[Sca-cooks] Idea for an A&S Entry
selene at earthlink.net
Wed Jul 1 14:01:36 PDT 2009
You're right, you may give the purists a heart attack. However, it's
worth asking the contest supervisors if it's okay. After all, even the
purists use a modern typewriter or computer to print out their written
documentation. Is this not just the next step, with moving pictures?
chawkswrth at aol.com wrote:
> I?am wondering, and I think this is a good place to ask...
> I am pondering the viability of doing a cooking demonstration as an A&S entry into the Cooking area (static,?not performance)
> What I would want to show is the progression of taking a Period Recipe and translating it into a viable recipe for today's kitchens. I realize?to do it right,?it would require a Power Point presentation, as well as a formal demo table, complete with cooktop and the mirror to show your hands performing the technique. (This way, I would not disturb the folks cooking in the kitchen)
> I would choose a recipe that shows at least two methods of cooking, such as parboiling and then frying, and then finishing off the product, for general serving.
> It should, if properly planned out, and pre-prepared, take no more then 15 minutes....
> Am I about to send shockwaves through the Lords and Ladies of the Laurel and assorted Purists?
> Should I plan this out further or just do the recipe at home and dish it out, with documentation,?at the Faire?
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