[Sca-cooks] Cooking Guild in my Shire ...

euriol euriol at ptd.net
Wed Jun 11 06:46:16 PDT 2008

Sounds like you have a good plan to start with. Give it a go, and then at
the end of the first gathering, get feedback from the participants on what
they liked, what they didn't like, and what they would like to see in the
future. (From the Boy Scouts I heard them calling these roses, thorns &


On Wed, 11 Jun 2008 06:33:16 -0700 (PDT), Maria Buchanan
<scarlettmb at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> Ok.  I'm wondering if anyone has any ideas on starting
> a Cooking Guild.
> I want to start one in my shire here in Ansteorra.
> My idea was to have a meeting once a month, scheduled
> a month in advance, that would have a theme (A la Iron
> Chef).  The theme would be either an ingredient or a
> type of cooking (eggplant - ingredient or Thai -
> type).  I thought then everyone could bring a dish to
> the meeting and there would be 3 - 4 people who would
> actually make their food at the meeting and teach how
> it's made.  Everyone would bring copies of a recipe
> for their dish.
> Does this sound like something that you guys would be
> interested in?  I've spoken to the Shire at the pop
> meeting and they said we could try it, but we don't
> always have a lot of people show up at the guild
> meetings int he area.  My feeling is that they are
> scheduling the meetings at a bad time.  I'd schedule
> mine in the late afternoon and not schedule it
> opposite events that people may want to go to.  (the
> last Fiber art's guild meeting was scheduled opposite
> a large event up in the Dallas area, the one before
> was scheduled opposite the Archery practice that is
> VERY well attended.)
> Anyway, does it sound like something interesting?
> Just wondering.
> Maria
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