[Sca-cooks] food likes and dislikes and ettiquette

debbie pond pursey42 at hotmail.com
Mon Aug 31 11:24:21 PDT 2009

> 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.
> Expecting the cook to change the menu or make something special just 
> for me seems very rude.  On the other hand, as this list has said 
> before, a well planned feast should offer enough variety to 
> accommodate most dietary issues.
> Ranvaig
I agree wholeheartedly with Ranvaig.  I am one of those dreaded vegetarians who also happens to hate mushrooms.  Though I would never expect to be able to eat every dish at a feast, some are heavier on meat dishes or mushrooms than others, thus not as good for my particular food choices.  I would feel incredibly rude to ask for special accommodations, so  I base my decision on whether or not a particular feast is doable for me by checking the menu online ahead of time.  Thus, I have fully enjoyed each feast so far!


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