[Sca-cooks] Cold weather foods
kiridono at gmail.com
Mon Jan 15 09:58:26 PST 2007
We weren't stuck inside...in fact, the temps in Charlotte, NC where we had
Twelfth Night, was in the 70's. I'm not bragging...it was actually too warm
for this time of the year, and it's been like this since before Christmas!
What I did do was to make Digby's Savory Toasted and Melted Cheese...almost
in the period manner. I used the wonderful chafing dish I got from Master
Hroar, and a period bowl made by an Atlantian potter, Lord Eadric (who'll be
Master Eadric, OL for pottery after this next weekend!!). It worked
beautifully!! The main comment was, "that's so impressive...wish I had
thought of it first!!" It was a test run for this next weekend when I'll be
doing the same thing for Eadric's vigil.
On 1/15/07, Michael Gunter <countgunthar at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Texas and Oklahoma got socked with a huge winter ice
> storm that had everyone huddled in their homes all weekend.
> So, in such a situation, what do you do other than cuddle
> together and make hearty meals?
> Elizabeth and I did just that and it was a lot of fun, both
> the cuddling and the cooking. But we made some wonderful
> hearty dishes to stave off winter starvation.
> Elizabeth made a wonderful milk bread that is dense, golden
> and a little sweet. It's terrific just slathered with butter. She
> will have to provide the details on this.
> She, being the good little New Orleans girl she is, made a huge
> pot of red beans and rice that was supplemented by me with
> some bbq'd ribs and hot wings.
> Finally we made a spaghetti and meatballs. It was pretty standard
> other than I tried a little trick I found in the Williams-Sonoma
> cataloge. I placed a small piece of fresh mozzerella in the center
> of each meatball. Browned them and then let them simmer in
> the gravy for around 20 minutes. They were very good although
> I'm not a huge cheese fan so they were a little cheesy for me.
> I think I'd do the same with a pinch of shredded parmesian or
> something. Maybe even a small spoon of pesto.
> Still, it was a fun experiment and would definately be a happy
> surprise for any cheese lover.
> So cold weather brings out the stuff to make us sleep.
> I also love making a huge pot of chicken noodle soup or
> chicken and dumplings or beef stew.
> Did y'all make anything special when you are stuck inside?
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