sclemenger at msn.com
Sat Feb 6 20:18:15 PST 2010
She just said "pippins." I believe that's all the specific the recipe got.
Regarding someone's response about the type of grocery store--we live in a moderately-sized town in Montana. No Trader Joe's or Whole Paycheck within, mmmm, 9 hours or so, travel time (SLC). We have a home-grown variant, but I don't recall seeing anything really unusual there. Plus, we have the "normal" western grocery stores like Albertsons and Safeway. I assume WallyWorld sells produce in their grocery store, but I couldn't swear to it....(wouldn't shop there on a bet)
Perhaps it would be more instructive if I asked what the characteristics of a medieval pippin would have been? tart? sweet? etc?
(besides "russeting," whatever that is....)
> Date: Sun, 7 Feb 2010 13:08:54 +1300
> From: dama.antonia at gmail.com
> To: sca-cooks at lists.ansteorra.org
> Subject: Re: [Sca-cooks] Apples....
> S CLEMENGER wrote:
> > She wants to do some work with some period recipes that use pippin apples.
> Beg pardon? What kind of pippins?
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