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Old 06-13-2008, 04:24 PM   #1
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<span class="ev_code_BLUE">To keep this thread to a minimum, I will refrain from responding to each individual post. You'll note the additions on the first post when I log it in. I'll wait until the end of the day to post all the signups. I don't know everyone as well as Madame Boomer does, so please put your LAST NAME on your post.
Thanks,
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Sunday
6:00 PM Welcome supper - catered

Monday
6:00 PM Grill out night - bring your own meat to grill and one side dish - sign ups*

Tuesday
9:00 AM Catered breakfast
6:00 PM Sandwich Smorgasborg - sign ups*

Wednesday
Tour the area day - no group meals today

Thursday
9:00 AM Flap jack breakfast
5:00 PM Pot luck supper - sign ups*
8:00 PM Ice Cream Social

Friday
9:00 AM Pot luck breakfast - sign ups*
6:30 PM Catered supper


<span class="ev_code_PURPLE">All the paper products will be provided, you just need to bring your dish and beverage of choice. Please start to bring your dish about 1/2 hour BEFORE the posted meal time.</span>




<span class="ev_code_RED">**** 2008 NATIONAL RALLY MEAL SIGNUPS BELOW ****</span>

MONDAY NIGHT GRILL OUT
Bring your own meat to grill at the event grill by the rally hall and a side dish.

Salad/side Dish enough to feed at least 8 10 people
1. Nelson broccoli salad
2. Creekmore corn salad
3. Spade lettuce salad w/ fat free dressing
4. Rupp - cabbage salad
5. Yoder - Family Reunion Macaroni salad
6. Brown - blackeyed pea salad
7. Ridall - potato salad
8. Cason - boiled red skin potatoes - 5 lbs.
9. Norton - hash brown casserole
10. Palmer - apple/walnut salad
11. Odenthal - 4 bean salad
12. Cadola - Italian spaghetti salad
13. Talbott - pineapple & peanut coleslaw
14. Norman - milk in individual 1/2 pint cartons
15. Rowell - mac & cheese / taco dip
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.


Veggie Dish enough to feed at least 8-10 people
1. Johnston 96 deviled eggs
2. Wilson - special green beans
3. Krylowicz - Cowboy Baked Beans
4. Blair - baked sweet potatoes (sugar free)
5. Litterer - corn veggie dish
6. Elliott - cooked carrots
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.

Dessert Dish enough to feed at least 8-10 people
1. Montgomery - Cherry Dump Cake
2. Curtis - brownies
3. Naylor - good dessert
4. Wright - dessert
5. Kelley - Key Lime pie
6. Cason - brownies
7. Neal/Chennault - pineapple pudding
8. Talbott - peach cobbler/vanilla ice cream
9. Olson - cheesecake
10.

Unknown Dish - (Don, you have your own category)
1. Fauntleroy - Cajun "This"


TUESDAY NIGHT SANDWICH SMORGASBORG
Extra guests (Allen Hurt and the Heart of Texas Band and 4 members of the North Texas Songwriters Association) have been invited to join us for supper on this night. Please make your dish to feed extra folks!

Sandwiches enough to feed 10-12 people
1. Nelson 2 dozen pimento cheese sandwiches
2. Creekmore 2 dozen ham and cheese sandwiches
3. Yoder - grilled cheese sandwich sticks w/ pizza dipping sauce
4. Blair - BBQ beef sandwiches
5. Litterer - chopped BBQ sandwiches
6. Ridall - Sloppy Joes
7. Cason - country ham biscuits
8. Palmer - chicken salad sandwiches
9. Odenthal - tuna salad sandwiches
10. Cadola - chicken salad croissants
11.
12.

Finger Foods Appetizers enough to feed 10-12 people
1. Rupp - 30 assorted poppers
2. Wilson - Salmon cheese ball and crackers
3. Krylowicz - Rainbow Fruit Skewers
4. Neal/Chennault - Wings
5. Olson - taquitos
6. Norman - milk in individual 1/2 pint cartons
7.
8.
9.
10.

Veggie Snacks enough to feed 10-12 people
1. Brown - Veggie tray
2. Cason - olives & raw veggies
3. Norton - stuffed celery sticks
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.


Chips and Dips enough to feed 10-12 people
1. Spade - Fritos and spinach dip
2. Montgomery - Rotel cheese dip and Doritos
3. Kelley - chips & dip
4. Cason - potato chips w/ french onion dip
5. Talbott - guacamole dip & chips
6. Elliott - H & D dip & chips
7.
8.


Cookies 2 dozen cookies
1. Curtis - choc chip/peanut butter
2. Naylor - cookies
3. Wright - cookies
4. DiGiovanni - cherry & apple turnovers
5. Rowell - chocolate mousse
6.
7.


