Von allerley Kräuter Salat/
weiß und grün/ wie nachfolget.
Of assorted herbal salads/ white and
green/ as follows.
Of all sorts of herbal Salad/
White and green/ as follows.
(Gwen Cats Note - since in #33 the red head is actually meant to be
red cabbage (Hopf, DWb) then perhaps in #3 the white head could be a white
and so perhaps any of the other white, green or red heads
are cabbage rather than lettuce
Endive salad with oil and vinegar prepared/ and with
2. White endive salad cut nicely small.
3. White head (lettuce or cabbage?) salad.
4. White head salad soaked (poached) in water/ and again cooled/
prepared with vinegar/ oil and salt/ white sugar/ that is crushed/
poured over/ is also good.
5. Green head (lettuce or cabbage?) salad that is half raw and half poached/
is in both
ways good/ be it sweet or sour.
6. Green field salad (field greens) prepared / with pomegranate seed
is pretty and decorative.
7. Green salad/ that is small and young/ red beets cut small/
and tossed thereover/ when the salad is prepared/ and the red beets are
cooked and cooled
8. Of a white head salad/ that is cut nicely small/ one part
poached in cooked water/ and one part raw. And under the
poached put capers.
9. Watercress salad/ created in a garden/ or grown near a
running creek/ is not bad either.
10. Cooked onion salad/ or roasted (fried)/ make it sweet with a white
sugar/ or with small black raisins.
11. Pimpernel Salat
12. White Rapunzel (Bot. Campanula Rapunculus. L.) Bellflower aka little
turnip / the root poached/ and a part raw combined
with the greens/ is in both ways good to prepare.
13. Round Rapunzzel (Bot. Campanula Rapunculus. L.) poached/ are also
not bad to eat.
14. Hops salad/ that is poached.
15. Asparagus salad/ that is also poached/ and cut small/ or
prepared whole/ is in both ways good. You can make it with Peabroth/
with a little butter/ pepper and vinegar/ served warm to the table.
16. Chicory root salad/ that is peeled nicely clean/ cut the
pit from it/ poach it well/ but that you do not overcook it/ cool it/
it sweet or sour/ so it is in both ways good.
17 Chicory greens salad/ that is green/ that is poached/ make it
sweet or sour. If the greens are young. So one can serve it with vinegar/
oil and salt.
18. Large capers soaked and poached.
19. Small caper salad.
20. Peel the Cucumbers/ and cut them broad and thin/ season them
with oil/ pepper and salt. But if they are salt-preserved/ they are also
bad/ are better than raw/ because one can salt it with Fennel and with
that both can be kept over one year. And near the Rhine-stream one
calls it Cucummern
21. Take white beet (according to Hopf #378) stems/ peel and poach then
in water/ prepare it with
oil/ vinegar and salt.
22. Pale salad/ that is green and young/ poach it in water/ season it
with vinegar/ oil and salt. And this salad one should not eat much of/
23. Take hard boiled eggs/ serve them especially beside the salad/ sprinkle
green parsley and salt/ and pour vinegar over.
24. Sour orange salad/ peel and cut them nicely thick/ sprinkle them with
25. Salad of pomegranate seeds/ sprinkle also with white
26. Sorrell salad.
27. Take lemon salad/ cut it broad and thin/ and sprinkle it with
28. Nettle salad.
29. Red beet salad/ when they are cooked/ so cut them small/ long or
diced/ season it with oil/ vinegar and salt/ may make it sweet or sour.
30. Artichoke with a pea broth/ good butter/ pepper/ salt/
and a little broth given to the table/ and crushed pepper
on the side.
31. Artichoke cooked with beef broth/ and brought warm to the table.
32. Take endive stems/ serve them poached or raw/ cut nicely small.
33. Take a red head lettuce (red cabbage)/ cut it nicely small/ and poach
it a little in
warm water/ then cool it quickly/ season it with vinegar and oil/
and when it soaks a while in the vinegar/ it gets nicely red.
34. Of the same greens the stems cut nicely small/ seasoned with vinegar
35. Take young pumpkin/ that are not large/ peel and cut them nicely
long/ remove the seeds/ poach it a little/ cool it thereafter/ and
season it with vinegar/ salt and oil.
36.Roman Wicken (Bot. Vicia sativa L.) (common Vetch, the seeds seem
to be similar to red lentils, but may well be slightly toxic) and poach
them well in their shells/ cool them/
and season them with vinegar/ salt and oil.
37. Take lemon/ chop it small/ season it with nice clean sugar/ that
has been crushed/ sprinkle it with pomegranate seed/ that are nicely red/
so it is also delicate and good.
38. Curley salad/ that is nicely green.
39. Take sugar (sugar beet!)/ season it and scrape it/ so they turn white/
in water/ and cool/ season it with vineger/ oil and salt. You can also
raw/ if they are clean and well peeled or scraped.
40. Salad of red leaf (red cabbage).
41. Take roman beans/ poach and cool them/ prepare them with oil/
vinegar and salt.
42. Take borage, parsley, pimpernel/ lemon balm and hyssop/
astragalus and tarragon/ so it is a combined salad of welltasting
herbs/ with borage flowers tossed over/ it is pretty and decorative.
43. Take borage root/ scrape it/ and cut the core therefrom/
and dispose of it/ poach the remaining / and cool it/ season it with
oil and salt/ so it is healthful and good.
44.Take radish (I use the daikon type)/ and cut it small/ broad and thin/
poach it in
water/ cool it / season it with oil/ vinegar and salt. You may sprinkle
with sugar or not.
45. Or take a radish/ cut in small and thin/ or fine diced/
season it with vinegar/ oil and salt/ so it is good too.
Transliteration and redaction here.
46. You can also arrange a salad in a bowl/ green
white and red/ nicely made like a rose/ so it is decorative/ good and
47. Kollis Fioris is a Spanish salad/ that one can prepare in all sorts
48. Take white salad/ that in Italian is called lettuce/ poach
it in hot water/ cook it nicely clean/ and cook it with beef broth
and fresh butter/ that is unmelted/ make it sweet or
49. Take white salad/ that has been poached/ grate a white loaf and
parmesan cheese/ cut nutmeg thereunder. Take egg yolks and fresh
butter/ that is unmelted/ cut beef marrow thereunder/ and put the
salad thereunder/ and a little crushed ginger/ so it is wonderful
and filling/ make a dough with egg whites/ work it well/ roll it
nicely thin/ as a veil/ that it is translucent/ put
the filling therein/ and take each a quarter of the lettuce/ wrap it in
with the filling/ and make krapffen (crullers) therefrom. Take a good
and a little whole nutmeg-blossom (mace?)/ set over coals/ and let come
to a simmer/ put
the crullers one after the other therein/ and let simmer gently. So makes
Schlickrapffen of lettuce/ that are delicious to eat.
50.Take head (lettuce) salad/ cut it in quarters/ and poach it in water/
press it well (to remove water)/ and take a parmesan cheese/ that is well
grated bread/ mix it together/ and prepare it with egg yolks and
fresh butter/ take also a little crushed ginger thereunder/ stir it all
together/ and when you want to wrap it in dough/ so take the salad/
that you have quartered/ roll each quarter especially in
the filling/ wrap it in the dough/ cook with a pea broth and butter. You
may serve it dry/ or in the broth/ as you want to have it.