[Sca-cooks] Historical Apples

euriol at ptd.net euriol at ptd.net
Tue Oct 28 04:49:29 PDT 2008

A novice would not be expected to know such things, but then again the score on documentation would reflect the level of knowledge presented.

The first cooking competition I entered, oh so many years ago, I did not have documentation. In fact, I did not know documentation was part of the score. This was the start of my education. The next cooking competition I had documentation. The judges asked why I chose the cheese I did. Even now, so many years of entering and running cooking  competitions, I seek to improve my knowledge and documentation. 

If a novice isn't given pointers on how to improve, can you expect that they will?


--- Original Message ---
From:otsisto <otsisto at socket.net>
Sent:Mon 10/27/08  11:03 pm
To:Cooks within the SCA <sca-cooks at lists.ansteorra.org>
Subj:Re: [Sca-cooks] Historical Apples

Even for a novice?


-----Original Message-----
 if the documentation does not at least
mention that they are using non-period apples (a caveat similar to what has
been previously mentioned) then I too would mark the individual down.

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