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

Elaine Koogler kiridono at gmail.com
Mon Nov 9 11:42:57 PST 2009

Typically for us, the "feast" can be either a buffet or served at tables.
We do also have "dayboards" and potlucks...but those aren't feasts.


On Mon, Nov 9, 2009 at 2:34 PM, Anne-Marie Rousseau
<dailleurs at liripipe.com>wrote:

> to me, a "feast" is an event that you sit down at a table and food,
> prepared by someone else, is brought to
> you. It is often a multi course meal and to my mind, requires certain
> standards in terms of authenticity and
> panache :)
> other food options can include the buffet line, a potluck, a dinner (ie a
> simpler meal, single course), bbq,
> lunch counter, bag lunches, a la carte, merchants, bake sale, tavern/bar
> with snacks...the list goes on and on.
> but to me, none of these are a FEAST. they are food and lovely to have but
> not a feast.
> do we have events without a feast at them? you bet. do we have events
> without food being offered at them? yes,
> but rarely.
> --Anne-Marie
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