Re: [Antir_culinary] Guild Business/Proposed Mission Statement
- Hello,I also like the name Sable Kettle. As well as changing the word order to "support, promote, and advance".Ciao,
Fiamma===========================================================================In a message dated 4/20/2011 10:15:53 P.M. Pacific Daylight Time, JCStapleton@... writes:I agree, even though it's a finicky detail.I like "support, promote, and advance".But...I'm not willing to waste time on it, if it comes down to it.BerengariaOn Wed, Apr 20, 2011 at 10:10 PM, David Walddon <david@...> wrote:
I get that and it is a good answer.Maybe it is just the order it is in for me.
Food is life. May the plenty that graces your table truly be a VAST REPAST.
David WalddonOn Apr 20, 2011, at 10:04 PM, Raphaella DiContini wrote:My take on the meaning of the word "advance" is that we would endeavor to continue seeking out new information. Our culinary knowledge as a historical society has undoubtedly progressed by leaps and bounds in the last couple of decades and in addition to promoting and supporting the culinary arts we will try encourage new research and practice.In joyous service,Raffaella
From: David Walddon <david@...>
Sent: Wed, April 20, 2011 8:27:13 PM
Subject: Re: [Antir_culinary] Guild Business/Proposed Mission StatementI like Sable Kettle.I am wondering about the word "advance". What do we mean by that word?I totally get promote and support but not advance.EduardoOn Apr 20, 2011, at 8:21 PM, The Henson's wrote:
Below is the proposed Mission Statement for a new An Tir Kingdom
> To promote, advance and support the pursuit of the Culinary Arts, by
> both individuals and groups, within the Kingdom of An Tir.
Please comment! Even if it is only a question or a general agreement and
especially if you have doubts and suggestions. Comment period is limited
to two weeks. April 21-May 5th, 2011
I would also like to throw out the Guild Name for comment as well. The
Sable Kettle has been proposed as an homage to those who went before,
but with a new slant.
Thank you for your consideration. Please adhere to proper nettiquette.
>Guilds and livery companies (14th century +) were more properly attributed to the professions, such as cooks, bakers, and pastlers/pastry-cook rather than the jobs they did...
> Worshipful Companies are neat, or we could use one of the other terms. Fellowship, or Fraternity/Fraternitas. Personally Iâm a fan of Gild. Perhaps Gild of Cookry?
I rather like both as they are both historically documented and cover a fairly large time-frame... "guild" being more commonly known however.
Not sure about going with a fraternity due to it's more obvious ties to religion regardless of craft.