Salmagundi is an old french word that means miscellany.  The technical definition from The Free Dictionary is: salmagundi, [ˌsælməˈgʌndɪ] noun

1. (Cookery) a mixed salad dish of cooked meats, eggs, beetroot, etc., popular in 18th-century England
2.a miscellany; potpourri. [from French salmigondis, perhaps from Italian salami conditi pickled salami]
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Will I be discussing dishes of cooked meats & beetroots?  Perhaps.  More likely is this site is a forum for  interests and an attempt to share them.

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