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The Queen’s Luncheon is Wednesday of Gulf Wars. I want to throw down the gauntlet this year by doing the luncheon as a high-authenticity living history experience: cooking some of the food for the luncheon right there on the field in a period camp kitchen by women in appropriate period garb, so that the food, the kitchen, and the people all are from one time/place… a total immersion experience.

Get a tissue, honey... you're drooling.

Now, no high-authenticity event is ever perfect. That’s okay! We’re going to get as close as we possibly can.

What I’m looking for is 3-4 women who have (or can borrow) good Kampfrau garb, are available the day of the Queen’s luncheon, and either have experience with camp cooking or are willing to experiment with it. Only a few of the dishes for the luncheon will be cooked by you on site. The rest will be cooked at another kitchen on site to be determined.

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