[Sca-cooks] Dinner Impossible
meisterin02 at yahoo.com
Wed Jan 30 18:12:51 PST 2008
On the Godecookery List, the following was posted by anjabeth_blode about tonight's Dinner Impossible (just thought I'd pass along her words)...
I had so rather they called this "Renaissance Royals" :)
Tonight, Wednesday, January 30th, at 10:00 pm, please tune in to the Food Network for a very special episode of Dinner: Impossible. This was filmed at the Maryland Renaissance Festival, in the Living History area, of which I am honored to be one of the directors. I had a hand in planning and preparation for this event, but in the end, the actual on-camera cooking assistance and general support was carried out by the members of the Company of St. George, among others, with whom I have been privileged to work for over ten years.
For me, this was the culmination of over twenty years of re-enacting
experience, and over fifteen of promotion and training of living history and daily life activities at the festival. I am so proud of the work everyone did that went in to making this possible, and sincerely hope that the final cut of this episode allows everyone involved to shine, if only briefly, in the spotlight for their efforts.
The best part about this, however, is that not only did the festival build the kitchen set-up you will see in our living history area, but that it will remain there as an integral part of our environment. I am very optimistic that we will get to fire it up this season, and once again have our Emeril-meets-the-Renaissance cooking shows.
Meisterin Katarina Helene von Schönborn, OL
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