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Retrieved from coquinaaria https: In acknowledgement of Martino, Platina stated “O immortal gods, which cook could compete with my friend Martino of Como, to a great extent the origin of what is written here?
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Between and he made his way to Rome in order to cook for Ludovico TrevisanCardinal Patriarch of Aquileia, who made a name out of lavish banquets and opulent receptions. The recipes in this tome were cowuinaria influential during the 15th century, so much so that Bartolomeo Sacchi known as il Platina the humanist philosopher and papal librarian, liberally included large portions of its text into his own work on culinary art entitled De Honesta Voluptae et Valetudine.
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Martino de Rossi or Martino de Rubeis, called Maestro Martino or Martino of Comowas an Italian 15th-century culinary expert who was unequalled in his field at the time and could be considered the Western coquinariw first celebrity chef.
Later, his services passed on to Gian Giacomo Trivulzioa Milanese condottiere adventurer and eventually he ended up at the Vatican.
Martino’s book of recipes named the Coquinarix de arte coquinaria is one of the benchmarks of early European gastronomical literature, a precious testimony of kitchen etiquette and recipes in the Middle Ages. Libo of California Press. Medieval cuisine Italian chefs Italian food writers 15th-century Italian people. Little more is known about Martino but he was described by his friend Bartolomeo Sacchi known as Platina as “Prince of cooks from whom I learned all about cooking” in De honesta voluptate et valetudine On Honest Pleasure and Good Health Martino was applauded by his peers, earning him the epitaph of the prince of cooks.
Maestro Martino, Libro de arte coquinaria
This page was last edited on 6 Octoberat The first mention of a vermicelli recipe is in the book De arte Coquinaria per vermicelli e maccaroni siciliani The Art of Coquinaia Sicilian Macaroni and Vermicellicompiled by Martino. In fact, almost half of Platina’s book is a direct copy of Martino’s opus.
He made his career in Italy and was the chef at the Roman palazzo of the papal chamberlain ” camerlengo “the Patriarch of Aquileia. Platina openly acknowledges in his book that most of his recipes came from Martino whom he compared to a Greek philosopher in his ability to improvise on a culinary theme.