Unknown dish
1. Fauntleroy - Cajun "That"


THURSDAY NIGHT POT LUCK SUPPER enough to feed 8-10 people
NOTE: No dessert category is listed we will be having our ice cream social later that night!

Salad/side Dish
1. Montgomery - Harvest Potatoes dish
2. Krylowicz - Spicy Strawberry salad
3. Spade - lettuce salad w/ fat free dressing
4. Brown - macaroni & cheese
5. Wright - potato salad
6. Cason - layered salad
7. Palmer - brown rice dish
8. Neal/Chennault - macaroni salad
9. Odenthal - spinach salad
10. Olson - pasta salad
11. Norman - milk in individual 1/2 pint cartons
12. DiGiovanni - crunchy salad
13. Rowell - wild child rice
14. Elliott - lettuce & tomato salad
15.


Meat Dish
1. Creekmore spicy meatballs
2. Rupp - sliced Ham
3. Spade - spaghetti
4. Blair - BBQ brisket/sauce
5. Curtis - Mexican lasagne
6. Naylor - deer sausage
7. Kelley - catfish & hush puppies
8. Hammett - crock pot of meatballs & sausages
9. Cason - grilled kielbasa
10. Norton - King Ranch chicken casserole
11. Cadola - Tator Tot Mexican casserole
12. DiGiovanni - beef fajitas
13.
14.
15.


Veggie Dish
1. Nelson scalloped potatoes
2. Johnston big ole' pot of beans
3. Wilson - spicy green pea salad
4. Yoder - broccoli cheddar bake
5. Litterer - 3 bean salad
6. Ridall - marinated vegetables
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.

Unknown dish
1. Fauntleroy - Cajun "The other"



FRIDAY MORNING POTLUCK BREAKFAST enough to feed 8-10 people

Scrambled Eggs or Other Eggy Dishes
1. Rupp - scrambled eggs
2. Kelley - chorizo con huevos
3. Brown - brkfst tacos w/picante & sour cream
4. Olson - eggs ala Oemy
5. DiGiovanni - breakfast casserole
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.


Breakfast Casserole enough to feed 8-10 people
1. Nelson breakfast casserole
2. Creekmore Amish breakfast casserole
3. Wilson - buttered grits
4. Ridall - biscuits & sausage gravy
5. Cason - sausage gravy & biscuits
6. Palmer - hash brown potatoes
7. Fauntleroy - grits w/ shu-gah & but-tah
8. Rowell - french toast casserole
9.
10.
11.
12.


Fruit, Breads and Juice enough to feed 8-10 people
1. Johnston Red Hot Peaches
2. Spade 1 gallon OJ
3. Krylowicz - Cinnamon Fruit Biscuits
4. Blair - assorted breakfast muffins
5. Naylor - bread or coffee cake
6. Neal/Chennault - fresh fruit (cut up)
7. Odenthal - 2 gallons assorted juices
8. Norman - milk in individual 1/2 pint cartons
9.
10.

Breakfast Meat enough to feed 8-10 people
1. Yoder - spinach & asiago cheese chicken sausage
2. Montgomery - pattie sausage plus a pot of overnight oatmeal
3. Curtis - bacon
4. Wright - bacon
5. Litterer - sausage
6. Norton - rolls stuffed with sausage
7. Elliott - pigs in a blanket
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
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Old 06-13-2008, 04:24 PM   #2
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<span class="ev_code_RED">2008 National Rally Meals</span>

<span class="ev_code_BLUE">To keep this thread to a minimum, I will refrain from responding to each individual post. You'll note the additions on the first post when I log it in. I'll wait until the end of the day to post all the signups. I don't know everyone as well as Madame Boomer does, so please put your LAST NAME on your post.
Thanks,
Barbara</span>

Sunday
6:00 PM Welcome supper - catered

Monday
6:00 PM Grill out night - bring your own meat to grill and one side dish - sign ups*

Tuesday
9:00 AM Catered breakfast
6:00 PM Sandwich Smorgasborg - sign ups*

Wednesday
Tour the area day - no group meals today

Thursday
9:00 AM Flap jack breakfast
5:00 PM Pot luck supper - sign ups*
8:00 PM Ice Cream Social

Friday
9:00 AM Pot luck breakfast - sign ups*
6:30 PM Catered supper


<span class="ev_code_PURPLE">All the paper products will be provided, you just need to bring your dish and beverage of choice. Please start to bring your dish about 1/2 hour BEFORE the posted meal time.</span>




<span class="ev_code_RED">**** 2008 NATIONAL RALLY MEAL SIGNUPS BELOW ****</span>

MONDAY NIGHT GRILL OUT
Bring your own meat to grill at the event grill by the rally hall and a side dish.

