[Sca-cooks] Late Italian feast
Huette von Ahrens
ahrenshav at yahoo.com
Fri Feb 22 19:24:55 PST 2008
You are very lucky to live in a barony who supports an active cook's guild and is
willing to put money into cooking gear.
I have over the almost 34 years of playing in the SCA found that it is better to
gradually purchase my own cooking gear and serving gear, so that when I do a feast,
I will know exactly what I have to work with and know that I can rely on what I have.
I have occasionally loaned out my gear to other groups. Sometimes things come back
exactly as I loaned them. Sometimes things come back ruined or don't come back at all,
with very few offers to replace the damaged or missing items. I don't have to depend
on anyone, if I do a banquet. In fact, as of this moment, I could put on a period feast
for 300 in a field, where all I would need for the kitchen was a water source. Providing
tables for that large a group might be a small problem, but not insurmountable.
--- Dragon <dragon at crimson-dragon.com> wrote:
> Lilinah wrote:
> >I know i have to supply all cookware, serving dishes, and utensils
> >when i cook a feast - yeah, i don't own everything, and i can
> >sometimes borrow from other cooks, but i can't count on it.
> ---------------- End original message. ---------------------
> Why should you buy it?
> Our barony owns feast gear that they loan out to whoever needs it. I
> can't imagine having to do a feast with just my own gear or that
> loaned from fellow cooks.
> Venimus, Saltavimus, Bibimus (et naribus canium capti sumus)
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