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Old 06-03-2010, 10:13 AM   #1
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National Rally MEALS

NATIONAL RALLY BREAKFAST AND SUPPER SIGNUPS

Please select a dish from the “menu” below to sign up to bring to the Potlucks. We realize this seems like a lot to prepare, but the menu has been selected to ensure that we have enough of the same foods to feed 60 people and the dishes for each rig is “somewhat” equal in cost. All condiments and tableservice will be provided. Coffee will be provided for the breakfast and ice tea will be provided for the supper.

If you are not planning to attend one or both meals – please let us know!

Note: There is a large supercenter grocery store in Williams to purchase needed items.

The nearest Wal-Mart and Sams Club are located 30+ miles away in Flagstaff.




WEDNESDAY MORNING BREAKFAST - 9:00 AM

Scrambled Eggs: 2 dozen– please scramble prior to bringing to the rally hall and keep warm in oven in rally hall.
1. Taylor
2. Cason
3. Blair
4. Lovitt
5. Creekmore
6. Tyner

Breakfast Meats

Bacon: 2 lbs cooked bacon
1. Christman
2. Jordan
3. Chappell
4. Glaus


Sausage: 16 sausage patties each
1. Popig
2. Curtis
3. Norton
4. Clifton
5. Tyner


Breakfast Sweets - 2 dozen muffins OR 2 dozen doughnuts AND 1 gallon Juice
1. pastries & 1 gal. milk - Spade
2. juice & do-nuts - Odenthal
3. doughnuts & 1 gal. juice - Curtis
4. blueberry banana bread & gal. juice - Montgomery
5. doughnuts & 1 gal. juice - Galligan

Fruit Bowls or Trays – large enough to feed 10-12 people
1. Krylowicz
2. Neal


Other
1. bread and toaster - Popig
2. papas w/ red chili & eggs - Jason Krylowicz


THURSDAY NIGHT SUPPER - 6:00 PM

Salads - large enough to feed 10 - 12 people
1. tangy spaghetti salad - Nichols
2. cold potato salad - Popig
3. watergate salad - Glaus


Vegetable Dishes – large enough to feed 10 - 12 people

Green Beans:
1. green beans - Taylor
2. green bean caserole - Christman


Corn:
1. Cason
2. Lovitt (creamed corn)


Potato Dishes:
1. slow cooked & seasoned potatoes - Odenthal
2. hash brown potato casserole - Montgomery
3. mac & cheese - Glaus


Meats and Casseroles
Hams:
1. Creekmore
2. Cason


Briskets:
1. Blair
2. Galligan


Other:
1. pulled pork - Chappell
2. BBQ tri-tips - Jordan
3. mesquite chicken breast - Tyner
4. chili sauce salsa - Tyner

Casseroles: Pasta, Chicken or other meat casserole to feed 10 - 12 people
1. lasagna w/ Italian bread - Curtis
2. chicken casserole - Norton
3. Pioneer beans & beef casserole - Krylowicz
4. crockpot chicken - Neal


Dessert Dishes– enough to feed 10 - 12 people (brownies, sheet cake, etc)

1. cake & pineapple pudding - Spade
2. cherry custard cake - T. Neal
3. cheesecakes - Curtis



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Barbara,
We will be opting out of breakfast.
For the Thursday night supper we will bring a tangy spaghetti salad (a pasta casserole).
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We are opting out of breakfast too.Lol We have a rv kitchen not a restaurant size one,would be hard to scramble and keep that many eggs hot or cook that much bacon or sausage!! Will bring a hot meat/pasta casserole dish for supper.
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Breakfast.. Juice & Do-nuts.. Mmmm.. Safeway do-nuts, no "pushin & shovin" please

Supper.. Potatoes.. Slow cooked & seasoned to perfection..

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Barbara -

Please sign me up for my Amish Casserole for breakfast and a ham for the rally supper.

Thanks
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We are opting out of breakfast too.Lol We have a rv kitchen not a restaurant size one,would be hard to scramble and keep that many eggs hot or cook that much bacon or sausage!! Will bring a hot meat/pasta casserole dish for supper.

Diane and Tom - Dave and JoAnn-
I've asked Barbara to change the menu to reflect a more tradional signup that people can handle. Trying something new doesn't always work. Hope you will reconsider and signup to come!

the menu posted above is better - sorry for the confusion!
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Diane and Tom - Dave and JoAnn-
I've asked Barbara to change the menu to reflect a more tradional signup that people can handle. Trying something new doesn't always work. Hope you will reconsider and signup to come!

the menu posted above is better - sorry for the confusion!


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Thanks Sandy,but we'll still pass on breakfast,we are night owls and therefore sleep late and don't like that big a breakfast anyway.

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Sorry would like to make a change on what I'm bringing for supper,I'm not use to cooking in high altitudes and decided to go with a desert instead. I'm making a No Bake Cherry Custard Cake that is 12 servings and will also make another dessert to go with it to be sure there is plenty. Thanks and I promise I won't change my mind again!!!!!!
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Sorry would like to make a change on what I'm bringing for supper. Thanks and I promise I won't change my mind again!!!!!! Dianne
Not a problem, Dianne. I can change it easily. People may get to Williams and find something to bring that they like better and I can even change it there.
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Sign us up for 2 lbs of bacon and a green bean casserole
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Barbara, please sign us up for the following:

For breakfast - 16 sausage patties

For dinner - a cold potato salad

Thanks for arrainging all this.

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Barbara sign us up for:

Breakfast: Sausage min. 2 lb, 2 doz. scrambled eggs

Dinner: Corn, Ham

If you need anything additional let me know.

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Hi Barbara,

Sign us up for Scrambled Eggs for the breakfast and for the dinner, we will bring a brisket.
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Just to help clarify and remind everyone, We will be having about 68 folks attending a few of which are smaller children. We are not looking for you to make full serving of your great dishes for everyone. Just a bit more then a sampling, think about it if 30 folks make enough food for 60 people we will be eating for several days. One more thing I would like to ask, is everyone make a little sign for your dish, name of dish ingredients (for those whom might have allergic reactions to certain things) and of course your name so we know who to find to ask for the recipe.

Next thing for those worried about the time, remember Arizona never changes times and if your from east TX there is a 2 hour time difference right now and I think the time change will happen before the rally and then it will be 1 hour. all times for the rally will be Arizona time. Time to get back to working on fun time.

See y'all soon.
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