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Re: Newcomer in search of help! -Reply

Poster: Dryw Freed <web4539@charweb.org>

On Thu, 15 Oct 1998, Beverly Robinson-Curry wrote:

> Date: Thu, 15 Oct 1998 10:52:00 -0400
> From: Beverly Robinson-Curry <corvus2@worldnet.att.net>
> To: atlantia@atlantia.sca.org
> Subject: Re: Newcomer in search of help! -Reply
> Poster: "Beverly Robinson-Curry" <corvus2@worldnet.att.net>
> Ed Whitfield wrote:
> > Perhaps your ideas will spark other peoples thoughts
> > on what would be helpful for us newbies.
> For feast, drinking vessel (mug or goblet), bowl (hint!  The smaller the
> bowl, the less soup you get, so if you don't really care much about having
> the soup, bring a small bowl!  You can almost always get a second helping
> of the soup if you like it, but it's heck to get rid of if you didn't eat
> it...), plate, napkin, fork, spoon, SHARP KNIFE!!!  Many times you may need
> to cut the meat brought for the whole table.  A steak or carving knife is
> really, really handy in your feast gear, when presented with a whole
> chicken or a large roast.

Especially at your first event, these do not have to be of any particular 
material or style.  If you don't have anything that looks midieval, you 
can make do with raiding your china cabinet at home, at least until you 
can get something more appropriate! :) 


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