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SCA Event Food

The Society for Creative Anachronisms is a medieval recreation group with lots of different activities to get involved in. Part of creating a medieval atmosphere is having period (or as close as is feasibly possible) foods available. I did a search for SCA cookbooks and was surprised nothing came up. Maybe there are some out there and I just didn't search properly. This is a collection of recipes for foods that are great for SCA events. Since I am a fighter the food I bring has to be completely made ahead because I'm too busy (or too tired) at events to mess with the food much.

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1 Reviews |  By Vina

This is a recipe I got years ago from an old friend. I rediscovered it while cleaning out an old recipe box. It's a delicious appetizer or addition to a relish platter. Also very easy. Cooking time is refrigeration time.

Recipe #101381

These are so fast and just plain delicious as either an entree or an appetizer. The aroma is just like pizza as they're baking, very tempting! They're nice with a marinara dipping sauce, but I actually like them plain, with garlic bread and a salad. And if you line your baking sheet with foil, clean-up is a snap!

Recipe #94907

These pigs in a blanket are SO easy and because they're bite-sized, people eat them up quickly!

Recipe #79715

Adapted from the Almond Board of California. Hummus is used through out the Middle East, the Mediterranean, as well as many parts of India. There is no way of knowing where its origin began – though it is presumed to be somewhere in the Middle East. Test and Measure before posting.

Recipe #292798

This is so good and also very filling.

Recipe #19355

My aunt has been making this wonderful bread for years. You can make it ahead and serve it cold. It makes a great appetizer, and is wonderful left over. It also travels well, and is a hit at pot-lucks!

Recipe #78112

It took me a while to get around to trying this recipe I clipped from Cooking Light, but it is a winner! I will be making again and again. Despite the long list of ingredients, it actually goes together fairly quickly. Both the sauce and the marinade are only mildly spicy.

Recipe #190161

My kids and I spend Wednesdays out in the woods either hiking, biking, or letterboxing. We have to take a huge lunch with us and usually it's a Japanese-style bento with onigiri, some protein item, and lots of vegies and pickles. More often than not, my kids will pick this for the protein...it's basically a french hamburger recipe that has been adapted for our bento lunches. Cooking time will vary with how large your patties are. The sauce is a true basting sauce and these will not be in a soupy sort of base. The point of bentos is to make the food as fuss-free to eat as possible. The meat mixture is soft and a bit tricky to work with, but the result is a moist patty that doesn't need condiments and isn't a rubbery hard superball.

Recipe #145451

62 Reviews |  By keen5

Guests will think you spent hours preparing these appetizers. They are very pleasing to the eye and the taste of Brie, caramelized onions and caraway is delicious. Prep time is approximate and includes the 15 minute chill time.

Recipe #73844

This is an outstanding addition to your Tapa Table and so easy to make. I received this recipe from my friend Pat who I had met in Sint Maarten.

Recipe #106130

According to "sweetpoison343" on allrecipes, this is a knockoff of a dish served at the Scandinavian Festival in Junction City, Oregon. When I asked my son if they reminded him of his trip to Sweden, he launched into lengthy, happy reminiscences of his trip, so I guess these tasted authentic! The sour cream pastry is lovely. I served them with Recipe #169055.

Recipe #234810

The inhabitants of Scotland seem to have a mania for deep fried food; they are notorious for deep frying Mars bars. Scotch Eggs are one of their better efforts in this tradition. However, these are just as good baked and a great deal less greasy.

Recipe #69970


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