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This catering product would consist of the following:
Print on demand booklets describing a chosen location and
era's social conventions as apply to a social gathering.
Foods fitting that time frame substituting for ingredients
that aren't available.
Costumes of the correct type for the
era and location.
Era- appropriate decorating.
Era-appropriate transportation for guests.
Sort of like this?
[Klaatu, Jun 07 2011]
baked here, too! (similar- but not in Russia)
[xandram, Jun 07 2011]
||The SCA only goes to 1599, [Klaatu].
||Mmmmm! I'd like another helping of that fine boiled cabbage!
||<channels Yakov> In soviet Russia... Party celebrates you.
||//The SCA only goes to 1599//
So, the only difference with this idea is that it covers
an era 100 years later and, it's based in Russia? Then
what? Party like it's 1776 in Lithuania?
||I fail to see a new idea other than the time frame
and location. [-]
||sca.org describes time periods. castlerestaurant.com
gives parties for a particular time and place. Neither
are a party planning service that lets you pick any
time and place.
EDIT: castle restaurant does
not seem to match the period in any way but the
general theme of the place. Clothing, transportation,
food is all current era.
||Stalingrad, January 1943 ...
||//Stalingrad, January 1943//
||Costs would be very low. You could serve the
customers to each other.