Salad/side Dish enough to feed at least 8 10 people
1. Nelson broccoli salad
2. Creekmore corn salad
3. Spade lettuce salad w/ fat free dressing
4. Rupp - cabbage salad
5. Yoder - Family Reunion Macaroni salad
6. Brown - blackeyed pea salad
7. Ridall - potato salad
8. Cason - boiled red skin potatoes - 5 lbs.
9. Norton - hash brown casserole
10. Palmer - apple/walnut salad
11. Odenthal - 4 bean salad
12. Cadola - Italian spaghetti salad
13. Talbott - pineapple & peanut coleslaw
14. Norman - milk in individual 1/2 pint cartons
15. Rowell - mac & cheese / taco dip
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.


Veggie Dish enough to feed at least 8-10 people
1. Johnston 96 deviled eggs
2. Wilson - special green beans
3. Krylowicz - Cowboy Baked Beans
4. Blair - baked sweet potatoes (sugar free)
5. Litterer - corn veggie dish
6. Elliott - cooked carrots
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.

Dessert Dish enough to feed at least 8-10 people
1. Montgomery - Cherry Dump Cake
2. Curtis - brownies
3. Naylor - good dessert
4. Wright - dessert
5. Kelley - Key Lime pie
6. Cason - brownies
7. Neal/Chennault - pineapple pudding
8. Talbott - peach cobbler/vanilla ice cream
9. Olson - cheesecake
10.

Unknown Dish - (Don, you have your own category)
1. Fauntleroy - Cajun "This"


TUESDAY NIGHT SANDWICH SMORGASBORG
Extra guests (Allen Hurt and the Heart of Texas Band and 4 members of the North Texas Songwriters Association) have been invited to join us for supper on this night. Please make your dish to feed extra folks!

Sandwiches enough to feed 10-12 people
1. Nelson 2 dozen pimento cheese sandwiches
2. Creekmore 2 dozen ham and cheese sandwiches
3. Yoder - grilled cheese sandwich sticks w/ pizza dipping sauce
4. Blair - BBQ beef sandwiches
5. Litterer - chopped BBQ sandwiches
6. Ridall - Sloppy Joes
7. Cason - country ham biscuits
8. Palmer - chicken salad sandwiches
9. Odenthal - tuna salad sandwiches
10. Cadola - chicken salad croissants
11.
12.

Finger Foods Appetizers enough to feed 10-12 people
1. Rupp - 30 assorted poppers
2. Wilson - Salmon cheese ball and crackers
3. Krylowicz - Rainbow Fruit Skewers
4. Neal/Chennault - Wings
5. Olson - taquitos
6. Norman - milk in individual 1/2 pint cartons
7.
8.
9.
10.

Veggie Snacks enough to feed 10-12 people
1. Brown - Veggie tray
2. Cason - olives & raw veggies
3. Norton - stuffed celery sticks
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.


Chips and Dips enough to feed 10-12 people
1. Spade - Fritos and spinach dip
2. Montgomery - Rotel cheese dip and Doritos
3. Kelley - chips & dip
4. Cason - potato chips w/ french onion dip
5. Talbott - guacamole dip & chips
6. Elliott - H & D dip & chips
7.
8.


Cookies 2 dozen cookies
1. Curtis - choc chip/peanut butter
2. Naylor - cookies
3. Wright - cookies
4. DiGiovanni - cherry & apple turnovers
5. Rowell - chocolate mousse
6.
7.


Unknown dish
1. Fauntleroy - Cajun "That"


THURSDAY NIGHT POT LUCK SUPPER enough to feed 8-10 people
NOTE: No dessert category is listed we will be having our ice cream social later that night!

Salad/side Dish
1. Montgomery - Harvest Potatoes dish
2. Krylowicz - Spicy Strawberry salad
3. Spade - lettuce salad w/ fat free dressing
4. Brown - macaroni & cheese
5. Wright - potato salad
6. Cason - layered salad
7. Palmer - brown rice dish
8. Neal/Chennault - macaroni salad
9. Odenthal - spinach salad
10. Olson - pasta salad
11. Norman - milk in individual 1/2 pint cartons
12. DiGiovanni - crunchy salad
13. Rowell - wild child rice
14. Elliott - lettuce & tomato salad
15.


Meat Dish
1. Creekmore spicy meatballs
2. Rupp - sliced Ham
3. Spade - spaghetti
4. Blair - BBQ brisket/sauce
5. Curtis - Mexican lasagne
6. Naylor - deer sausage
7. Kelley - catfish & hush puppies
8. Hammett - crock pot of meatballs & sausages
9. Cason - grilled kielbasa
10. Norton - King Ranch chicken casserole
11. Cadola - Tator Tot Mexican casserole
12. DiGiovanni - beef fajitas
13.
14.
15.


