Re: MACS Official Chapter Drink - Bag of Tulle
- At 04:29 PM 1/9/2012, you wrote:
>You closet New Yorkers, You!
>The SLCG abstains, courteously, because there's no way we could pick just one.
>Although the idea of a drink incorporating our alternate nameInternational Costumers' Guild Archivist
>(SLUTS) does have its appeal.
>--- On Mon, 1/9/12, Sarah Bloy
>From: Sarah Bloy
>Subject: [ICG-D] MACS Official Chapter Drink - Bag of Tulle
>Date: Monday, January 9, 2012, 1:57 PM
>A challenge to other chapters in the ICG! Since we feel like a bunch of
>lushes, we want the rest of you to invent drinks and share the recipes with
>us, too! Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to create a
>drink that fits the "personality" of your chapter and provide the recipe
>and the background on its name and contents.
>Until next time, from Wisconsin,
>Madison Area Costuming Society
"Those Who Fail to Learn History
Are Doomed to Repeat It;
Those Who Fail To Learn History Correctly -
Why They Are Simply Doomed."
"The Illusion of Historical Fact"
-- C. Y. 4971
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- Hello, MACS--
Of the three, the first recipe -- the one having Dairy content -- seems the obvious choice, at least from our vantage point south of the Cheddar Curtain...
Pat and Leah O'Connor, CCG
- I believe (though I could be wrong) that the challenge was for other guilds to come up with their own beverage(s), not to select from the options presented.
At BRCG we've been having a lively discussion on the topic, and have already decided our ultimate choice must also be available in similar-looking (or -tasting) non-alcoholic form.
--- In ICG-D@yahoogroups.com, "Patrick" <pjocon@...> wrote:
> Hello, MACS--
> Of the three, the first recipe -- the one having Dairy content -- seems the obvious choice, at least from our vantage point south of the Cheddar Curtain...
> Pat and Leah O'Connor, CCG