Rayne's SCA Feast Survey
© 2000 by The Honorable Lady Rayne Moyra O'Ciaragain
If you don't want to read everything, read just the "Overview of the entire survey's results."
Why the Feast SurveyEntrees:
The original survey (Responses are no longer being taken, but we do have a more focused, computer based survey available; see below.)
The numbers from MeridiesDesserts & Misc:
Overview of the entire survey's results -- select comments made by respondantsQuestion 1 -- What do you want from a feast? (With intro)
Question 2 -- How important is the feast in relationship to the whole event?
Question 3 -- Do you usually eat feast?
Question 4 -- Why do you eat feast?
Question 5 -- How long should a feast last?
Question 6 -- What time would like to see feast served?
Question 7 -- How many total number of individual dishes to you want at a feast?
Question 8 -- How many courses (removes) should a feast have?
Question 9 -- How long do you want to wait between courses? or do you want to wait at all?
(Commentary on other questions will follow.)
What now? Ideas & suggestions from cooks for changes that the Feast Survey indicates may be needed, such as making period food more popular, reducing crowding, etc. (We need YOU!) The webmistress hopes to have an electronic survey up, soonish, for us to gather additional, ongoing data on these topics.
A New Survey! Tell us what you think about food at feasts!
Disclaimer and Art info
Medieval and Renaissance food web links
About Lady Rayne, the Author
Contact Lady Rayne
Contact Editrix & Webmistress (for spelling & web issues.)
All text © 2000 Raine Phillips
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