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6104Re: Feasting

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  • MargrettNorwoode
    Mar 31, 2011
      Though I do not disagree with your statement and normally have a bad case of helium hand anyway, I am not qualified to be a feast steward. A few months ago, I cooked a full medieval/renaissance feast for only six people. I was totally overwhelmed by that experience which was on a much smaller scale and thus am not able to do it for 75-100 people.

      But I love and appreciate those who are willing to feast steward and will help them prepare food before the events as much as my schedule allows.


      --- In Ayreton@yahoogroups.com, Jill Elaine Hughes <jillhughes2@...> wrote:
      . . .>
      > If you think we need more feasts, Margrett, by all means volunteer to be our
      > next feast steward!  There was an old saying in my former barony----if you say
      > you don't like something, you just volunteered to fix it.
      >  Marissa de Courette
      . . .
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