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Posted: 17-Nov-2018, 10:19 PM
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HOW TO THROW A MEDIEVAL FEAST




Imagine that you are a master chef, working for a celebrity who wants to throw a wedding dinner for their daughter, with 200–300 guests. Next imagine that you have no electricity – no refrigerators, no freezers, no light – and no gas. Your suppliers have to get everything to you fresh, and you don’t want to use salted meat for this important occasion.

You are not sure exactly how much of any ingredient you will need until very close to the day. What’s more, the guests may stay on for several days. Among them there will be vegetarians or people needing special diets. To top this all off, the only transport available is horse and cart, so nothing can be brought at the last minute.

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Posted: 18-Nov-2018, 08:21 AM
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And people complain these days about how hard it is to cook for several people... wink.gif


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