[Sca-cooks] Pennsic Pottery Cookery
phlip at 99main.com
Fri Jul 17 09:07:40 PDT 2009
Let's try this again. Here's the Link:
On Tue, Jul 14, 2009 at 7:48 PM, Saint Phlip<phlip at 99main.com> wrote:
> Since you folks have expressed an interest, those of you who are going
> to Pennsic might be interested in what we're doing. We have a potter
> who has been experimenting with her pots in our camp. Here are a few
> pictures of the last three events:
> This is NOT a formal class, and is not announced as such. Instead, it
> is a group of interested people experimenting and making a meal over
> an open fire, using period style pottery, cast iron Dutch ovens,,
> spits, strings, grills, and whatever other bit of creativity we can
> come up with, to make ourselves a communal meal.
> Please bring yourselves, an interest, a recipe, and the ingredients
> necessary, and feel free to join the experiments. If you bring your
> own pots fine, if not that's fine too ;-) We'll have a few that need
> contents ;-)
> While we're striving to learn more about period cooking and
> authenticity, we will not toss you out of camp if you fail to meet
> some mysterious standard ;-) All you really need is a love of good
> food, and a willingness to learn ;-) We are a camp of cooks, so we'll
> have quite a few things available that you might find in any kitchen-
> including a propane freezer and range, running water, sharp knives and
> cutting boards, and assorted utensils.
> We will be doing this on both Wednesdays of War, with camp open at
> Noon, and food expected to be served about 7 PM. We often have a mini
> bardic, and chat afterwards, so brews and brewers and story tellers
> are also welcome.
> This will occur on BOTH Wednesdays of Pennsic, starting at Noonish
> until whenever, at SPCA camp, in W10, on the Lake near Orluk Oasis.
> There will be a sign on the Roman Road pointing to camp, and almost
> anyone in the area can point you to me (Phlip or Saint Phlip) or our
> Please feel free to join us ;-)
> Saint Phlip
> Heat it up
> Hit it hard
> Repent as necessary.
> It's the smith who makes the tools, not the tools which make the smith.
> .I never wanted to see anybody die, but there are a few obituary
> notices I have read with pleasure. -Clarence Darrow
Heat it up
Hit it hard
Repent as necessary.
It's the smith who makes the tools, not the tools which make the smith.
.I never wanted to see anybody die, but there are a few obituary
notices I have read with pleasure. -Clarence Darrow
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