[Sca-cooks] Dessert Class from Pennsic
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Mon Aug 27 20:29:50 PDT 2007
Thank you most kindly for your assistance and your offer, both
are greatly appreciated. I will have to consider some of those
recipes and perhaps try my hand at the A&S competition at
the Loch event.
Jibril / Brad
On 8/27/07, Stefan li Rous <StefanliRous at austin.rr.com> wrote:
> I second Kiri's comments. If you do get a copy of this handout, if
> you could get the author to send me a copy of the handout in
> electronic form I will consider adding it to the Florilegium if it is
> complete enough to stand alone without the actual class.
> This goes for any of you that wrote up handouts for Pennsic (or other
> events) or who can convince their authors to send them to me n
> electronic form. My standard policy is that the copyright remains
> with the author and I will update or replace an article at any time,
> which means a handout can get replaced with a more polished article
> later. In the meantime folks across the Known World can be using and
> learning from the information gathered for the class.
> I am, for instance, currently working on Mistress Jadwiga's "Making
> Medieval Style Scented Oils & Waters" at this time.
> Jibril, while you are looking for this handout, there are some files
> in the FOOD-SWEETS section of the Florilegium which do have some
> recipes and redactions for medieval Middle Eastern sweets, such as:
> Andlsn-Pstres-art (20K) 11/24/01 "Andalusian Pastries" by Dinah
> bint Ismai'l.
> (Not exactly Middle Eastern, but often similar)
> baklava-msg (55K) 3/27/05 Period baklava-like layered
> hais-msg (18K) 1/11/06 A medieval, Middle East sweet
> made of dates,
> bread crumbs, ground nuts,
> and sugar.
> desserts-msg (136K) 1/11/06 Medieval and SCA dessert recipes.
> mamouls-msg (20K) 1/ 9/02 A Middle Eastern date/nut/dried
> fruit filled
> cookie embossed with patterns.
> pastries-msg (156K) 11/19/05 Medieval pastries. Recipes.
> In the FOOD-BY-REGION section:
> E-Arab-recip-art (48K) 3/23/03 Early Arab recipes prior to the
> 13th Century
> by Anahita.
> ME-revel-fds-art (59K) 10/22/04 Medieval Middle Eastern foods
> suitable for a
> revel or buffet w. recipes by
> If you should locate the handout, it would be wonderful if you (or she)
> could make it available to all of us.
> On 8/27/07, Cennet Bahcesi <cennet.bahcesi.coffeehouse at gmail.com> wrote:
> > During Pennsic, a lady who's name unfortunately escapes me, taught
> > a class
> > at
> > Your Inner Vagabond on period Middle Eastern desserts. Due to the
> > slightly
> > wet
> > weather of the event, my handout got ruined. I had hoped that maybe
> > she
> > would
> > be on this list and be able to email me the handout....or that
> > somebody on
> > this
> > list might have access to her and/or the handout.
> > Thanks
> > Jibril / Brad
> THLord Stefan li Rous Barony of Bryn Gwlad Kingdom of Ansteorra
> Mark S. Harris Austin, Texas
> StefanliRous at austin.rr.com
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