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A '''course''' is one group of dishes served at a [[feast]].
 
A '''course''' is one group of dishes served at a [[feast]].
   
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=== Course vs Remove ===
To many this term seemed too modern, so early in the history of the [[SCA]] some started using the term '''remove''' which is actually a out of period (Victorian). Course is a perfectly fine term.
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To many the term course seemed too modern, so early in the history of the [[SCA]] some started using the [[SCAism]] '''remove''' which is actually a Victorian term and so [[out of period]]. Course is a perfectly fine term.
   
 
=== External Links ===
 
=== External Links ===

Revision as of 10:20, 6 November 2003

A course is one group of dishes served at a feast.

Course vs Remove

To many the term course seemed too modern, so early in the history of the SCA some started using the SCAism remove which is actually a Victorian term and so out of period. Course is a perfectly fine term.

External Links