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

Johnna Holloway johnnae at mac.com
Sat Feb 18 16:24:41 PST 2012

I did a paper for the Pale on St George if you need references to the  
For that matter there's the paper on subtleties too.


On Feb 18, 2012, at 10:54 AM, Elise Fleming wrote:

> Mercy 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?  You are looking for specific references to a St.  
> George/Dragon used as a table decoration pre-1600, right?  I'm not  
> sure if you will find a reference to that specific item, but there  
> are certainly references to other non-food items used on dining  
> tables which might be used as documentation for other items such as  
> castles, trees holding edible fruits, fire-breathing animals... Are  
> you looking to document items made of something other than food? Or,  
> just items made of food?
> Alys K.

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