[Sca-cooks] Non-Period Food for Non-Vigil

Susan Lin susanrlin at gmail.com
Sun Oct 23 06:55:26 PDT 2011

I am a huge lover of sushi.  It can be done without raw fish and it can be
made a little in advance (morning of) and brought in the coolers.  Rolls
work best.

Also, if you're not inclined towards period foods pecan tassies (individual
bite sized pecan pies) are yummy.  Bruschetta bits can be made in advance
and then assembled on site.  Zucchini or banana bread is a good option.

Good luck.


On Sun, Oct 23, 2011 at 5:49 AM, <lilinah at earthlink.net> wrote:

> A friend with a Japanese persona is getting Laureled at Twelfth Night. This
> is one of only two non-camping Kingdom events, being held in a hotel (the
> other is our Collegium, usually held in a school). She is not having an SCA
> vigil, which she thinks is not appropriate for Pelicans or Laurels anyway,
> and definitely not for her persona. Instead she wants a nice little party.
> She doesn't care if the food is not period and not Japanese, although
> either is OK. She just wants stuff non-foodie people will enjoy. She's
> planning to buy some decent sake and some good quality mochi from a local
> Japanese sweet shop. Otherwise, i am doing the food.
> I am at somewhat of a loss for what dishes to have. I want stuff that isn't
> too messy - not too much potential for dripping or staining. It needs to be
> prepared elsewhere. We can bring coolers, but we can't exactly cook in the
> hotel room, although i do have a crock pot and can borrow more.
> I throw myself upon the collective wisdom for suggestions.
> Thanks,
> Urtatim (that's err-tah-TEEM)
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