[Sca-cooks] Good referrence for St George and the Dragon

Johnna Holloway johnnae at mac.com
Fri Feb 17 12:48:43 PST 2012

Actually that one is wax.

Start with Peter Brears' volume All the King's Cooks.
The Tudor Kitchens of King Henry VIII at Hampton Court Palace,

You can join the actual Tudor Cooks Forum at http://tudorcook.blogspot.com/
They discuss their work and subtleties on the forum and at google+


On Feb 17, 2012, at 3:40 PM, Mercy Neumark wrote:

> So there is this fantastic video of the Hampton Court kitchens and  
> they show St. George and the Dragon (I believe) in marzipan (again,  
> I think).  What books would you all suggest I look at in order to  
> document this?  I have an idea, but any and all book and website  
> likes would be welcome.  I have to cross check a few books I have  
> right now as I haven't read them in a very long while.
> Here is the video I found: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uqaa3fZVtas&feature=relmfu
> Thanks! :)  --Mercy

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