2011 SummerFest Potluck Planning

We'll plan the 2011 SummerFest event here. Threads will be started as we get closer to the event. This event will include an Amateur Radio testing session.
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2011 SummerFest Potluck Planning

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Post by OLLIE » Fri Jun 03, 2011 11:51 am

The potluck will be held on the night of June 25th. It will start between 6:30 pm and 7:00 pm.

Please post your savoury dish that you will be bringing to the potluck and it will be added to the head of this thread. Please keep your serving sizes to about 8 people. I’m sure 12 or more will be able to sample your dish and tell you how great it is.
Hint: the more detailed you are in describing your dish, the more that others will be inspired to up their game.

Main Dishes:
Pock & Beans w/Sliced Franks (FJCrush)
Lil' Smokie Sausages (gzeleniak)
Grilled Brats served on a toasted roll w/ onions and peppers (Michael)
Hotdogs (Ollie)

Sides:
Potato Salad (Shuly)
Chips (Shuly)

Desserts:
Apple Strudel
Smores (Ollie)

Drinks:
Wine (Shuly)
Wine (Ollie)

Utensils:
Ollie

Grills:
Ollie
Michael

Stoves:
Socal Rubi
Michael

Firewood
Ollie
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Re: 2011 SummerFest Potluck Planning

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Post by FJcrush » Wed Jun 15, 2011 2:34 pm

Pork"N"Beans with sliced Franks.. :D
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Re: 2011 SummerFest Potluck Planning

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Post by sdnative » Wed Jun 15, 2011 3:38 pm

I won't be making the potluck, but I have a small coleman 2 burner propane stove I can bring as long as I get it back :)

Something like this:
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Re: 2011 SummerFest Potluck Planning

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Post by gzeleniak » Sun Jun 19, 2011 12:57 pm

I will be bringing a pot full of Lil smokie suasages for the Pot Luck

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Re: 2011 SummerFest Potluck Planning

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Post by socal_rubi » Tue Jun 21, 2011 3:00 pm

I'm bringing a Coleman stove

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Apple Strudel for desert
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Post by shuly » Wed Jun 22, 2011 1:56 am

Potato Salad, Chips, and Wine
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Re: 2011 SummerFest Potluck Planning

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Post by socal_rubi » Wed Jun 22, 2011 3:55 pm

socal_rubi wrote:I'm bringing a Coleman stove

Firewood

Apple Strudel for desert
Ollie, did you miss the Apple Strudel for desert, and the firewood?
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Re: 2011 SummerFest Potluck Planning

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Post by michael » Wed Jun 22, 2011 11:55 pm

For an entree, I'll provide Grilled Brats served on a toasted roll w/ onions and peppers (enough for 12).

In case they're needed, I'll bring a couple of camp tables, a camp stove, a portable BBQ, and a cast iron griddle. I'm sure there will be a lot of fridge/freezers there, but I will probably have some room in my Engel fridge if anybody needs to keep anything cool (food, meds, formula, etc)

I'll also bring a 10'X10' shade canopy in case the potluck is outside or just for shade in general.
Time to stop talking about it and just go do it!

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Re: 2011 SummerFest Potluck Planning

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Post by OLLIE » Thu Jun 23, 2011 6:54 am

socal_rubi wrote:
socal_rubi wrote:I'm bringing a Coleman stove

Firewood

Apple Strudel for desert
Ollie, did you miss the Apple Strudel for desert, and the firewood?
I did!!! :lol: Thanks, I've updated it now.
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Re: 2011 SummerFest Potluck Planning

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Post by OLLIE » Thu Jun 23, 2011 6:57 am

michael wrote:For an entree, I'll provide Grilled Brats served on a toasted roll w/ onions and peppers (enough for 12).

In case they're needed, I'll bring a couple of camp tables, a camp stove, a portable BBQ, and a cast iron griddle. I'm sure there will be a lot of fridge/freezers there, but I will probably have some room in my Engel fridge if anybody needs to keep anything cool (food, meds, formula, etc)

I'll also bring a 10'X10' shade canopy in case the potluck is outside or just for shade in general.
Awesome. Everything will be done outside. The cabin(s) aren't made for occupation. The more pop-ups we have the better. We want to bunch a lot of the together for one continuous canopy.
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