[Sca-cooks] Cooking and Serving Equipment
kiridono at gmail.com
Sat Feb 23 13:08:02 PST 2008
Not sure what other cooks in our Barony do,but usually if I'm cooking a
feast, I use some of my own fancy serving gear for high table. I've never
billed the Barony for it...it's mine, some of which I actually inherited
(like the fabulous staghorn carving set from Germany that I have a carver
use at High Table.
On Sat, Feb 23, 2008 at 2:53 PM, morgana.abbey at juno.com <
morgana.abbey at juno.com> wrote:
> I've been following this and I wish I could fully remember a conversation
> of a couple years ago. Old friends of mine were talking about the problems
> caused by a few groups (names were named but I can't remember any of them).
> It seemed that the people running events in those places were such
> brown-nosers that they were serving completely different meals to high table
> and of course the populace was paying for it all. The descriptions were
> that it was entering the realm of high table having rack of lamb and prime
> rib while everybody else was eating oatmeal.
> And of course, they were buying elaborate serving pieces just for high
> table. These pieces apparently never made it into the group inventories
> though the receipts did.
> I guess that was what caused all the flap. Nothing like a paper trail to
> really piss out an accountant.
> Here the cooks' guild gear is kept in the baronial storage and is (for the
> most part) well maintained.
> Morgana LeCoeur
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