Potluck Dinner

Our 4th annual meet, July 5-6, 2008, in Canada, eh?

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Potluck Dinner

Post by stevec » Mon Jun 02, 2008 10:34 am

We usually do a potluck dinner during the meet; let's plan on Saturday evening. I usually bring the meat, and will plan to do so again. Everyone else can post up here what they can bring (i.e. side dishes, desserts, etc.) so we don't end up with 8 desserts and nothing else.
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Re: Potluck Dinner

Post by tweeder » Wed Jun 04, 2008 1:48 pm

stevec wrote:...8 desserts...
you say that like it's a bad thing...... :?
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Re: Potluck Dinner

Post by stevec » Tue Jun 10, 2008 9:17 am

Is anyone interested in a potluck this year?
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Re: Potluck Dinner

Post by Ruby » Tue Jun 10, 2008 10:19 am

stevec wrote:Is anyone interested in a potluck this year?
For sure, we'll bring something. Not exactly sure what yet. I may be able to get some fresh salmon by then. If not then maybe spanakopita.
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Re: Potluck Dinner

Post by Smuz » Tue Jun 10, 2008 6:50 pm

stevec wrote:Is anyone interested in a potluck this year?
yes
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Re: Potluck Dinner

Post by Jimny » Wed Jun 11, 2008 4:39 am

...fresh salmon
Ruby! Ruby! Ruby! Ruby! Ruby!...

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Re: Potluck Dinner

Post by Myers » Mon Jun 16, 2008 7:35 pm

"Winnie the Understanding Wife" just advised she will bring seven deserts as that will be easy and will also keep it below eight which seems to be too many.

She also advised that in lieu of the above, she could bring lettuce salad, some cold hot rolls, and one desert. Please note: At my questioning, she also advised me that lettuce salad has other stuff in it and not just lettuce.

Question: Can we cross border with small non-refillable propane cylinders or should we just plan to get them in Canada?

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Re: Potluck Dinner

Post by stevec » Tue Jun 17, 2008 9:39 am

Myers wrote:"Winnie the Understanding Wife" just advised she will bring seven deserts as that will be easy and will also keep it below eight which seems to be too many.

She also advised that in lieu of the above, she could bring lettuce salad, some cold hot rolls, and one desert. Please note: At my questioning, she also advised me that lettuce salad has other stuff in it and not just lettuce.

Question: Can we cross border with small non-refillable propane cylinders or should we just plan to get them in Canada?

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Seven desserts... I'll not bring much meat to grill, so I will have plenty of room for dessert! :D

You're fine bringing the small propane cylinders into Canada. Just don't bring a firearm to shoot them; you'll have to source that after you cross the border! :bang:
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