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Gerald Goodwine <[log in to unmask]>
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Historical Recreation in Mag Mor <[log in to unmask]>, Gerald Goodwine <[log in to unmask]>
Tue, 30 Aug 2011 22:02:34 -0500
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On 8/29/2011 8:44 AM, Michael Straatmann wrote:
> Unto the Barony of Mag Mor and her friends, does Mikhail Nikolaevich, 
> former Baron of these lands, send greetings and love.
> I want to thank everyone who assisted with the feast at Cattle Raids 
> this last weekend.  I will apologize in advance if I have 
> inadvertently forgotten anyone.
> Firstly, to Tatjana and Ambrogio for being tireless and putting up 
> with my endless experimentation, menu changes, and general 
> disposition; and for contributing their wealth of knowledge and skill 
> to my meager own.
> To Leopold and Lily for not only traveling across the kingdom to 
> visit; but then being chained to the grill and sink, respectively 
> (even if Leo tried to kill Randwulf and I the night before, I bear him 
> no ill will :-)
> To Gwyneth and Rayya for giving up court and the latter part of the 
> day in general to accomodate my crazy idea to add an entree at 3:30 
> made of inn leftovers and to help during the last minute push.
> To Calien for once again agreeing to one of my crazy ideas, and making 
> that idea work beyond my expectations.
> To Natalya for logistics, running, set-up and the thousand things that 
> she accomplished.
> To all the servers, platers, runners, who did a fantastic job at 
> dealing with the mountains of food all at once.
> SUPER DUPER AWSOME FEAST.  I think everyone liked the sight, But I 
> understand that kitchen facilities arn't so awsome as many feasters 
> might guess.  You should consider writing up what special 
> considerations you had to do to make such a feast happen.  (since it 
> sounds like we may be using the sight in the future)