[Sca-cooks] Drizzle of Honey
ddfr at daviddfriedman.com
Fri Oct 30 00:58:02 PDT 2009
>On 29 Oct 2009, at 12:10 PM, David Friedman wrote:
>>>But when cooking in my own camp, I WILL use period-plausible
>>>ingredients (unless we don't know what they were, or they're not
>>>available, and then I'll use my best judgement), but I will not be
>>>using a recipe. In my own camp, I interpret my role as that of an
>>>independent mistress of her domain, her own home and kitchen, and
>>>the cooking gets done MY way.
>>Aside from avoiding ingredients you don't think they had, how is
>>this different from your modern cooking? If it isn't, aren't you
>>missing an opportunity to do something interesting and educational?
>We've had this discussion before, David. Neither of us is going to
>change the other's mind.
You are willing to make an argument I think mistaken, I'm willing to
respond to it. I've been having this discussion, on and off with
various people, for something close to forty years now. Some people
change their minds, some don't.
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