[Sca-cooks] New to this list - Need help with a medieval wedding
phlip at 99main.com
Sat Mar 17 05:34:18 PDT 2007
Well, Jennifer, we'll be happy to help, but you're going to have to
help us narrow things down a bit. Asking us for "Medieval Food" is a
bit like asking us for something green- there's a zillion or so green
things out there, and it would help if you could answer, "Animal,
vegetable, or mineral" ;-) Do you at least have some idea about what
culture you'd like to look at? I suspect that if you were to go into
the Florilegium (www.florilegium.org) you might get some idea of what
is available. Once you've been there, then you can start looking at
specific books. It's kinda hard for us to determine the preferences of
you and your guests.
One think I'd suggest would be to look at a soteltie/sibtlety, to
provide a central theme for the rest of your meal. All a soteltie is,
is a highly decorated food, often a sweet, frequently a savory, that
isn't quite what it appears to be.
On 3/17/07, Blackrosepassion <blackrosepassion at dodo.com.au> wrote:
> Hi Everybody,
> My name is Jennifer and I am new to this list. I am an Australian girl
> living in Brisbane and found this list after spending hours searching the
> net for recipies. I am not an SCA member (yet) so hope it is okay that I am
> The reason I have joined this list is because I need help. My partner and I
> are getting married, we are having a medieval themed wedding/reception and
> have no idea what to serve to our guests. I guess we have made it hard for
> ourselves as wea re not having the normal sit down in a hall type reception
> instead we are having a picnic by a lake in a beautiful piece of Natural
> forest. We want to supply our guests with picnic baskets full of yummy good
> foods and while we are not so strict as to want it all to be correct period
> we do want it to have a medieval theme and fit in with our day.
> Can anybody help me come up with some menu suggestions/recipies.
> thanks in advance
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