True, and yet I still can't bring myself to spend the extra money on pre cut watermelon.Watermelon is definitely my #1 Draft Pick for "Food that I get, and I'm all like 'THIS IS SO AWESOME, I NEED TO EAT THIS EVERY DAY, YUM YUM YUM' but then I don't, because it's hard to cut it up, and can be messy, and I forget, and its no longer in season until next year, and the cycle repeats."
I've bought the pre cut, and then curse myself for spending 3 times as much on half the portion, that's usually not as fresh besides.True, and yet I still can't bring myself to spend the extra money on pre cut watermelon.
Between a subway stop and my workplace, there is a Whole Foods market. This is a busy downtown area, with lots of commuters getting to work. So, the market has a really remakrable turnover rate on items that are common for breakfast or lunch. They are restocking that pre-cut watermelon several times a day. Find yourself the equivalent, and you are set.I've bought the pre cut, and then curse myself for spending 3 times as much on half the portion, that's usually not as fresh besides.
Each person is responsible for their own snacks, but if they want to share...I've seen it run both ways, with GMs sometimes taking on hosting duties ("Thank you so much for coming to my home! Have some pulled pork.") and other times expecting snacks to be heaped upon their GM throne ("If you're going to come to my house, you're going to contribute to the snack fund.") Those are two very different attitudes, and it can lead to etiquette confusion when you move between groups.
My question to the board: How does your group play it? And more importantly, how do you convey that information to the rest of the group? Do you make a formal point of it in Session Zero, or just assume that everyone will pick up on subtext?