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honey cakes
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Anyone know of a decent recipe for honey cakes?I think there was a roman cookbook out but I can't remember the name.<br>
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#2
Hi Lawrence<br>
The first book that comes to mind is Apicius by John Edwards<br>
the other is the classical cookbook by Andre Dalby and Sally Grainger. I would also recommend a book that E. Heritage have.<br>
(I will email you the recipe on the understanding that I get to try it)<br>
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hear from you soon Bricca <p></p><i></i>
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Thanks, i'll look forward to receiving that,and i'll let you know if those books have some in.<br>
Lawrence <p></p><i></i>
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Honey nut cakes--page 80 in the classical cookbook <p><img src="http://homepage.ntlworld.com/mark.martin/forum/mark.gif
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