[Sca-cooks] happy 4th of july
kiridono at gmail.com
Fri Jul 4 11:14:47 PDT 2008
We are leaving shortly for a pig roast...yummmmm....I'm taking a
spinach/strawberry salad with toasted almonds. The dressing is homemade of
raspberry vinegar, grated onion, dry mustard, poppy seed and oil.
On Fri, Jul 4, 2008 at 11:52 AM, Susan Fox <selene at earthlink.net> wrote:
> Joy be with all. Every country has a 4th of July after all; not all of
> them happen to celebrate Independence Day on it. <grin>
> OK, to apologize for that sass, I'll share what I'm making for the
> inevitable fireworks-watching party later:
> Devilled eggs, with curry powder instead of mustard. This was Baroness
> Morgaine's improvisation and she calls it "Witchelled Eggs" because she does
> not believe in devils but she does believe in witches. Particularly kitchen
> Cheese Biscuits, made with a wheat-free baking mix plus shredded cheese and
> Old Bay seasoning, for the benefit of a friend at the party with Celiac
> I am given to understand that the tradition of fireworks on Independence
> Day here goes 'way back to 1777 in Philadelphia. Not quite SCA period but
> as ancient a tradition as we have. Make a noise for freedom today!
> >to everyone and their families, my family and i
> >wish you a happy and safe 4th of july. to all my
> >fellow veterans i thank you for your service to
> >the country.
> >despite how dysfunctional the united states of
> >america can be at times it is still a great country
> >to live in.
> >terry l. ridder ><>
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