[Sca-cooks] Cooking and Serving Equipment

Terry Decker t.d.decker at worldnet.att.net
Thu Feb 21 13:46:48 PST 2008

> Can others on this list discuss how their branch or guild does the
> "own their own cooking and serving equipment" thing, please?
> Urtatim (that's err-tah-TEEM)

The Barony of Namron owns a storage building (Fred the Shed) and rents space 
for it from one of the long term members who has room in their backyard. 
Over the years we have purchased equipment and supplies that are kept in the 
storage building.  We have a baronial pavillion, some GP medium tent liners, 
trays, platters, some serving utensils, pitchers (although I think we are 
down to just a few), list poles, ropes, and flags, and a bunch of the 
Baronial hardware.  All of this is carried on the Baronial inventory, 
inventoried twice a year, and kept in condition by baronial work days about 
three times a year.

Cooking and serving equipment has been collected by donation and group 
purchase.  At times inexpensive equipment (serving spoons, bowls, etc.) will 
be budgeted into a feast and added to the inventory.  They even scrounged an 
ice chest I tossed because it leaked but could still serve as a chest for 
feast gear.


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