Judith bas Rabbi Mendel

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== Projects & Publications ==
== Projects & Publications ==
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*Raisin wine (2013-present)
*Medieval matzah (2011-present)
*Medieval matzah (2011-present)
*Medieval Passover foods (2010-present)
*Medieval Passover foods (2010-present)

Revision as of 03:28, 30 October 2013

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Resides:Barony of Settmour Swamp
Status:Active
Awards:Visit the Order of Precedence to access a list of this person's awards.
Heraldry

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Awards & Offices
Companion of the Order of the Maunche


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Introduction

Currently residing in the Barony of Settmour Swamp, Lady Judith has been part of the SCA since 2003, and when attending an event, is most at home when working in the kitchen. She enjoys baking, sewing, and researching interesting corners of Jewish life in northern and central Europe.

Persona

As the only surviving child of the esteemed Rabbi Mendel ben Shlomo (may he be remembered for a blessing), Lady Judith studied Talmud with him from an early age and ultimately inherited his baking business. She currently manages the bakery and her husband's household, and continues the studies that she began with her father as time allows. When traveling in England, she uses the name Katherine de Staverton to avoid persecution.

Offices & Positions

  • Deputy Minister of Arts and Sciences, Barony of Settmour Swamp (9/2010-present)
  • Arts and Sciences Champion, Barony of Settmour Swamp (10/2013-present)

Event Staff

  • Event Steward, Medieval Seder (May 2012)
  • Event Steward, Quest XXVIII, (May 2011)
  • Cooking staff at numerous events
  • Setup and take down at numerous events
  • Taught numerous classes on Jewish cooking and related subjects at various local and Kingdom events, demos, and Pennsic War

Projects & Publications

  • Raisin wine (2013-present)
  • Medieval matzah (2011-present)
  • Medieval Passover foods (2010-present)
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  • The medieval Ashkenazic Haggadah (2010-present)
  • Medieval challah (2009)

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