|cooking and time||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Laura Bagnall (Laura_Bagnallterc.edu)|
|Date: Fri, 20 May 94 12:49 CDT|
Subject cooking and time The discussion of kitchen equipment reminded me of another question that I have about cooking for a cohousing community. How long on average does it take to prepare food for 60 (to pick a number) people? If one supposes that the majority of adults in a cohousing community work full-time (aside: is this a valid assumption?), when do those people find time to cook? Do you end up having people take a half-day off of work once or twice a month, and work late other days to make up for it? Is it generally harder to find cooks on weekdays versus weekends? My last experience with cooking for large groups of people was when I lived in a house of 30 students as an undergraduate. I would only sign up on days when I didn't have any late-afternoon classes, and I would start around 3pm. Laura Bagnall NWIS Cohousing Arlington, MA
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