[Sca-cooks] Above/Below the Salt was Greetings

James of the Vayle jamesofthevayle at gmail.com
Tue Mar 18 22:00:38 PDT 2008

I disagree.  There are not many options that I have seen in lists, etc about
having a two tiered feast...and the meats will be the same just prepared
differently...one for quantity one for quality...and what if one was cooking
for 500?  there would have to be a delineation, ot as i understand against
the rules, tables may not have the same feast...a feast so large would have
differnt items as well. And the people who can't afford "it" want to know
what it is and how to get it.

Terry Decker <t.d.decker at worldnet.att.net> wrote:

> In other words, it was a bright idea, poorly executed by the person in
> charge.
> >From a more practical and Machiavellian aspect, the steward failed to
> seed
> the idea in the populace, thus getting them to believe it was their idea
> and
> should  be done, or after seeding, the steward ignored the crop failure.
> Bad form.
> Bear
> > The down-side:  Few people could see the point of two feasts.  The
> > Victory Feast had definite organisational issues.  I've never had
> > terribly detailed description of the allegedly fancier meal, but there
> > did seem to be a lack of enthusiasm.  I think the people in the cheap
> > seats may have got a better dinner.   It just wasn't worth the trouble.
> >
> > --
> > Antonia Calvo
> > (formerly known as Adele de Maisieres)
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