[Sca-cooks] food likes and dislikes and ettiquette
ddfr at daviddfriedman.com
Mon Aug 31 09:25:54 PDT 2009
>Sharon Palmer wrote:
>>Perhaps it is Interkingdom differences, but I'd never prebook feast
>>if I had not seen a menu, even one that was subject to change. I
>>don't expect to be able to eat every dish, but hope there are
>>enough interesting items to make a meal of. Otherwise I don't eat
>>feast. My diet, my responsibility.
>It may be interkingdom anthropology-- maybe different standards in
>terms of food, or maybe just of habit. I *would* be very surprised
>if a person with a normal-ish range of likes and dislikes couldn't
>enjoy a typical feast here.
In my case, it's more a matter of wanting to observe and encourage
period feasts. A menu makes it easier to tell if it's going to be
period or periodoid.
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