[Sca-cooks] Fwd: Tournaments Illuminated suggestion
sprucebranch at gmail.com
Wed Aug 3 19:34:22 PDT 2011
Hmmm.....I guess I'd just have to have really verbose comments. Like,
"Everybody who has tried this has given us rave reviews. This dish is both
feast- and campout-friendly (or not)." Additionally, there are some recipes
I can include, without actually quoting the recipe (mentioning various
sources for periodness of pickles, say, and including spices that they were
pickled with (in lieu of modern dill). I still think this is doable. I
just figured someone might be willing to include some favorites.
You guys have way more experience than I.
On Tue, Aug 2, 2011 at 3:32 AM, Johnna Holloway <johnnae at mac.com> wrote:
> People should be aware that TI now has strict limits on quoting text.
> So strict in fact that they do not care if the material being quoted is out
> of copyright and has been for centuries.
> It is no longer possible in fact to do a recipe survey article for TI where
> quotes actual pre-1700 recipes in full because you'll exceed the
> (You can no longer take a class of recipes and trace for instance how the
> recipe changes over the centuries.)
> "Articles cannot be comprised of more than 15%
> (10% is preferred) of quoted material from
> sources combined."
> In terms of medieval or the longer more detailed later recipes like Scappi,
> you might be able to quote one original recipe and one recipe only.
> A 2400 word article places a limit of 240 words on quoted text. For Scappi,
> that's often one recipe.
> You'll run into the same problems with modern recipes if they are sourced
> from a modern cookbook or
> the web.
> On Aug 2, 2011, at 3:51 AM, Ian Kusz wrote:
> So, if anyone likes/wants, I can collect some of their favorite
>> appeal-to-moderns, camp-capable recipes and submit them as a group to TI.
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: "Ian Kusz" sprucebranch at gmail.com
>>> Sent: Friday, July 22, 2011 1:52pm
>>> To: tieditor at sca.org
>>> Subject: Tournaments Illuminated suggestion
>>> Would like to see recipes; two categories: actual medieval recipes (with
>>> modern measuring units) that are tastiest, and some of those same recipes
>>> that are good for campouts. The SCA-Cooks list would probably love to
>>> Just seen too many awful-tasting feasts. And there is some medieval food
>>> that appeals to modern palates.
>>> Ian of Oertha
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