[Sca-cooks] children's cooking classes
Stefan li Rous
stefanlirous at austin.rr.com
Sun Jun 20 21:02:18 PDT 2010
Selene Colfox replied to me with:
<< But King's College, at least in Ansteorra, is a teaching event. The
entire event is classes. Sometimes outside but usually inside,
especially in summer. >>
Likewise Collegium Caidis. I sometimes teach a two-hour class for
children, say 9 and up or so, with pre-prepped items for the kids to
"finish" [like bread dough and sausages for sausage rolls]. Schedule it
just before the official lunch hour. Not much actual "cooking" so I
bring a toaster oven for the sausage rolls and a crock-pot for spiced
cider. A compost sallet [fun to mix] and a Castle Cake complete the
I think the "textbook" is in the Florilegium, isn't it?
I don't think so. I did have a disk crash back in 2003 and lost some stuff then. Here is what I have on children and cooking.
In the CHILDREN section:
chd-ck-clsses-msg (12K) 1/ 3/01 Children's cooking classes.
feedng-tddlrs-msg (10K) 9/28/09 Feeding toddlers at SCA events.
p-cook-child-art (8K) 1/25/06 "Bored? Period Cooking For the Next
Generation!" by Mistress Andrea MacIntyre
p-rcipes-chld-art (17K) 6/ 1/05 Recipes from Mistress Christianna MacGrain's
pamphlet on period dishes for child cooks.
In the FEASTS section:
child-kitchen-msg (25K) 11/22/00 Having children in the kitchen during feast preperation.
I would certainly be interested in getting this "textbook" and permission to add it. The copyright remains with the author and I'm happy to add a link back to personal or other websites, where readers can find more work by an author.
THLord Stefan li Rous Barony of Bryn Gwlad Kingdom of Ansteorra
Mark S. Harris Austin, Texas StefanliRous at austin.rr.com
**** See Stefan's Florilegium files at: http://www.florilegium.org ****
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