New guy here. I searched the forum but was unable to find the info i was looking for.
I plan on going to the Eggfest in Sacramento in October and am debating if I want to do some cooking there.
Can somebody provide me with the information that is standard for people that cook. For example:
-how much food (do you plan for 50, 100, etc),
-do you have to have your own tent set up or are all the eggs side by side,
-what happens if you run out of food
-do you cook at the same egg or do you wait for your turn
- is there a fridge space provided ( have a freezer box, but would like to know about this if I have to wait for a long time)
- Do you cook one meal or more
I assume that all the food is given out as samples, so no selling of food. I ask this because cooking for 100 people gets to be expensive, and being reimbursed for at least the food, or in part would be nice.
Just some questions that others probably have as well.
I am sure that the place that is hosting it can answer some, but I figured I would ask where people actually know a bit more about it.
Also, was anybody on here able to make a platesetter for the mini from firebricks?
Any disadvantage of making a platesetter out of metal? I have seen some people use various types of pans to shield from the direct heat.