[Sca-cooks] Yes It's Period and BBQ-Picnic-Potluck Feast Ideas
Euriol of Lothian
euriol at yahoo.com
Mon Jul 11 17:21:07 PDT 2011
An interpretation I have for a Roman Recipe is very similar to "Chicken and Dumplings"
My recipe and notes can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/medievalcuisine/recipe-index/pullus-tractogalatus
On Mon, Jul 11, 2011 at 6:42 AM, Gaylin Walli <gaylinwalli at gmail.com> wrote:
> I've been trolling through the archives and finding bits and pieces of
> conversations, but not a real thread about two things I've been chatting
> about with friends, recently. Two feast ideas that were recently bandied
> about, one of which I know we've talked about in the distant past (but I
> can't find in my archives) and one we've touch upon at times from other
> Idea 1: At least in Michigan, there are traditional "picnic" or "church
> social" or "bbq" foods (use the term that works for you best in your area).
> What foods exist in the recipe corpus available to SCA cooks that remind
> of these dishes (e.g., macaroni and cheese).
> Idea 2: When you first started getting interested in cooking, what were the
> dishes where you boggled, thinking "WOW! I've been making that dish
> *forever*. It's documentably period? Awesome!"
> It's been interesting to see people's reactions in local, private
> conversations and I'd love to hear people's conversations on them here too.
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