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Postby Betsey » Fri Apr 11, 2008 10:41 pm

Woodbutcher wrote:Dinner ...dutch oven baked beans and chicken bacon bits,( Appetizer)


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Postby BrwBier » Sat Apr 12, 2008 6:52 am

Woodbutcher, bring your waffle iron, what better chance to get some practice.
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Postby tjx » Sat Apr 12, 2008 6:57 pm

Woodbutcher,
If you bring the waffler, we'll bring the waffle mix. We have our brother's recipe...(supposed to be healthy) :frightened:
...no, really they are good, they just contain oatmeal, flax, walnuts
and bananas. If my kids eat them they can't be too bad.

Betsey,
For supper we are planning on DO Polish Kraut and Apples.
For desert I am going to try a DO recipe from Nanny's Niche cookbook called Strawberry Rhubarb vanilla cream cheese cobbler. Well actually it was Blueberry but I like strawberry rhubarb better.
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Postby SaGR » Sat Apr 12, 2008 7:49 pm

tjx wrote:For desert I am going to try a DO recipe from Nanny's Niche cookbook called Strawberry Rhubarb vanilla cream cheese cobbler. Well actually it was Blueberry but I like strawberry rhubarb better.


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Postby Muskrat » Sun Apr 13, 2008 4:08 pm

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For breakfast Pecan Sour Cream Waffles.

For the potluck we will bring a Green Salad and the fixings.
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Postby Ptomaine » Sun Apr 13, 2008 7:10 pm

I keeping with the 'International' theme for dinner, i will be making a Scottish dish called "Stovies". A beefy, oniony, potatoy belly warmer!
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Postby Woodbutcher » Sun Apr 13, 2008 9:36 pm

OK, I'll bring the waffle iron..but no promises on the quality of the finished product!

TJX bring the Mix! We will see what happens!
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Postby cs_whypt2 » Sun Apr 13, 2008 11:22 pm

For dinner I am bringing cornbread muffins with chilli and cheese to put over top of it.

For breakfast?
Ummm...fruit salsa.


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Postby jschommer » Mon Apr 14, 2008 7:09 am

Sorry for the late response I am a little busy trying to get the tear finished. I will bring V8 and tomato juice for breakfast and for the potluck I will bring hamburgers.

See you there.

Ok, back to the tear.
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Postby SaGR » Mon Apr 14, 2008 6:40 pm

That avatar is just too freaky...

Dayna's mom would like to know:

It looks like you have so much food that I don't know what to bring. Any suggestions for me? Are there any non-food items that I could bring?
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Postby Betsey » Mon Apr 14, 2008 7:58 pm

SaGR wrote:Dayna's mom would like to know:

It looks like you have so much food that I don't know what to bring. Any suggestions for me? Are there any non-food items that I could bring?


We do have lots of good food planned...and we haven't heard from everyone yet!

Just a reminder for the potluck that when you make a dish, plan on it feeding about 6-8 people and that should make enough for everyone without a ton of leftovers. If you are making a DO dish and using a 12" one, that can feed A LOT of people! Of course, if it's dessert, that's not a problem!

Some other possiblities for something to bring:

Charcoal or lighter fluid to for the DO crowd
Appetizers (any kind of snack is always welcome!)

Breakfast Toppings for Eggs:
Salsa
Sour Cream
Grated Cheese

Breakfast Toppings for Waffles:
Whipped Cream
Syrups
Fruits

Breakfast Beverages:
Juice
Coffee (if anyone cares to take this on for the group, feel free!)
Coffee extras: sugar, creamer

I will add the above to the potluck page to make it more noticeable.

Feel free to add your suggestions to the list!

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Postby tjx » Mon Apr 14, 2008 8:08 pm

Woodbutcher,

I've been EMing Nancy and she had this suggestion....

Make sure the waffle iron is preseasoned; other wise your first time will be a disaster. And I'll have the Pam or Olive oil spray to use.

I'll leave it up to you to have the iron preseasoned. :shake hands:

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Postby Woodbutcher » Mon Apr 14, 2008 8:16 pm

Got it all ready. It's seasoned well. I hope to learn from some of the more experianced wafflers. Should be fun!
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Postby Woodbutcher » Mon Apr 14, 2008 8:17 pm

Got it all ready. It's seasoned well. I hope to learn from some of the more experianced wafflers. Should be fun!
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Postby packerz4 » Mon Apr 14, 2008 8:20 pm

Hi Betsey!

I'm gonna bring OJ and Cranberry Juice for breakfast.

For dinner I'm bringing Doritos & Lay's BBQ Chips.

(i don't like to cook) hope that's enough stuff?

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