[Sca-cooks] Couple of quick questions for the list....
sclemenger at msn.com
Fri Oct 3 21:02:11 PDT 2008
The thing with the soup and the hippocras, is that the reference/page number
given for the hippocras in the soup recipe takes you to a page in which the
item is clearly the blended spices, and it's not referred to as "Duke's
Powder," but as "hippocras." (no powder)
You must have an amazing freezer--kinda like going treasure-hunting in
there? Mine isn't large enough to hold an entire bag of ice, alas! So I
mostly keep the occasional bag of organic blueberries in there, or frozen
waffles or something.
You must have gotten accustomed to the fuel needs of She Who Must Be Obeyed
by now, yes? Does she need all that so she can keep you and Evil Spawn in
line? I've met a few short, powerful women, and they are lovely and fierce
and deadly, every last one of them.....
p.s. Cassoulet. oh gawd, that sounds so good! what time is dinner?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Phil Troy / G. Tacitus Adamantius" <adamantius1 at verizon.net>
To: "Cooks within the SCA" <sca-cooks at lists.ansteorra.org>
Sent: Friday, October 03, 2008 9:26 PM
Subject: Re: [Sca-cooks] Couple of quick questions for the list....
> On Oct 3, 2008, at 10:43 PM, S CLEMENGER wrote:
> > I suspect that His Grace Cariadoc was referring to the wine and not
> > the
> > spices, as well, but my friend was really fussing over it, and I
> > said I'd
> > ask....:o)
> I expect, on top of the argument that a half-cup is a lot of spices if
> that's what was meant, that His Grace would refer to the spice powder
> as Duke's Powder, and hippocras, which has been strained through a
> Sleeve of Hippocrates, would be the wine.
> > Thanks, everyone....
> > Master A....have you gotten that brisket out of the freezer yet? Did
> > you
> > manage to resist?
> More or less. There were a ton of viable leftovers (some pulled pork,
> a container of pommes boulangere, about a quart of beef quasi-korma --
> dairy-free, made with coconut milk and almonds, and some basmati pilau
> to go with it) we really needed to use up...
> It's difficult sometimes to calculate quantities when the 100-pound
> woman eats more than the teenager and the large middle-aged man...
> > --Maire, rambling on....
> Adamantius, now craving cassoulet... hmmm
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