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Old 08-01-2001, 09:29 AM
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Boneclave Appetizers and Desserts

As extras to the community meal, individuals often bring appetizer and dessert contributions for the gang before and after the meal. This is not necessary but really works out nice. I'll bring a whole smoked salmon fillet, crackers.
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Old 08-01-2001, 09:50 AM
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Homemade Caesar Salad? I'm on it.
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Old 08-01-2001, 10:43 AM
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Here's a shot of our Raw Bar.


I might as well do the same list here:

**FOOD ITEMS BEING BROUGHT (for the group dinner(s)**

***WE GOT PRETTY MUCH ENOUGH, BUT IF HERE'S SOMETHING WE'VE MISSED OR SOMETHING DEAR TO YOUR HEART, BRING IT


Nick
Ceasar Salad

Terry
Fresh Salsa
Coffee
Tortilla Chips/Sour Cream

Juro
Salmon
Crackers
Kabob Vegies??

Sully
Breakfast Brunch-yeeehaaa

Roop
Dem Cookies!

Estey's
Death by Cobbler

Chowda Bob
Chowda
Nice Cherrystones

Grego
Steak Tips (not skewered OK? So we can add the vegies on sight??)

Mike Estey
Tie Down the Tent Chili

Mike Doogue
Jim Doogue sandwich specials

B.Casey
Brownies
Steamers or Shrimp Cocktail-Yowsa!

John M.
Coffees+Presses
Fez and Cube's

Tod
Cold Noodles



Any other ideas/things needed?? Speak up.
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Old 08-01-2001, 11:03 AM
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I wanted to add for first timers:

There are 2 "community meals". Sun night dinner and when the opportunity arrises a big woppin Breakfast or Brunch Mon or Tues! So you need a meager ammount of your own chow to get by in between. A little cereal or begals etc. and a lunch or 2. We usually get a 2nd community supper out of the leftovers and grilled catch on Mon night.

Coffee: We usually have a couple or Perkers for the gas stove. But in the morning they are too slow when the boats are raring to head out. French presses are the answer. I will bring one this year in addition to my perker. They make 2-3 cups each in a few minutes. If anyone else has em bring em.
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Old 08-01-2001, 11:08 AM
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I prefer to allow the zzzzzzzzzzzzzzing of my drag wake me up. Just a personal preference. I feel it does a better job.
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We will supply cobbler and a french press.
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Ahhh the cobbler! Can't wait.
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Old 08-02-2001, 09:09 AM
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If you guys want I can make a pot of my kickin' Texas chili. Just make sure your tent has good ventilation.
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I will be bringing some Jim Doogue sandwich specials as appetizers. I posted this on the gear thread too but I just wanted to make sure that I got that info here too...in the proper place.

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Tie the tent down Chilli ???, OK, who's bringing the two gallon bucket of PEPTOBISMOL ? Wow!
I'll have the wife donate a couple batches of her special brownies, ( no additives, since I'm all grown up now ), Also, I'll bring a big bucket of steamers from Bassets Island if I can get out there on Saturday, if not we will have to settle for shrimp cocktail.
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If you guys want I can make a pot of my kickin' Texas chili. Just make sure your tent has good ventilation.
Let's see - prevailing SW winds... my tent site will be on the upwind side of the site!
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If needed, I could make up a batch of cold chinese noodles. It's a family fav and a specialty of my wife's. Be glad to bring a container full if it would add to the smorgasbord.
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Terry... I have a couple of French presses which is what I was going to bring along with various coffees... Regular all the way to Hawaian chocolate nut . Also the coffee tastes better in my opinion by using the presses and stronger.
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