[Sca-cooks] Query for the Assembled

Saint Phlip phlip at 99main.com
Wed Jan 10 18:32:59 PST 2007

I'd try rosemary, with maybe a dab of sage.

On 1/10/07, Lynn Hunter <rohanna1 at hotmail.com> wrote:
> This Christmas, my Partner in Crime presented to me several odd vinegars -
> one of which is Chianti.
> Now in my barony, I am referred to as the Sekunjabin Pusher, and in fact,
> won baronial brewer on the strength of my Apple Cider/Rosemary sekunjabin
> (yeah, I know, technically, it's a jalab, but does it really make a
> difference what you call it as long as you list the ingredients?).
> Our Baronial Investiture is coming up Feb 3, and I have been asked by the
> head cook to prepare 3 sekunjabins for the feast.
> My question to you here assembled, is, other than oregano (which I think
> would make an ICKY drink), what herb would you suggest for a Chianti/?
> infusion?  Dame Olwen suggested basil, but I am not a big basil fan (don't
> let it get around - they might take my Italian blood away from me!).
> I can always do a Pinot Grigio with LemonThyme instead, but with the
> richeness of the meat, I thought Chianti might be nicely offsetting.
> Thanks in advance for any suggestions!
> Ro
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