[Sca-cooks] Tea Information

Jim and Andi jimandandi at cox.net
Sat May 16 10:55:50 PDT 2009

I will second the jalabs... it's medieval koolaid. 


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Subject: Re: [Sca-cooks] Tea Information

The jalabs are a particularly good idea.  Granted they might not be used
Europe, but certainly they are period for the Middle East.  What you
do is to make up the concentrate before Pennsic, then have the children
either mix water with it to make a drink or pour the syrup over crushed
and serve to your guests.


On Sat, May 16, 2009 at 2:03 AM, Stefan li Rous
<StefanliRous at austin.rr.com>wrote:

> Ardenia asked:
> <<< Any ideas on:
> Period Tea? Service? (Any Culture)
> Ideas for simple "tea" foods that kids could maybe help prepare? >>>
> Do you really want to serve chai? Or would another tea/infusion work?
> In the BEVERAGES section of the Florilegium:
> tea-msg           (16K)  3/ 4/08    Tea, cha. When it appeared in
> infusions-msg     (54K)  3/ 4/08    Period infusions. Herbal "teas".
> tea.
> jalabs-msg        (94K)  4/22/08    Drinks with a sugar or honey-syrup
> such
>                                       as Sekanjabin (Persian Mint
> Some of the recipes recommended in these files in the CHILDREN section
> might be useable as snack foods.
> p-rcipes-chld-art (17K)  6/ 1/05    Recipes from Mistress Christianna
> MacGrain's
>                                      pamphlet on period dishes for
> cooks.
> p-cook-child-art   (8K)  1/25/06    "Bored? Period Cooking For the
>                                       Generation!" by Mistress Andrea
> MacIntyre
> p-cook-child-msg  (20K)  9/27/08    Period cooking for children.
> Stefan
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