[Sca-cooks] Chafing dishes?
kiridono at gmail.com
Mon Mar 24 14:08:46 PDT 2008
If you go to the Tudor Cooks' Blog (http://tudorcook.blogspot.com/), scroll
down on the page to the Flickr link and look at their pictures. Among them
is a picture that has a period chafing dish in it. If you don't find that
one, let me know....I have one of Master Hroar's and an send you a picture
of that one. I have used it several times, and it worked wonderfully
well...I was indoors, so didn't dare try using charcoal as it would have
been done in period, so I used sterno...my only problem there was
controlling the heat so that the sauce I had in the dish didn't burn.
On Mon, Mar 24, 2008 at 3:31 PM, Dragon <dragon at crimson-dragon.com> wrote:
> Terry Decker wrote:
> > > I also have information I just received from Master Hroar (pottery
> > > Laurel in Caid) about some examples and he has pointed me to a book
> > > documenting them.
> > >
> > > I'll share more info when I get it if anyone is interested.
> > >
> > >
> > > Dragon
> >That would be appreciated. I look forward to it.
> ---------------- End original message. ---------------------
> So far, I have managed to find photos of a few examples dated to 16th
> Century England, including a couple pieces in the collection of the
> Museum of London.
> This one is of particular interest to me as it is in whiteware with
> the so-called "Tudor Green" glaze. I am going to try throwing
> something very similar to that one next time I use the pottery wheel:
> This one is also quite interesting:
> The reason behind this is I'm working on a project with a few of the
> pottery guild members here in Calafia to produce a collection of
> service ware and cooking ware in a variety of period forms. Our
> intention is to use them as well as make them, we want to produce a
> fully functional period camp kitchen eventually. We plan to document
> this effort with photos, a bibliography, etc. I have some photos of
> one of the cook pots I threw recently (it's still in the greenware
> stage) and will be documenting the efforts of the other members too.
> We have not yet decided but we may make this a Pentathlon project.
> When I get some of the initial parts of the project online, I will
> post a link to the project page here on this list.
> Venimus, Saltavimus, Bibimus (et naribus canium capti sumus)
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