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Susan J. Longini and Mary Bayard White
 
 
Introduction
 
The Menu
 
Hardy Hors D’oeuvres
 
Blackened Powdered Mola Fish
 
Cast Corn

and Carrots
 
Pate De Verre Pastries
 

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Kiln casting demonstration at Glass Art Society Conference in New Orleans, Lousianna, June 2004

Cooking with Mary and Susan - photo by Digitry
 
Cooking with Mary and Susan
 


We both live in the San Francisco Bay Area and work in San Jose at our respective glass centers. We share students, a glass community, and a passion for the creative investigation and magical concoctions of kiln-forming. Both of us have been working with glass since the late 1960s. Our interest in cooking an “inedible edibles” glass dinner developed from a desire to introduce, in an amusing way, a range of kiln-forming techniques and “recipes.” Our hope is that elements of these guidelines may be used to concoct your own menus, images, and ideas. Included here are all of the complete recipes. Please see GAS Journal 2004 for condensed article and selected recipes.

 

BAY AREA INEDIBLE EDIBLES CUISINE COURSES


THE MENU
PHOTO SANDBLAST RESIST, VERSA COLOR FLASHED GLASS
SANDBLASTING, SLUMPING


HARDY HORS D’OEUVRES
PATTERN BARS, FRIT CRACKERS, RING SAW

BLACKENED POWDERED MOLA FISH
FUSING MULTI-LAYERED FLASHED GLASS, SANDBLASTING
SLUMPING, FLASHED GLASS


CAST CORN AND CARROTS
WAX POSITIVE MULTIPLE MOLDS: ALGINATE, SILICON
CASTING MOLDS: MOLD MIX 6

CASTALOT, SILICA/PLASTER/REFRACTORY MOLD, CASTING BULLSEYE MIXES

PATE DE VERRE PASTRIES
WAX POSITIVE MOLD, PLASTER/SILICA MOLD, REAL FRUIT
PATE DE VERRE BULLSEYE MIXES