[SCA-AE] Afternoon feasts, was bardic discussion
saskia.beranek at gmail.com
Tue Jan 23 16:01:47 EST 2007
And, we'll be continuing this tradition of the all day sideboard at the
Academy of St Julian on Feb 17, an schola of music and dance classes, as
well. We have a healthy appreciation for music, maybe some bards should
come and joing in the event fun? Maybe even teach a class!
Saskia van Ouwater
BMDL A&S Minister
On 1/23/07, Karen Kasper <arianna_wyn at yahoo.com> wrote:
> The Debatable Lands has routinely held events with an all-day sideboard
> instead of a feast, most recently at our Baronial 12th Night a few weeks ago
> (though that was a pot-luck). Some cooks actually think it's easier, since
> they don't have to worry about precisely timing all the dishes to come out
> together - they cook the food and serve it when it's ready, so the dishes
> goes out whenever it's convenient. Attendees tend to "graze" rather than
> sit down to eat like they do at a formal feast. It's a little more chaotic,
> and hard if the feast hall needs to be used for other activities over the
> course of the day, but it provides for a nice relaxed atmosphere that is
> probably more conducive to bardic activities (heading back to our original
> discussion) as well as board games and other less intensive activities.
> "Ireland-delfs, Orilee" <Orilee.Ireland-delfs at xerox.com> wrote:
> Many moons ago, Thescorre hosted a 12th Night where the feast went on
> all day. We had courses served at various times throughout the day with
> other activities sprinkled in.
> But it would be fun to try it, or something else similar, again. I am
> all for breaking out of the traditional mold of events : )
> Karen Kasper
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