[Sca-cooks] kitchen tips
kerri.martinsen at gmail.com
Thu Aug 21 08:54:43 PDT 2008
Think about it this way:
What about the marshalls that spend all day supporting other people that
How about the waterbearers that do nothing but make sure people don't
Or a retainer that spend the entire event following a Crown around?
Should they pay site fee?
Now, I fully agree that unless you are *SITTING* feast, you do not pay for
feast. Any leftovers are the property of the kitchen :) And a certain
amount of tasting must be done before food can go out.
I also think that if I am frugal enough with my budget to allow for
something for my crew to eat it is only fair. Now if I go over becuase of
my "lunch", I pay for lunch. Afterall, I'm the crazy that volunteered to
head the kitchen. All the rest are just there cuz they like me -
On 8/21/08, Kathleen A Roberts <karobert at unm.edu> wrote:
> On Thu, 21 Aug 2008 11:04:52 +1200
> Antonia Calvo <ladyadele at paradise.net.nz> wrote:
> I know when i first started cooking, i was told the kitchen crew didn't
>>> get to eat the feast unless they paid full price for it.
> i was once told my crew had to pay site fee! imagine! and you can image
> the steam coming out of my ears as i hunted down that autocrat (not the
> usual husband and myself doing an event, but another gent).
> they got their money back. ;)
> "Being Irish, he had an abiding sense of tragedy which sustained him
> through temporary periods of joy."
> W. B. Yeats
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