phlip at 99main.com
Thu Sep 18 19:57:34 PDT 2008
OK, let's work out something ;-) Personally, I'd be just thrilled if
we could get several serious cooking parties happening at Pennsic.
We've been working on some specific experiments, but if, from our
small beginnings, we can start teaching more and more people to be
comfortable with open fire cooking and period-style cooking apparati,
we'll have, in Emeril's words, "kicked it up a notch" ;-)
I'd say that SCA Cooks List has done a great job of raising the
standards in so far as using actual, rather than invented, period
recipes, now let's do period recipes in period equipment ;-)
I'm getting excited ;-)
On Thu, Sep 18, 2008 at 10:47 PM, Helen Schultz <meisterin02 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> My camp is less than a full block away from the A&S tents, and I would love to host one of the cooking gatherings. I have a raised fire pit and a Scappi style spit set up (with two long spit rods and corresponding prongs), and we could also do something beside it for coals. I am Land Agent, and have other folks in camp who love to cook, so it wouldn't be a hardship on us at all <smile>. I also have some pottery cookware that I haven't broken in yet.
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Heat it up
Hit it hard
Repent as necessary.
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