[Sca-cooks] Cooking and Serving Equipment
ladyadele at paradise.net.nz
Thu Feb 21 13:22:16 PST 2008
>>Ex: I acquired shallow rectangular baskets from Wal-Mart for $3 ea.,
>>normally $9 because they were on clearance. I then donated them to my Shire.
>>My groups first feast, we used a school's kitchen but it was minimally
>>stocked w/equipment as they were a small school. so we borrowed from a near
>>by Shire. Since then we have been accumulating cooking and serving
>>equipment. We still have a ways to go but we will not have to borrow as much
>>from the other group.
>Can others on this list discuss how their branch or guild does the
>"own their own cooking and serving equipment" thing, please?
Ummm... in the Barony of Southron Gaard we just buy what we think we need.
OK, a bit more specifically... we have very little cooking equipment
(though we may acquire more in future)-- just a couple of large pots and
a few bits and pieces. We _DO_ have lots of serving equipment-- bowls,
platters, plates, spoons, etc. Last time we had a big buy, I made a
list of what I thought we needed, went to Council with my list and
requested a budget for purchases. Then I went shopping in several
inexpensive places and handed the acquisitions over to the Quartermaster.
Our Barony probably does 3-5 feasts per year, plus a 5-6 day encampment
with a meal plan, so we get lots of use out of our stuff.
(formerly known as Adele de Maisieres)
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