[Sca-cooks] *Sigh* That tomato thing - again

Huette von Ahrens ahrenshav at yahoo.com
Mon Oct 2 00:03:25 PDT 2006

Well don't fret Hrothny!  Just remember to check Stefan's Florilegium for answers
and you will most likely find them there!

Here is an article written by three of the most knowledgable and beautiful ladies on
this list.  It should give you all the answers that you need, IMHO.



--- Terri Morgan <online2much at cox.net> wrote:

> Okay, so... someone on our local list made the famous "tomatoes are TOO
> period because they were eaten in Italy and Spain in the 16th century" and
> (of course) didn't back it up with cites. But because they are a respected
> source of clothing information, it is swinging the whole group over to think
> the durned things are 'just fine' for SCA *demos*!
> So since I don't pay any attention to tomatoes, I didn't save any
> information about them and their introduction to Europe. Does anyone have
> any quick & easy cites they'd be willing to share? I don't want to put
> anyone to any trouble but if you happen to have info easily to hand, I'd
> love to pass it on before we end up eating corn-on-the-cob at an educational
> demo...
> Hrothny
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