[Sca-cooks] An Event Without a Feast, was Cookery book at Longleat House?

chawkswrth at aol.com chawkswrth at aol.com
Sun Nov 8 19:08:11 PST 2009

I was in the same shock as Judith, when I first heard of No Feast Events. Feasts are the norm in our Kingdom (we are both Meridians). My theory is that it stems from Southern habits-people who come to our Events are company and we do tend to treat our company royally.  

You might even say that having a Feast is Tradition in this Kingdom. 
And we all know what they say about Tradition....


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Judith wrote: 
>...Admittedly I haven't been to a whole lot of 
>events -- maybe four or five in college, and one since -- but they all 
>had feasts. Every time I hear about an event on a mailing list, 
>someone talks about how great the feast was. I've never seen an event 
>website that doesn't mention feast, even if it's just "feast menu to 
>be announced." Seems to me like every event's got a feast! I'm just 
>floored to discover that this isn't the case. 
Welcome to Inter-Kingdom Anthropology. 
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