[Sca-cooks] Cooking with children
selene at earthlink.net
Tue Jun 17 17:45:01 PDT 2008
If you don't mind, I will send you my children's cooking class handout as a Word attachment. This was taught at a Fall Collegium Caidis on a hot hot day too.
Sausage rolls, honey butter, compound sallet, mulled cider and of course a subtlety! In this case, a castle cake with wafer-cone towers.
The only "cooking" was sausage rolls with pre-made bread dough in a toaster oven. Not so hard to take. When the inevitable kid who didn't eat sausage made himself known, I brought out the string cheese, which is also very nice encased in bread.
>From: Liz Wilson <ewilson618 at tx.rr.com>
>Sent: Jun 17, 2008 8:33 PM
>To: sca-cooks at lists.ansteorra.org
>Subject: [Sca-cooks] Cooking with children
>Does anyone have any ideas out there for a food item that
>could be made by children as part of a class using period
>techniques, but does not require any actual heating or cooking?
>We will be in an indoor room with a table but without any
>kitchen facilities as far as I am aware. It will be too hot at that
>time of year (August in Texas) to go outside and do a fire.
>I am thinking yogurt, cheese or marzipan or something like that.
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