Re: [Endewearde_cooks] Re: thoughts and suggestions - more about the space
ooo! I would love to have Dusty dog come stay with us in the dayboard/mini feast room! I love Dusty!Leo
aka Leofwenn of Witelseie
--- On Fri, 8/15/08, Lady Aneleda Falconbridge <aneleda@...> wrote:
From: Lady Aneleda Falconbridge <aneleda@...>
Subject: [Endewearde_cooks] Re: thoughts and suggestions - more about the space
Date: Friday, August 15, 2008, 2:58 PM
Lady Bryn, et all -
The space is viewable from a window and I would expect NO visitors
actually to ENTER the space - the room will be marked as "Staff Only"
BUT folks will be able to see IN. I am putting an image in the files
section which shows the room from the inside, to make it superclear.
While the window is low, I don't think that dogs would be able to get in.
However, I think that Mel and Gwillem's dog Dusty is a very medieval
looking dog, and well behaved, if you want him for atmosphere.. .
Anyway, whatever you do - people will not be able to REACH the food,
only see it. They should only be able to REACH recipes and info. I
can bring a little folding table to put that on (with a cloth over it)
for take-away material.
If someone wants to staff it, cool. Otherwise, I'd just call it a
display and let it sit. If folks want a "tour of the medieval table"
I will make it a scheduled class on the program and those who are
interested can visit closely for 15 minutes. Is someone willing to
answer questions / tell about the medieval eating situation for two 15
or 10 minute "classes" ?
Check the photo...
- *whisper* I've always thought some hearth cooking would be
great...there are hearths, and outdoor fireplaces... 2009..2009...
BUT, back to 2008...
--- In Endewearde_cooks@yahoogroups.com, "Leofwyn" <elamache@...> wrote:
> But in the future, as you said maybe in 2009 - perhaps we could do a
> full-fledged A&S display with presentations every hour on food
> preparation, feast etiquette, facts and lore, because all of your
> suggestions are wonderful! I know that Margaret wanted to do something
> really magnificent someday. So this might be right up her alley.
> Perhaps we should have a Cooks Guild meeting sometime soon to discuss
> the idea?