[Sca-cooks] Feast thanks

Sharon R. Saroff sindara at pobox.com
Wed Feb 20 20:38:38 PST 2008

The first feast I feastocrated lo these many years ago, I had four 
sets of royalty in my kitchen washing dishes and helping with clean 
up.  Duke Hano Elandris (Yes I remember back that far) was often in 
the kitchen at many an East Kingdom feast.  Another royal was Earl Victor.

I have seen many a royal come into the kitchen and offer 
assistance.  It is one of the best ways to get people to help.  They 
feel that the royalty should not be working at a feast.


At 04:28 PM 2/20/2008, you wrote:
 >Gunthar wrote:
 >>  > But don't snub my crew!
 >>I appreciate your protection and value of your people, and I agree that
 >>kitchen crews are totally amazing.  But I feel a visit from the local
 >>B&B or Royals back to the kitchen is more impressive than being part
 >>of the show.
 >Good grief! Royals set foot in the kitchen?!?!?!? Surely you jest!
 >They've got far more important things to do... i guess.
 >If only they'd done that i would have no complaints.
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Sharon R. Saroff, M.S.Ed.
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