Our Galley Coordinator is Rachel McDonnell, she will contact you a few days before your duty day and discuss a detailed menu and purchases with you.
If you have done all this before and know what to do contact Rachel email@example.com and let her know. See below for information about timing and numbers.
DISCUSS WITH RACHEL:
|Thursday||17:30||8pm (Estimate 30 people)||9:30|
|Sunday||09:30||12:15 (Estimate 25 people)||16:00|
|Sunday with youth training||09:30||12:15 (Estimate 40 people)||16:00|
Do what your comfortable with - jacket potatoes and individually stacked ham or cheese salad, for example.
ABOVE ALL AND IMPORTANTLY - KEEP IT SIMPLE!
10.30 am Oven on at 190’C; wash and prick potatoes with fork, rub with oil/salt
11.00 am Potatoes in oven straight onto shelves (est. 30-40 adding as people arrive)
11.30 am Prepare individual stackable plates with salad, ham and cheese
12.00 noon Put cutlery, butter, salt and pepper, dressings out on counter
12.15pm Serve potatoes onto prepared plates as people arrive
6.00 pm Oven on at 190’C; wash and prick potatoes with fork, rub with oil/salt
6.30 pm Potatoes in oven straight onto shelves (est. 30-40 adding as people arrive)
7.00 pm Prepare individual stackable plates with salad, ham and cheese
7.30 pm Put cutlery, butter, salt and pepper, dressings, out on counter
8.00 pm Serve potatoes onto prepared plates as people arrive
Complete a tea bar cash form from the turquoise forms folder
Post cash tubes in the bar floor safe.
Empty the bins into the wheelie bin and replace liners.
Clean the filter and drain the dishwasher (see instructions above the dishwasher).
Switch everthing off EXCEPT the main switch for the cooker (It upsets the clock!)
REMEMBER! YOU are in charge. Don’t panic. If things are not ready for the first sailors off the water, tell them they will have to wait!
If you don’t know / can’t find it / need help – ASK.
Tea Bar Duty is the ideal time to get to know other club members, not just those on duty with you.
The Tea Bar Manager will agree with duty teams who will do the buying DON'T FORGET THE MILK!
Duty crew get hot or cold drinks “on the house” & there is a flask for them to take out on the water if necessary.