mistressaldyth at gmail.com
Wed Jul 25 06:52:11 PDT 2012
I would take it as equal parts of both apples, and zucchini. From a
distance it really looks like sauerkraut. :-) I would probably put in
carrot for color. I am going to try putting it together for our lodge
picnic next month. Maybe parsnip. Garnished with crab apple rings. One
must have a hint of color....
On Tue, Jul 24, 2012 at 10:05 PM, Tre <trekatz at yahoo.com> wrote:
> lol, that's awesome!
> It looks like an interesting salad, too. Do you happen to know if she
> meant that there should be equal parts apple and zucchini, ore two parts
> apple (one part granny smith and one part fuji) and one part zucchini?
> While I generally dislike horseradish, this might be interesting to try.
> From: Deborah Hammons <mistressaldyth at gmail.com>
> To: Cooks within the SCA <sca-cooks at lists.ansteorra.org>
> Sent: Tuesday, July 24, 2012 9:08 PM
> Subject: Re: [Sca-cooks] Recipes
> I sampled an amazing "slaw" this past weekend at a picnic. Made by a 90
> year old. Her recipe:
> "Take equal amounts of granny smith and fuji apples and zucchini. Shred
> them up. Take about a quarter of the amount you did the other stuff and
> make that horseradish. Shred that up. If you want to make the kids eat
> turnips, heck, add a couple of those in and shred them up. Mix it all
> good, and make a dressing of some olive oil and honey with those nasty rye
> bread seeds in it. Mix it up good before you pour it on the shredded
> stuff. Then mix the whole thing up good. Just before you put it out,
> sprinkle some crunchy salt on the top."
> It was really good. I just had to share the recipe though. How many times
> have we seen ingredients and method like this.... :-))
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