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Calontir Cook's Symposium [Mar. 26th, 2009|01:17 pm]
Ancient Medieval and Renaissance cooking


Only a month remains until the Calontir Cook’s Symposium! Come join us and sample the wonderful selection of cooking classes on a variety of topics, from open fire cooking to food sculpture. Come learn about cooking, and bring a dish to show off your skills to our potluck in the evening.

April 24, 25, and 26th, 2009
This year's symposium will feature a themed track of Subtleties and Sugar Work.
Key Note Speaker: Dame Alys Katherine
Camp Marvin Hillyard - 9501 SE Hillyard Rd - Easton MO 64443
Site opens Friday 4/24 at 6pm and closes on Sunday 4/26 at 11am

Site Fees:
Adults - $10.00 + a dish for the potluck (plus $3.00 non-member surcharge as applicable)
Ages 17 through 8 - $7.00 and under 8 - free
There are a few cabins available to rent for $15.00, space for six people.
(Please prepay for all cabins to the event steward, NO reservation = NO Cabin!!)
Site is discretely wet. Camping available for free.

Our website has been updated with a tentative class schedule and class list. Please go visit it and check out the classes!
Main Page: http://www.calontir.org/cooksguild/
Class Schedule: http://www.calontir.org/cooksguild/classsch2009.html (Classes subject to change)
FAQ: http://www.calontir.org/cooksguild/faq.html

Additionally - the symposium will have fighting - a regional fighter's practice and a food related battle. This is a very late breaking development, so it is not yet on the web site - but it will be soon!

Event Steward:
Mistress Gwen A'Brooke
Wombat_girl at hotmail.com

[User Picture]From: tikiseal
2009-03-27 12:43 am (UTC)
Is there going to be any sort of proceddings published or put onto disk that will be available?

I also received info on the Middle Kingdom Cook's list, but due to prior committments will be unable to attend.

I should know by now that if I can't go not to look at the class listings, but...

There are several that I would LOVE to get copies of the handouts. I live in Columbus, OH, and would be happy to pay for postage or copying fees if I can get them.
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