[Sca-cooks] Looking for some recipe help
Stefan li Rous
StefanliRous at austin.rr.com
Mon Dec 7 23:32:56 PST 2009
Brother Selewine said:
<<< My cunning planis to prepare 3 removes each representing some
different culture or region that would have been found in
Constantinople. I have chosen India, Greece and the Middle East for
my areas. I am looking for some items to add to my menu, particularly
some period chutney or relish recipes from India and some Greek
Savouries. I have already 6 dessert items from the Miiddle East
including Iranian, Jewish and a couple that just seem to be found all
over the region. >>>
Are you looking for items from a particular time period? I'm assuming
I have these files in the FOOD-BY-REGION section might be of use.
E-Arab-recip-art (48K) 3/23/03 Early Arab recipes prior to the
13th Century by Anahita.
fd-Byzantine-msg (38K) 3/16/08 Food of medieval Byzantine.
fd-Greece-msg (26K) 3/16/08 Food of medieval Greece. references.
(the comments have been that Greecian food would have likely been
fairly similar to that of Bysantine, though)
There is some question when dolmas came to be made in Greece and
whether they are period or not.
grape-leaves-msg (31K) 12/24/04 Use of grape leaves in cooking.
<<< I would be particularly interested in a recipe for a brined cheese
such as feta that I can make myself without two many wildly exotic
I can't remember if I specifically have recipes for brined cheeses and/
or feta or not. At least I don't think I have a file specifically on
these, but I do have a number of files on making cheese and on
medieval cheeses in the FOOD section.
THLord Stefan li Rous Barony of Bryn Gwlad Kingdom of Ansteorra
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