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Subject: Re: cooking w/alcohol (was: BoD ruling)
Date: Fri, 18 Jul 97 19:40:35 -0500
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From: Dottie Elliott <macdj at onr.com>
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Burke McCrory 7/18/97 7:12 PM
>As to the
>reasons I think that it came about from the problems of over purchasing
>quantity and drinking what was not used in cooking the feast.
Thank you for listing the reason for the decision. I agree, I suppose,
that this could happen and even be used to buy enough for everyone to
drink at the feast instead of just for cooking (although that would be
dishonorable). However, minor management and honorable intentions could
easily be used to overcome abuse of a policy that allowed alcohol for
cooking to be purchased. My problem is not that it cost a lot of my
money to buy the wine I need to cook a feast. I rarely need more than
5-10 liters of wine for an event with several items requiring wine. Its
not that I mind donating things. I always end up donating spices, herbs
and other ingredients and supplies for one reason or another at every
feast I cook and I donate 99% of the supplies for the monthly cooks guild
that I host. Its that I am trying to understand this unusual policy.
It seems that it was a reaction to the abuse of a previous policy. Very
well. I DO agree that we should NOT buy alcohol for drinking. I DISAGREE
that it should prohibit the purchase of alcohol for cooking in reasonable
quantities. Nevertheless, NOW that I know the policy, I will abide by it.
(capitalizations are for emphasis only)
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