[Sca-cooks] Cookery book at Longleat House?

Judith Epstein judith at ipstenu.org
Sun Nov 8 09:03:00 PST 2009

I was thinking 5 cents per page because that would definitely stop it  
from being a for-profit thing -- they'd just be recouping costs, no  
more than that.

Alternatively, some aspiring pelican protege (or small crew thereof)  
might be convinced to type in the recipes and email them to those who  
requested them.

On 8 Nov 2009, at 10:55 AM, Elise Fleming wrote:

> Judith wrote:
> >I don't think it's at all a good thing that the price is so high, but
> >if there are a lot of interested cooks in your kingdom, might the
> >kingdom spring for a copy, then allow individual cooks to get copies
> >of various recipes at, say, $0.05 per page plus postage?
> I think there might be a law against doing so.  Someone who's a  
> seneschal might be better able to respond, but I know that at  
> Pennsic, at least, the State Dinner has to be privately funded  
> because it's available to only a select group of people and not to  
> everyone.  I'm not sure where copies are currently available at  
> $0.05 a page.  My local copy center, which used to be cheaper than  
> Kinko's, is up to $0.09 a page.
> Alys K.
> -- 
> Elise Fleming
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