[Sca-cooks] Cooks within the SCA

Greg Wardlaw rattkitten at bellsouth.net
Thu Aug 21 16:26:11 PDT 2008

And if it is who I think,... Well he is that much of an ass.  The biggest kicker is that he is an extraordinary cook.  His feasts always sell out, and from what I hear are freaking incredible... Still doesn't make it ok for him to act like that.  
   Now the aforementioned "hot dog" King... I asked him about that about 2 years ago...  His reply was to the effect of he is so picky that he knows with the hot dog he will get something he will eat this way he is free to eat the things he will eat that are served.  He even said that he does try new things especially if he gets said hot dog.....
But yes you are correct about he who shall not be named being a butt.


-----Original Message-----
From: Elaine Koogler <kiridono at gmail.com>
Sent: Thursday, August 21, 2008 6:17 PM
To: Cooks within the SCA <sca-cooks at lists.ansteorra.org>
Subject: Re: [Sca-cooks] Cooks within the SCA

I appreciate your trying to attribute a positive reason for his rudeness,
but that was not the case.  What I didn't say was that he did indicate that
he stayed only so that he could serve high table.  He also stated that this
held true for his entire household.  His entire attitude and tone of voice
indicated that his feelings were far from being altruistic.



On Thu, Aug 21, 2008 at 5:59 PM, otsisto <otsisto at socket.net> wrote:

> Did anyone think that he was trying to be considerate in informing the
> staff
> not to count him in for feast. That he probably would not have been there
> for feast had he not had to serve head table which is a tradition? And
> failed to convey that normally he doesn't eat feast for personal reasons
> like bad experiences, to many allergies...etc. (which means he sucked it up
> while being King)?
> I remember at one feast in the early days that the seating was 80 but only
> 65 signed up. There had been a slue of bad feasts prior to the event
> elsewhere. The feast had people exclaiming to those who ate out that they
> missed a most delicious and satisfying feast. Basically, some (several?)
> people go by the saying "once bitten, twice shy". All it takes is one bad
> experience to make people reluctant to try again.
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