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JimW
08-14-2004, 08:15 PM
I don't see Nick on the list. That cesar salad in a bag was good and portable.

I'll take that over this year.

CascoBay
08-14-2004, 10:19 PM
I am going to try and put together a lunch/snack for one of the days. My special recipe chicken+Rice+Bean buritos. It looks like the head count is at about 30. I will try my best to make enough for all, and package them in a way that they can be portable if need be.

If there are any vegetarian out there I am more than willing to do up some meat free wraps. :cool:

juro
08-14-2004, 10:30 PM
Sat dinner:

Should we do a $10 per head thing? If so we can have a feast without having to bring stuff.

Aside from the fresh sushi...

Tips, marinated chicken, grilled veggies, potato salad, rice pilaf, appetizers, etc - for all. We could even include some pies and whipped cream for dessert and be within budget. This should be enough to cover the Sunday late breakfast cost as well.

One cooler would hold the Sat dinner / Sun brunch motherlode, and as usual the leftovers hold us over the days following. Tupperware is a must for coolers.

Thoughts?

CascoBay
08-14-2004, 10:37 PM
That's sounds fair enough.. When you're camping it's great to eat like a king. Although I will probably eat eat as much sushi as is available... :lildevl: Maybe we should make it $11 so we can get Saki Too :chuckle: :lildevl: :lildevl: :lildevl:

Smcdermott
08-15-2004, 01:32 PM
Juro,

I would be in for that. Is there such thing as on island catering? Did you have a place in mind?

Sean

tomd
08-15-2004, 01:51 PM
I could bring shredded beef, with cheese and tortillas from Lapaloma in Quincy(my favorite Tex-Mex) just heat up the beef, roll it in a tortilla with cheese, and yummmmmmmmmmm :D :D :smile:

tomd
08-16-2004, 10:12 AM
ok, I guess I'll forget that Idea... thought It'd get some possitive respnse... oh well... anything else I can bring?
Tom D

Lefty
08-16-2004, 10:49 AM
Catered meal on Washburn Island? Bad enough we'll be walking around with cell phones on our ears. I say no. Our in-camp cooking is the way we kill time between fishing trips, not to mention the great food we cook.


BTW, I don't see a coordinated effort for the group suppuh on Sat. evening. Hate to over-coordinate claves but it seems we need a little more chow for Sat. Remember: (for the 1st timers) you will not be fed EVERY meal. Just the 2 group meals of which you may bring a dish for the Sat. night one.

ANYONE BRINGING OTHER MAIN DISHES?

So far I see:

Lefty- Fresh Salsa/chips/ sour creme, Sausages, Rice
Grego- Steak Tips
Hawkeye- N.E. Fish Chowder, cobler, and my wife's salsa (salsa, huh :razz: )
Slinger- Marinated Shrimp en Brochette :eek: (hey tell Jerry to bring that awesome Provolone again)
Larry (shadfreak)-Corn?
Casco- Burritos!
Quentin
Juro
yada yada Ok enough of the list thing. We seem to have enough happening. Maybe I'll go organize the trash detail, or coyote patrol.

Hawkeye
08-16-2004, 10:57 AM
Tom, the tortillas sound great. I'll be bringing N.E. Fish Chowder, cobler, and my wife's salsa.

Slinger
08-16-2004, 11:25 AM
Lefty, I will be bringing marinated shrimp to be skewered on the barby.
Slinger

CascoBay
08-16-2004, 12:21 PM
It definate that I am bringing the buritos... so where ever they fit best in the feeding schedule they can be entered into the group meal.
Aaron

Roop
08-16-2004, 12:29 PM
Guys - sorry I'm going to miss another one - we'll be chasing Rickey Rat down in Florida!

Best of luck & have fun!

Roop

Quentin
08-16-2004, 06:31 PM
I'm planning to bring raw veggies & dip. I'll bring enough for a couple of meals.

Q

porkslice
08-16-2004, 06:58 PM
Lefty I am bringing a pot of sauce with rotini and a fue loves of french
bread. should we also bring drinks :wink: :wink:

juro
08-16-2004, 08:32 PM
Catered meal? How soon we forget!

That's how we always do the group meal, although thanks for the compliment in thinking that was a catered menu. About $10 each buys huge quantities of food that everyone gets to enjoy, for instance the spring clave meal which I organized in May which came in at $10 per head.

Anyone remember that meal?

Anyway, it sounds like there will be enough pot luck so no one needs to hit Costco meat department or the Chatham Fish and Lobster Co for littlenecks. I will bring a pot luck contribution and I am sure the meal will be outrageous as usual.

One note - storage of all these separate pot luck items magnifies the cooler demand in a significant way. There is no refrigeration out there other than coolers so if you're coming on friday with saturday's meal you need to have that consideration thought through.

Catering :chuckle:

CascoBay
08-16-2004, 09:20 PM
I don't know about anyone else Juro, but I am willing to kick down a few bucks to insure some littlenecks to be enjoyed on the island. :chuckle:

Lefty
08-16-2004, 10:18 PM
Catering :chuckle:

Ok I'm a maroon. But I wouldn't put it past 2 guys in a Boston Whaler showing up in Tuxedos and laying out a high class spread for big $$$$! Hey wait a minute that's a good idea. Cape codders are capable of anything. :eek:

tomd
08-17-2004, 12:00 AM
I'll be happy to dish out the money for food... let us know Juro

neac9
08-19-2004, 12:11 AM
Well just got done making a clam sauce. Bringing 4lb. of pasta to go with figure making it on Fri. night . Also cheese , peperonie and crackers.

grego
08-19-2004, 09:31 AM
9 lbs. of sirlion tips dry-rubbed & Marinating. ~ $1.50 per head should cover it!

porkslice
08-19-2004, 07:50 PM
Quick question? I was wondering if there Will be pots available to use to warm up the sauce and cook the pasta :confused:. I do not have camping pots
and my wife has forbiden me to use her pots. :roll:

Lefty
08-19-2004, 09:36 PM
Probably yes, but if you can squeeze one in do it.
I'm going to bed, see you all there!

Lefty