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He should be neat and tidy, with a good head of hair, well-combed, short at the back and sides; he should have clean hands, his fingernails should be trimmed, he should wear a white apron; he should not be quarrelsome, he should be sober, submissive, brisk; he should have a good understanding fompendium flavor, a sound knowledge of ingredients and utensils, together with a willingness to serve everyone.
For Czerniecki, “healthy” is often synonymous with “nourishing. Czerniecki was an ennobled burgher who served three generations of the magnate house of Princes Lubomirski as property manager and head chef.
The author was well aware compensium his was the first cookbook in the Polish vernacular, which he made clear in the dedication. The famous Polish pierogi, recognised to be a Polish dish all over the world, have a long history. This, in a way, gift to the reader consists of recipes particularly valued by the author, in which he reveals the secrets of his workmanship.
Oriental spices and fruits, oysters, turtles, snails, caviar, various kinds of meat, fish and various cakes turn out to be popular in the traditional Polish cuisine.
Compendium Ferculorum Or Collection of Dishes – Stanisław Czerniecki – Google Books
The underlying assumption is that they are to be used by a professional ferculorhm rather than a person with little cooking experience. Each chapter, apart from the hundred main dishes, also contains so-called additament supplement of another ten recipes for side dishes to go with the former main dishes.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Printed Sources ] in Polish. For over a century after its first edition, Compendium ferculorum remained the only printed cookbook in Polish. In the late 17th century, Compendium ferculorum was anonymously translated into Russian as Povarennaya kniga Cookery Book.
Polish cuisine according to Fercjlorum The author of the first Polish cookbook considered himself to be an artist and literary man.
The juice was collected in a glass dish and it was also important to throw a string of pearls and golden ducat into it. The mixture, made of all sorts of roasted meat, was served to the patient immediately after boiling.
It also served as an inspiration for the portrayal of an Old Polish banquet in Pan Tadeuszthe Polish national epic. Compendium ferculorum albo Zebranie potraw.
Translated by Czuchra, Agnieszka; Czuchra, Maciej. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Such a broth the blood purges, improving one’s healthFollowed by other dishes, but who can them tell! Czerniecki wrote it in his capacity as head chef at the court of the house of Lubomirski and dedicated compdndium to Princess Helena Tekla Lubomirska.
The bundle was put in a pot filled with water, which had to be cold, and boiled for four hours. Among the forgotten dishes of the old Polish cuisine, a special place was occupied by the capon, the object of …. Scattered Recipes from the 16th—18th Centuries: Roasted beef and mutton was also added.
Healthy old Polish cuisine
The recipe for stewed meat in saffron sauce, cited below, is typical is this regard. Archived from the original on This work is in the public domain in its country of origin and other countries and areas frrculorum the copyright term is the author’s life plus 70 years or less.
The author of the first Polish cookbook considered compendiuk to be an artist and literary man. He believed that the recipe “was very good and proven to do good for the seriously ill who feared for their life.
compemdium It was characterized by generous use of vinegar, sugar and exotic spices, as well as preference for spectacle over thrift. Here the Tribunequite done, with his staff gave a sign, And the house-servants entered in pairs, in good line, And began serving: Summary [ edit ] Description Compendium ferculorum, p This file has been identified as being free of known restrictions under copyright law, including all related and neighboring rights.
This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was published or registered with the U. The final chapter is more diverse and presents recipes for dairy dishes, pies, compendiuum and cakes, as well as soups omitted from the chapter’s title.