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I'm going to be moving in the contents of the Forme of Cury into Cunnan soon. There are a few people I've spoken to who have said that they would be willing to help produce a complete set of redactions. I'll put the list of recipes done so far on Cunnan:Recipes from the Forme of Cury before adding them to the Recipes article. Once that is done they will need to be (or at least should be) sorted into their relevant categories. - Tobin 19:02, 8 Dec 2003 (EST)

Raisin and fig cream

it doesn't get any more SCA than this recipe! *cringe*

I don't understand this comment. This is an authentic period recipe, and the interpretation is quite accurate other than substituting red food coloring for saunders - which is only a coloring agent anyway.
I think, but I'm not sure, the comment was added by someone who doesn't like the number of common SCA dishes with raisins. Anyway I've moved the original comment and the response here, since they didn't really belong in the article. - Tobin

Surely this page should link to all the Forme of Cury recepies, and I'm sure I've seen a few other recepies too. Maybe this page should move to the category recpies page heading? Tiff 10:33, 8 Nov 2005 (CST)