Open hearth or fireplace cooking
I'd like to learn open hearth or fireplace cooking...where in B.C or online can I find colonial tools such as a long handled french egg spoon please? And are there any classes/workshops in or around Surrey to teach fireplace cooking? Thanks!
i was curious about your topic and googled
looks interesting - a blacksmith in Oregon who makes tools
maybe Fort Langley or another historic site has info - they have a blacksmith who does re-enactment demos. http://www.culinaryhistorians.ca/reso...
i bought a toasting fork from this place - i ordered by phone and mail - but i think there are some of their products at Circle Craft on Granville Island - maybe they can make you the egg spoon http://kootenayforge.com/?page_id=547
Lee Valley for tools?
a good woodstove / BBQ store might have some tools
a good hardware store?
i bought the best egg beater ever from this place online
oh, of course, it's a small town (ie a place name)
well, ya never know about that pub out there ; )
really - i was referring to the historic site - the National Park
i saw a blacksmith demo out there during the xmas season 2011/12
one time at the Fortress of Louisbourg on Cape Breton we had the "lower class lunch" --- it's another National Historic Site - the lower class lunch was interesting - we qualified for the porringer and a spoon - and a shared knife -- plus benches to sit on. http://fortressoflouisbourg.ca/Grandc...
That would be a cool class if it existed. All I can recommend are the following cookbooks:
(I'm sure the above is avail at the library).
(I have this book. It's more open-hearth cooking porn than a real cookbook though).