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An English translation, executed directly from the manuscript of an augmented version of al-Baÿ9d§dÊ’s thirteenth-century cookbook, was published in 2001. 68 8. 69 This brief survey of the extant medieval cookbooks clearly shows that al-Warr§q’s book, written in the tenth century, is the earliest cookbook to have come down to us. Its wealth of medieval recipes is an obvious merit, but so are its citations of an extensive number of 65 Edited by MaÈjåb and ö9aãÊb. The first volume of the book is dedicated to culinary history of the Arabs.
Introduction 19 2. The opening section of Chapter 32, which deals with general remarks on muãajjan§t and ãab§hij§t (varieties of braised dishes), is identical with a corresponding passage in the Istanbul manuscript (fol. 47 Min ‘from’ denotes that the reference is to a book. 3. In the Istanbul manuscript (fols. 185r-v), there are recipes in “Chapter on Enhancing Salt, Kuê9§jim” (ﺍﻟﻤﻠﺢ )ﻛﺸﺎﺟﻢ, 48 ﺑﺎﺏ ﻓﻲ ﺗﻄﻴﻴﺐ two of which are identical with al-Warr§q’s salt recipes in Chapter 21. The phrase min nusÕ9atihi ay'an (‘ )ﻣﻦ ﻧﺴﺨﺘﻪ ﺍﻳﻀﺎfrom his copy, too,’ clearly indicates that Kuê9§jim has a cookbook of his own (fol.
104 On such stoves, most of the Abbasid dishes were cooked and the fuel used was mostly firewood and coal. When firewood was used, the non-smoking varieties were preferred. Otherwise smoke would be blown back to the pot and spoil its flavor. Food was cooked in different degrees of heat. High heat required waqÊd ê9adÊd; medium heat, waqÊd mubtadil; and low heat, waqÊd layyin. 107 To keep the food clean while cooking and prevent flies from falling into it after it has been cooked, the pots were kept covered with their own lids and the serving bowls were carried to the table covered, too.