[Sca-cooks] newbee cook attempting feast for the first time in december
Kathleen A Roberts
karobert at unm.edu
Mon Jun 8 10:28:30 PDT 2009
On Mon, 8 Jun 2009 11:22:00 -0600
Susan Lin <Shoshanna at caergalen.org> wrote:
> I have also found that if soup is served as a first
>course people think you
> are just trying to fill them up so they don't eat as
>much of "the good
> stuff" even if the soup is very yummy. So, not as much
>of the soup gets
the logistics of soup are interesting in a served feast as
well. do you roll it around in a pot on a cart, slosh it
in a bowl, or glop/plot it from a pitcher? 8)
in a donation, serve yourself style lunch soup is great.
but at a feast it can be tedious and time (almost typed
thyme) consuming. the smaller the feast, the easier it
is to use, but soup between courses for a large feast...
i'd prefer a salat for the palate cleanser.
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