[Sca-cooks] Greetings from the Incipient Shire of Tymberhavene in AnTir

Susan Fox selene at earthlink.net
Sat Aug 11 07:05:35 PDT 2007

I get the impression that was not the point of the question.  It seemed 
to me that the point was, how to feed people if not enough breakfast 
contest entries came in.  "Pelican Cooking" rather than "Laurel Cooking" 
if you take my meaning.  The dish itself should be in the appropriate 
historical style for a SCA event, but here we are addressing the Virtue 
of Hospitality rather than of Scholarship.

"What I am asking from all of you kind souls is a list of one dish 
breakfast type menu items as well as ideas on what Tymberhavene could 
supplement the main dishes with."
My Lady Katla, do correct me if I am wrong? 

Yours in service,
Dame Selene Colfox, OP, Caid

Terry Decker wrote:
> But is there any evidence that these are breakfast foods during the SCA 
> period?
> Bear
>> How about a great big ol' bread pudding?  Bread, eggs and milk, not
>> unlike "pain perdu" which is found in French and English source all
>> throughout the SCA time period.  And it can be made in quantity, in the
>> oven, very easy.
>> Selene
> <clipped>
>>> So with that plea, I would be VERY VERY happy if people would offer 
>>> advice on the dishes for such a competition and also maybe some 
>>> guidelines that I can use/tweak/modify for our purposes
>>> Thank you most kindly
>>> Katla Elgr Hafn

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