Ken Peavey wrote:The current kitchen at basecamp, from what I can tell, is a standard American kitchen designed for use by a typical nuclear family of 2 parents an 3.14159 kids.
If I understand the nature of the situation you need to service the demands of a larger group every day, in various locations, plus the occasional large group.
1 Construct a production kitchen
2 Construct or purchase a food wagon.
Michael Cox wrote:What about using a traditional haybox to keep stuff warm, or to slow cook stews and things? Perhaps make a trailer mounted haybox so you can load food hot into it at the house, it can be driven down the hill and just stay in the trailer until you are ready to serve it.
As good insulating box can keep food properly hot for ages.
Dave Burton wrote:Please may you draw a picture of the layout between each area. I am having trouble picturing this in my head.
Is it a straight path, curvy path, zigzaged, etc? How far apart is everything from each other? Where are the basecamp, auditorium, and kitchen located in relation to each other?
R Scott wrote:1. need an alternative to glass for the trips to the lab. We use stainless steel PIE PANS as our plates/bowls
R Scott wrote:3. E&E&Paul should be able to build a RMH-powered steam table to keep food warm. Eventually
What do you have in that there bucket? It wouldn't be a tiny ad by any chance ...
100th Issue of Permaculture Magazine - now FREE for a whilehttps://permies.com/wiki/139148/Permaculture-Magazine-FREE