)il' distemperata cum ag~sta l' vino et si amigdam hr~e ut pot(er)is pone crustam panis." So you're grinding cinnamon (canela), maybe almonds (amyg[da]la?), and corium (?) in a mortar, and somehow wine comes into the picture, and then you put some breadcrust somewhere. Is the text correctly transcribed elsewhere? The recipe could be tasty! IacobusAmor (disputatio) 00:08, 23 Iunii 2021 (UTC)Reply[reply]

    I'm expanding all the sauce recipesarticles. I'm collecting the sources (for sauces), adding images, and building up the texts gradually. Progress may be a bit unpredictable but patience will be rewarded :) I want to try this one too.
    The reason for the name, by the way, is that it's camel-coloured. So they say Andrew Dalby (disputatio) 15:57, 23 Iunii 2021 (UTC)Reply[reply]