RE: [Authentic_SCA] Re: coffins
- On Friday, November 30, 2001 4:54 PM, roswtr@...
> Nope, in this sense the "coffin" is a pie crust. I think, actually,I believe that "Coffin" and "Coffer" are both generic medieval english
> it's even more commonly called a coffin than a crust.
terms for "box"
Usually "coffin" in this context refers to a free standing crust ( though
they are sometimes supported before being baked, the support is generally
This is why there is usually no fat in the crust recipe, as a fatted crust
needs to be supported with a pan.
Think "Pate en Croute" instrad of "Mincemeat pie".
Studium doscendi volutate quae cogi non potest constat.