[Sca-cooks] Battlefield Bakery Cookbook

Saint Phlip phlip at 99main.com
Sun Aug 22 09:11:31 PDT 2010

As Cariadoc said, Battlefield Bakery was there during the time when
you were there. It just closed down a few years ago, I think about the
year you quit coming. I really miss them- they;d bring their leftover
pasties to Point for the late shifts. I learned to love their
vegetarian pasties ;-) Those were downright GOOD ;-)

On Sun, Aug 22, 2010 at 3:37 AM, Stefan li Rous
<StefanliRous at austin.rr.com> wrote:

> Wow. both versions are rather expensive. I guess I'll have to settle for the black and white one. And even that one is going to have to wait a little while. :-(  I hope some of these pictures will be from early Pennsics which I couldn't get to.  I have however, saved this message to go into the Florilegium Cookbooks-SCA-msg file, so that others can find it.
> I have heard some comments on this list about this "Battlefield Bakery", but my first Pennsic was Pennsic 21, and it was apparently long gone by then. What was the other cookshop?
> From what I remember folks saying, the Battlefield Bakery was known for its period cooking, or at least what was considered period cooking then. Can someone give me some more details about the Battlefield Bakery? Any personal remembrances that you have of it? Where was it located? Did they have a place to sit down? Or was it like the soup bowl place, one where you got your food and then found somewhere else to eat? When was it in business?
> Thanks,
>  Stefan
> --------

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