[Sca-cooks] Fruit Paste - Boxes!
crimlaw at jeffnet.org
Sun Nov 26 11:40:24 PST 2006
At 11:06 AM 11/26/2006, Femke wrote:
>I've actually used those. Michael's has had the 4" ones on sale for real
>cheap. But I've gotten an off flavor, and it makes me worry a little about
>hot sugar paste in contact with a non-foodsafe adhesive. Anybody know
>anything about woodworking adhesives in these sorts of situations?
Fully cured adhesives commonly used for wood should not be big
problem..A food safe coating inside should ease the problem as well
as aid in release of the product. Olive or mineral oil would get the
job done I would think. I'd sand lightly first in case the
manufacturer used something that is giving you the taste.
Briaroak, Summits, An Tir
> >From: "Elise Fleming" <alysk at ix.netcom.com>
> >Reply-To: alysk at ix.netcom.com,Cooks within the SCA
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> >To: "sca-cooks at ansteorra.org" <sca-cooks at ansteorra.org>
> >Subject: Re: [Sca-cooks] Fruit Paste - Boxes!
> >Date: Sun, 26 Nov 2006 12:31:48 -0500
> >Greetings! Two people mentioned the lack of "period" fruit paste boxes.
> >Some of the craft stores (such as Michael's) sell thin wooden boxes that
> >look very period. They are usually round or oval and look like what I've
> >known as "Amish boxes". They come with lids and are unpainted. From what
> >I've seen in Dutch paintings of pastes in boxes, these are virtually
> >identical although they may be less sturdy than the painted ones seem to
> >be. The modern ones are thin wood which is wrapped around and then the end
> >is tucked into the section it's overlapping. Sometimes a small metal
> >(stud?) is used. They aren't particularly cheap and the bigger ones become
> >increasingly more expensive ($10?) but should work if you want something
> >for display.
> >Alys Katharine
> >Elise Fleming
> >alysk at ix.netcom.com
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