[Sca-cooks] ice cream at Pennsic

Saint Phlip phlip at 99main.com
Thu Aug 26 20:00:31 PDT 2010

Was so loaded, and still needed to pick up a passenger, that I didn't
bring everything I needed for the ice cream, so I didn't do it. And,
the Cook's Potluck seems to have faded out. Instead, we've been doing
the experimental pottery cooking that no one seemed to be interested
in when I posted about it a few days ago.

I guess people are just off into their own things, whatever they may
be. Cariadoc stops every Pennsic, but I don't really see too many
other people.

Oh well. I'm going to keep experimewnting and learning, whether or not
anyone else wants to get involved.

On Thu, Aug 26, 2010 at 7:56 PM, Mark S. Harris
<marksharris at austin.rr.com> wrote:
> Back in late July, Phlip commented:
> <<< We found a website that actually has a whole bunch of very interesting
> supplies. Their freeze-dried fruits are wonderful- I'm going to be
> bringing some to Pennsic to make ice cream with.
> http://www.thereadystore.com/readysteps-videos/make-a-plan >>>
> So, did you make ice cream at Pennsic? How did it work out? From what little I've heard about this last Pennsic, is was hot.
> Was there an SCA-Cooks get-together?
> Stefan
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Saint Phlip

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