[Sca-cooks] From the Tudor Cookery Blog
johnna at sitka.engin.umich.edu
Mon Sep 24 11:35:46 PDT 2007
We've been Hampton court twice (2004 and 2006) and if
the dollar doesn't slide any further against the pound sterling,
we are hoping to make it back in spring 2008. We always
enjoy the show and discussions with the "kitchen boys."
They let Sue turn the spit the last time we were there.
Susan Fox wrote:
> These gents come to the US to speak some times and catch us up on their
> latest work. I've seen them twice at the Culinary Historians of Southern
> California. They take their work seriously but they don't take
> themselves seriously -- a winning combination!
> Michael Gunter wrote:
>> One of my favorite sites on the web is by a gentleman who reproduced period Tudor recipes in the kitchens of Hampton Court. I'm sure pretty much everyone is familiar with this site.
>> Well, they made Appraylere which is sort of a meatloaf cooked in a pottery vase and then the vase is broken from around it. The result was a bit um...unfortunate looking.
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