Re: [Authentic_SCA] non-cooler foods
> So what foods do people like to take that require no or minimalThis is from a LONG time ago (2001) and I've learned a lot since then, but
> cooling over a weekend?
here's a place to start...
It's an article I wrote that givers our pennsic menu for 1997 and 2000 and
sources. the 1997 Pennsic was our first event, and it was based on Lord's
Salt, which is a period Icelandic pickled meat. The 2000 Pennsic was
based on salted meat.
Hope this helps.
Bogdan (who is VERY happy that for once the dominant threads are food
related and not THREAD related, so I can actually contribute)
Jeffrey S. Heilveil, Ph.D.
Department of Biological Sciences
North Dakota State University
Fargo, ND 58105
- --- In Authentic_SCA@yahoogroups.com, Amy Heilveil <amyheilveil@g...>
> > So what foods do people like to take that require no or minimalIncluding a couple articles I wrote--which were put up without my
> > cooling over a weekend?
> In the files section there is a file titled, "Events without a cooler"
> containing more information in this vein.
Whom would I talk to about having them removed?
- Rufina Cambrensis/D.Peters,
Your articles were added by one Sableroseschool in May of 2002 and I
apologize that they were placed without your permission.
They have been removed, as per your request.
Despina de la nothing supposed to be in there without the author's permission
- "greygoliard" <dpeters@...> wrote:
>Your articles are and should be yours to do with as you will, but is there some reason besides spite or wounded pride why you don't wish those on this list to see your articles anymore?
> > In the files section there is a file titled, "Events without a cooler" containing more information in this vein.
>Including a couple articles I wrote--which were put up without my
>Whom would I talk to about having them removed?