[Sca-cooks] peerage vigil spreads?

Etain1263 at aol.com Etain1263 at aol.com
Thu Mar 1 14:00:03 PST 2007

An interesting question.  Im not sure about all of Aethelmearc,  but in 
ACG...we do food.   We had one of our own get his Pelican last  month, and another 
get her Laurel last week.  He was in the cook's guild  and her husband is also 
in the cook's guild, so the guild provided  both "spreads".   We included 
what the "honoree" wished, and then all  just offered what we chose to bring.  
The coordinator of the vigil had  final say, but we almost always do period 
foods, so there was no problems.   The Cordon Bleu Cook's guild of Thescorre 
provided pelican/laurel cookies  for each event (much thanks for all that hard 
  We had meatballs, several kinds of tarts: daryoles, brie, lemon,  plum 
pudding, and strawberye, cakes, "cheese goo", trayne roste (special request  of 
the baby bird), and a cheese spread.   Since both of these vigil's  were 
afternoon, prior to feast, nothing too substantial was offered.
  As for "how much".....too much!   Both times we had a lot  left over to 
party on later that evening!
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