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Old 06-05-2006, 03:45 AM   #1
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Both of our meals are going to be on the same day (Thursday July 20th), which will probably make it easier on all us "great cooks" who will be bringing dishes!

I'm starting the sign up sheet below for the two meals. Each dish should feed 8-10 people
- we'll have a lot of hungry folks there!
It may look like a lot of food, but remember we've got 165+ coming! We'd rather have too much food than not enough!!!!

The Texas Boomers are providing all the paper products so you'll only have to bring your dish and beverge of choice to breakfast and supper.

Please sign up for both meals below and I'll update the list every day!


Beware! This is going to be a LONG sign up sheet!

<span class="ev_code_BLUE">It has been suggested that if you have a special dish to bring a stack of recipe cards to hand out! Also a good suggestion is to make a PLACECARD with the name of your dish. This is an excellent idea for those with food allergies or so we'll all know what delectible we're about to eat!!!</span>


1. Chambers
2. Interrante
3. Zapka
4. Dawson
5. Blansfield
6. Moore
7. Weiberg
8. Saladina
9. Robertson
10. Smith
11. Allen
12. Robustelli

1. Hale - fried ham
2. Wilson - bacon
3. Chambers - bacon
4. Novitsky - sausage & Canadian bacon
5. Schweim - S-P-A-M... (Ken insists it's a breakfast meat!!!!)
6. Dawson - turkey bacon
7. Coffmans - sausage patties
8. Yagecic - Scrapple
9. Hartleys - sausage
10. Czetli - 3# sausage
11. Martini - 5# sausage
12. Sing - Scrapple

1. Creekmore - Amish Casserole
2 Dunns - French Toast Casserole
3. Nelsons - Crockpot casserole
4. Krylowicz - Western omelet casserole
5. Fortune - egg and ham casserole
6. Morgans - speedy spud dish
7. Small - ham,cheese & potato casserole

1. Follas - sausage gravy and biscuits
2. Rupp - sausage gravy and biscuits
3. Cason - sausage gravy, biscuits and Juice

1. Darnells
2. Corwins
3. Odenthals
4. Shaffers
5. Trostle - Hot, Sticky Buns
6. Melofchiks

1. Wrights - cereal and milk
2. Fauntleroy - big ole pot of grits
3. Hilgers - coffee cake
4. Koelsch - fruit bread

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1. Robertson - 6 dozen rolls

1. Wilson - dinner salad
2. Wrights - dinner salad
3. Darnells - Ceasar Salad
4. Rupps - cabbage salad
5. Odenthals - 5 Bean salad
6. Small - broccoli salad
7. Sing - Taco Salad
8. Trostle - Florida Style Broc Salad
9. Saladina - Tossed Salad w/ Italian Dressing
10.Koelsch - German Potato Salad
11. Casons - 2 Jello Salads
12 Robustelli - pasta salad

1. Creekmores - spiral ham
2. Fauntleroy - Jambalya (huge pot)
3. Chambers - Paprika Beef and Noodles (deviled eggs too)
4. Yagecic - cabbage,ham and noodles
5. Interrante - Chicken Piccata
6. Follas - Smoked Pork Roast
7. Novitsky - ethnic kapusta ???
8. Stewarts - Buttered Noodles
9. Schweim - Sauerkraut,hamburger,noodle dish
10. Zapka - pot o' chili
11. Dawson - crockpot turkey breast
12. Corwin - Arizona Chili
13. Hartleys - bbq pork ribs
14. Hilgers - manicotti
15. Shaffers - sausage/veggie sandwiches
16. Weibergs - Ham
17. Martini - Seafood Alfred & Florida Swamp Delicacy

1. Hale - pot of green beans
2. Dunns - Asian Pork Salad
3. Nelsons - cream corn and butter beans
4. Fortune - hash brown casserole
5. Moore - String Bean casserole + carrots
6. Hammett - steamed vegetables
7. Melofchick - broc & corn casserole
8. Smith - hash brown casserole
9. Olson
10. Allen

1. Wilsons - Texas Delight
2. Rupps - something scrumptious!
3. Stewarts - Ambrosia Salad
4. Krylowicz - Peach Cobbler
5. Coffmans - Stella's Banana Pudding
6. Hartleys - Peach cobbler
7. Blansfield - Amaretto Bread Pudding
8. Czetli - melons
9. Moore - Watermelon
10. Hammett - Birthday Pound Cake
11. Morgan - Better Than SeX Cake
12. Trostle - Big 10 Strawberry Pies

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Old 06-05-2006, 03:58 AM   #2
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Hi Sandy,

Sylvia said to put us down for Fried Ham for the breakfast and she'll do a big crock pot of Green Beans for the dinner.

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Old 06-05-2006, 04:11 AM   #3
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You can put us down for Bacon for Breakfast and Salad & Dressings and a dessert for supper.
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Old 06-05-2006, 05:21 AM   #4
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Well Sandy I guess I had BETTER sign up with something as I tend to eat a bait of food myself. I don't want anyone to call me a freeloader.

I'll do a pot of Grits for breakfast like I did in San An'tone. (Yes Sunny I will make SURE to put enough butter in them this time)

For supper I'll do something folks SEEM to like that I cook. A large cast iorn (10 gallon) full of rice, various meats, onions,fresh garlic and more kinds of seasoning than you can shake a stick at. (Jambalya)
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Put us down for two cans of SPAM. I know, there is always the YUK!...I'd die first!...You couldn't.....but I'll bet there won't be one piece left. Have to talk to the wife about what to bring for supper.
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Originally posted by calliopeguy:
Put us down for two cans of SPAM.

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Old 06-05-2006, 09:41 AM   #7
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Sandy we will sign up for:
2 doz scrambled eggs and 2 lb bacon for breakfast.
2 doz deviled eggs and
crock pot of Paprika beef with noodles for dinner.
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Old 06-05-2006, 09:42 AM   #8
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Hi Sandy:

Judy said to put us down for :
BREAKFAST -- French Toast Casserole

Dinner -- Asian Pork Salad

Suggest everyone bring copies of their recipies, would be a nice way to share the recipies with the group.

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Old 06-05-2006, 11:17 AM   #9
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Put us down for some world famous SCRAPPLE for breakfast, and, Fried cabbage and noodles w/ham for supper. MMMMM now thats some good PA eats.
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Must be getting close,were talking food.
Karen and I will do scrambled eggs with scallions for breakfast and chicken piccata, Frankie style with capers and lemon butter sauce.

Another suggestion if it wasn't mentioned, a placecard with a small description of the dish.

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We'll do sausage gravy and biscuits for breakfast, and a smoked pork roast for dinner
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Put us down for cereal and milk for breakfast and salad for dinner.
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DANG! I am getting hungry just READING the list so far!
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You can count on me for some fine breakfast meats - sausage & canadian bacon.

And for dinner I will make an ethnic kapusta dish!

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