Veggie Dish
1. Nelson scalloped potatoes
2. Johnston big ole' pot of beans
3. Wilson - spicy green pea salad
4. Yoder - broccoli cheddar bake
5. Litterer - 3 bean salad
6. Ridall - marinated vegetables
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.

Unknown dish
1. Fauntleroy - Cajun "The other"



FRIDAY MORNING POTLUCK BREAKFAST enough to feed 8-10 people

Scrambled Eggs or Other Eggy Dishes
1. Rupp - scrambled eggs
2. Kelley - chorizo con huevos
3. Brown - brkfst tacos w/picante & sour cream
4. Olson - eggs ala Oemy
5. DiGiovanni - breakfast casserole
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.


Breakfast Casserole enough to feed 8-10 people
1. Nelson breakfast casserole
2. Creekmore Amish breakfast casserole
3. Wilson - buttered grits
4. Ridall - biscuits & sausage gravy
5. Cason - sausage gravy & biscuits
6. Palmer - hash brown potatoes
7. Fauntleroy - grits w/ shu-gah & but-tah
8. Rowell - french toast casserole
9.
10.
11.
12.


Fruit, Breads and Juice enough to feed 8-10 people
1. Johnston Red Hot Peaches
2. Spade 1 gallon OJ
3. Krylowicz - Cinnamon Fruit Biscuits
4. Blair - assorted breakfast muffins
5. Naylor - bread or coffee cake
6. Neal/Chennault - fresh fruit (cut up)
7. Odenthal - 2 gallons assorted juices
8. Norman - milk in individual 1/2 pint cartons
9.
10.

Breakfast Meat enough to feed 8-10 people
1. Yoder - spinach & asiago cheese chicken sausage
2. Montgomery - pattie sausage plus a pot of overnight oatmeal
3. Curtis - bacon
4. Wright - bacon
5. Litterer - sausage
6. Norton - rolls stuffed with sausage
7. Elliott - pigs in a blanket
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
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Old 06-13-2008, 05:24 PM   #3
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Hi Barbara,

Monday side dish-Cabbage Salad.

Tuesday: finger foods- 30 assorted poppers

Thursday Dinner- Sliced Ham

Friday Bkft.- Sc ambled Eggs

See ya soon,
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High Barbara,
Monday--Special green beans
Tuesday--Salmon Cheese ball and crackers
Thursday---Spicy green pea salad
Friday---buttered grits

Ken and Susan....hopefully you know which ones
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Barbara,

Monday Night - Family Reunion Macaroni Salad

Tuesday Night - Grilled Cheese Sandwich Sticks with pizza dippin sauce

Thursday - Broccoli Chedder Bake

Friday Breakfast - Spinach & Asiago Cheese Chicken Sausage

I'm really to eat now.

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Hi Barbara,
Looks like things are coming together well.....put us down for the following:

Monday - Cherry Dump Cake
Tuesday - Rotel Cheese Dip and Doritos
Thursday - Harvest Potatoes Dish
Friday - Pattie Sausage plus a pot of overnight oatmeal

We are looking forward to seeing everyone.

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Hey Barbara; Cheri says she would like to bring the following dishes.

Monda - Cowboy Baked Beans
Tuesday - Rainbow Fruit Skewers
Thursday - Spicy Strawberry Salad
Friday - Cinnamon Fruit Biscuts

Thanks Jim and Cheri Krylowicz
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Hi Barbara,

Diane and I will bring the following:

Monday - Baked Sweet Potatoes (sugar free)
Tuesday - BBQ Beef Sandwiches
Thursday - BBQ Brisket / Sauce
Friday - Assorted Breakfast Muffins
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We will bring the following:
Mon. (Dessert Dish)-Curtis-Brownies
Tues. (Cookies)-Curtis-Choc Chip/Peanut Butter
Thurs. (Meat Dish)-Curtis-Mexican Lasagne
Fri. (Breakfast Meat)-Curtis-Bacon

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Barbra:

Put us down for the following:

Monday: Salad: Blackeye pea salad.
Tuesday: Veggie snacks: Veg, Tray.
Thursday: Side Dish: Macaroni & Cheese

Were in Indiana now using a crank up computer, no wi-fi in Amish country, hope you get this OK. See ya all at National.

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Monday.. Dessert not sure what?
Tuesday.... cookies
Thursday... deer Sausage
Friday... some type of Bread or coffee cake

Also i will change my dishes if needed to fill in gaps.
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Hi Barbara,

Monday..Dessert
Tuesday..Cookies
Thursday..Potato Salad
Friday.. Bacon
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Monday ...Key Lime Pie
Tuesday...Chips? & Dip?
Thursday..Catfish & Hush Puppies
Friday ...Chorizo con Huevos
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