[Spit-Project] An Event Centering on a Fireside Feast
Meisterin Katarina Helene
meisterin02 at yahoo.com
Wed Aug 24 06:08:15 PDT 2011
The notice was posted to the SCA Cook's list, so I thought it might be worthy of posting here, too. This event is in the western part of Pennsylvania, but sounds interesting.
Meisterin Katarina Helene von Schönborn, OL
Shire of Narrental (Peru, Indiana) http://narrental.home.comcast.net
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Shire of Sunderoak
September 2-4, 2011
Brisk fall air, the sound of combat rings in the distance . the smell of
food mingled with wood smoke wafts through the air.
It's not just fanciful imagery; it's the theme of the Shire of Sunderoak's
Ever wanted to try to cook over an open fire? See it done? OK, just eat some
really good food? Here is your chance.
The event stewards, Katla Ulfhedinn (katla at zoominternet.net) & Yvianne de
Castel d'Avignon (yvianne at zoominternet.net) invite you to join us as we
spend the weekend of September 2-4 creating a Fireside Feast at Breakneck
Cheeseman Road, Portersville, PA. 16051)
Saturday will be filled with the opportunity to take open air cooking
classes. Any who wish to join us for the evening meal may bring supplies and
prepare your own gastronomical delight over an open fire ... or bring a
prepared dish from home. **Modern fare as well as period food is welcome.**
Fire pits and wood will be provided for those cooking on site. Limited
ironware and spits will be available by prior arrangement - please contact
Katla or Yvianne to inquire or reserve.
Our marshal has informed us that due to the time of year and site's close
proximity to Pennsic, we may want to fortify our defenses. Therefore, he
welcomes any with armor and weapons to join him on the list field.
Saturday's evening meal will be served buffet style. There is no feast hall
on site, so bring your own table & chairs or eat picnic style. The Shire
will provide hearty meat dishes. All other offerings will be provided by
Site opens Friday afternoon at 2 pm and closes Sunday at 2pm, it is a damp
site - no glass containers please. Site is also pet friendly (all animals
must be on a leash at all times, owners are expected to police their animals
Onboard - Adult- $8 plus a dish to pass, Children 5-11 $5.
Outboard - Adult $8, Children 5-11 $2
A $5 non-member service charge will be collected for those not able to show
proof of membership.
Directions: Take your best route to PA I79, Take exit 96 for PA-488 toward
Portersville/Prospect, continue on PA-488 W/E Portersville Rd, take a slight
right at US-19 N, Turn left at Cheeseman Rd - site is about 3 miles down the
road on the left - follow signs to parking.
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