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The Forty-Eighth Year

West Coast Culinary Symposium -- Kingdom of Caid

March 7-9, 2014 (AS XLVIII)

Camp Scherman,
near Idyllwild, CA

From The Page (February, 2014):

The Kingdom of Caid is proud to host The Society for Creative Anachronism’s West Coast Culinary Symposium in 2014. This multi-Kingdom, 3-day event will be a chance for like-minded and enthusiastic people to get together and share their love and knowledge of pre-1600 period cooking and practices and share the tasty results. It is also a time to gather as friends, make new ones, share ideas, and teach our skills to others hoping to learn.

Participants will be comfortably lodged in heated cabins with access to several onsite kitchens and outdoor cooking areas.

We have confirmed that Charles Perry, Food Historian and Co-Founder, Culinary Historians of Southern California, will be our key-note speaker at the 2014 West Coast Culinary Symposium! Most classes are free with registration, but some classes do have a small fee to cover materials. Please refer to the class description for that information.

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**THIS JUST IN - Full weekend spaces are sold out! Day trip pre-registrations are still being accepted! **

Site Information: Camp Scherman- near Idyllwild, CA.

Site Fees:$30 - Saturday day-trip including meals*
$10/day - Saturday or Sunday classes only, no meals*
* $5 fee will be added for non-SCA members
** WCCS 2014 Commemorative Aprons may be added to your pre-registration for only $12. These are limited in quantity and will be $15 the weekend of the event.**

Description of this event (if any), taken from The Page, or from memory of at least one person who attended the event.

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