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The Twenty-fourth Year

Culinary Collegium -- Province of the Mists / Esfenn

July 29, 1989 (AS XXIV)

From The Page (June, 1989):

Cooks, brewers, and lovers of food and drink, come to the Culinary Collegium on July 29 at the Odd Fellows Hall in Cupertino. This is the same site as this year's Mists Spring Banquet. There will be classes on subtleties, chocolates, the period kitchen, and more. If you want to teach a class, please contact the autocrats, Berengaria de Montfort of Carcassonne and Grun der Sptizenkloppler (names/phone).

From The Page (July, 1989):

Cooks, brewers, students of cooking, and enjoyers of fine cuisine, gather ye one and all for the first ever Collegium devoted exclusively to the culinary arts, to be held July 29 at the Odd Fellows Hall In Saratoga. This is the same site as this year's Mists Spring Banquet (address). This one-day session will feature a day of classes (9 am to 5 pm) and be followed by a potluck feast and revel highlighted by some of the work done by the attendees that day. Classes as of this writing include, but are not limited to: Translating Medleval Recipes by Master William Darcy of Montrose (how to translate and Interpret Middle English and French recipes into a workable dish); The Medieval Kitchen, by Meisterin Sula von Pferdenthal; Middle Eastern Cuisine by Sheikha Aricia Kirsten Devereaux and Viscountess Carol the Just (emphasis on quick foods that will work at tourneys, vegetarian); Cordials; Home Brew Tasting and Recipe Swap (a workshop class, hands-on, please bnng a bottle of home brew and the recipe to share); Subtleties, by Mistress Ella du Vergne (working with royal icing and sugar subtleties); and more!

Site fee is $4.00, most of the classes do not have materials fees, but please contact the autocrats for further details. A catalog including schedule will be available by July 1. Please bring a dish (enoguh for SIX people) for the potluck that evening. The category breakdown is as follows (by nationality of SCA name): English/Anglo Norman - main dish, Gaelic - dessert or fruit, Northern European - veggies or soup, all others - salad or bread and cheese. For further information, to receive the catalog and preregistration form, or for any questions or suggestions, please contact the autocrats, Beregaria de Montfort of Carcassonne and Grun der Splizenkloppler (names/contact info).


Description of this event (if any), taken from The Page, or from memory of at least one person who attended the event.


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