[Sca-cooks] New issue of TI number 173
eskesmith at hotmail.com
Wed Jan 20 09:03:34 PST 2010
You're right, Urtatim; I should have been more specific, and specified "New World" foods.
It's not a hardship, per se, but many people do like their tomatoes, white potatoes, and corn on the cob. (I'm among them, and corn is just coming into seasn during Pennsic, so I can certainly see their point.) And the last time I was at Pennsic, I really enjoyed the Ambulance Corps' pepperoni rolls, so I'm not without sin here, either.
My own meal plan (should I ever have one for a two-week event), would be more "Medievaloid" than fully Medieval, though I would steer away from Western Hemisphere foods.
> Date: Tue, 19 Jan 2010 19:24:40 -0800
> To: sca-cooks at lists.ansteorra.org
> From: lilinah at earthlink.net
> Subject: Re: [Sca-cooks] New issue of TI number 173
> Brekke wrote:
> >Pennsic is now a two-week event, to all intents and purposes; that's
> >a long time do do without modern foods, although I know many people
> >do it for the entire time they're there.
> I infer that you are implying this is a hardship, but I fail to grasp
> how that can be.
> I spent a month in Japan in 1972 where i ate modern food, but it was
> all Japanese. I lived in Indonesia for several years in the late
> 1970s where i ate modern food, but it was all Indonesian. I spent a
> month in Morocco (Dec 2000 - Jan 2001) where i ate modern food, but
> it was all Moroccan.
> I eat modern food most of the year at home, too: mostly Indian, Thai,
> Indonesian, Vietnamese, Chinese, and Japanese. So, what do you mean
> by "modern food"?
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