These early sauces, spiced and pungent, sweet and sour, do not, however, qualify as ancestors of what we know today as French sauces.Tather, they-- and the sauces served in France until the beginning of the modern period--were a continuation of Roman and Mediterranean practice.You have one of the most complete and biggest criminal databases on the net. Looking forward to our long-lasting business relationship" Angelo L Natick , MA Our instant nationwide search system will check thousands of sources, public databases, and proprietary search databases and let you download and view the records reports within minutes.You can get the report you are looking for easily and effortlessly right from here.When I was a kid I did see his training log book, with housr of flying, but that's been lost. Nigel Wilson October 19, 2014 My dad Kevin flew in North Africa after training in lancasters, then went on to become a SNO with BOAC, then taught physics. I have some photos with places, dates and names on the back, but cannot seem to piece any of it to the information on the internet.Is theer any way I can trace him in the RAF with this limited knowledge? Photos taken in Torquay, Kraal Volksrust, Newquay, Jo'burg, Majuba and Naples between 1944-1946.
One of the oldest sauce-type references (albeit fuzzy) is Ancient Roman Garum/Liquamen.I would be glad to pass on information which I have if Val would contact me, or if you have her email address I could contact her. Gordon Graham January 19, 2015 I am writing a second volume of the history of 514 Squadron and am very impressed by this site.