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Old 05-08-2015, 12:04 PM   #81
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When in Rome, eat what the Romans eat...
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Old 05-08-2015, 12:56 PM   #82
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Absolutely! At least try it - that's part of learning about the place you're visiting. There are limits, of course...
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How could anything with french fries , cheese and gravy actually be bad ?
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Old 05-08-2015, 01:09 PM   #84
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Tongue, chivo, alligator, poutine! After this year long build up, I'm going to be disappointed if it tastes like chicken!
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Old 05-08-2015, 01:42 PM   #85
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Potluck Dinner

Many people are asking how much they should bring. Each dish should be prepared to serve approximately 10 people. This allows for dishes to overlap so don't feel because you already see buns you can't bring buns. There is never enough bread for the Chili!

Salads
-Doug & Pam - Orzo salad
Doug & Anna-Marie--kale salad
Ian & Joan - Taco Salad
Bill & Earline -- Spinach salad
Donna D. & Judy B. - Everything But the Kitchen Sink Pasta Salad
Diana & Eric - Chinese Salad
Jan and Paul- Black Bean salad
Alan & Donna - Summer Zucchini Salad
Mark & Gerri - Tossed Salad


Entrees -
Jim and Lisa - Mac & Cheese - Spitfired
Glenn and Leslie - The Only BBQ Salmon
Gabi & Wolf - Meatballs
Diane - Chili (Glueten Free)
Sooz & Doug - Eastern North Carolina-style Pulled Pork Sliders
Alisa - Scalloped potatoes
Jim and Noelia-Johnsonville Brats-Hot n spicy
Ann and Greg-Chilaquiles with vegetarian chorizo
Ken and Sylvia - Chili
Jack and Nancy - Kielbasa Pesto Penne Pasta
Pam and Jackie-Green Chicken Enchiladas
Dave and Maryanne - Black Forest Ham and Potatoes
Leon and Lindy - Roast Chicken
Steve and Julie-Louisana Crawfish Fettuccini
Tom-"Almost As Good As Sex Curried Clam Chowder"
Holly & Ian - Cornish pasties
Mike & Cindy - Perogies
Jenny and Ian - Chicken in Ian's fabulous sauce
Dave & Bonnie - Special Chili
Dale & Joanne - Cold Sliced Cajun Ham
David & Angela - Chicken Kebabs
Greg J. - Mexican Poutine


Dips and Spreads
Doug & Eileen - Pickles, Buns and Butter
Ginger – veggies and dip
Bob and Del - Spinach Dip & Crackers
Bob and Del - Smoked Pheasant Spread & Crackers
Richard & Suzanne - Berry Blue Cheese Spread w/crackers
Carla Jean & Ned-pacific smoked salmon

Desserts -
Carl & Barb - Fresh fruit
Gabi & Wolf - Almond Bars
Paul & Norma – Dutch oven cake or cobbler
Bill & Gisela - Brownies
Bruce - Fruit pie
Holly & Ian - Scottish shortbread
Doug & Kathy - Cake (made in the oven)
Anne - Pie

Pot Luck Breakfast
Doug & Anna-Marie---Marmalade & Muffins
Jim and Lisa - French Toast
Gabi & Wolf - Deviled Eggs & Cheese
Bill and Earline-Cheese Grits
Jim and Noelia-Pennsylvania Dutch Scrapple
Bill & Gisela - Croissants and Jam
Ann and Greg - Skillet potatoes and eggs
Ken and Sylvia - Sausage
Pam and Jackie-Migas
Dave and Maryanne - Carrot & Pineapple Muffins
Mike & Cindy - Bacon
Doug & Kathy - Supplying the coffee for Sunday morning BRING YOUR OWN MUG
Ian and Jenny - Scrambled eggs with veggies and cheese
Dale & Joanne - Muffins w/homemade Blackberry Jam
Jan and Paul-Scones
Anne - Homemade Granola
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Old 05-08-2015, 01:46 PM   #86
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Just an FYI

I am trying to keep tabs of what dishes people have said they would like to bring. - Some people are emailing Escape while others are posting themselves.

I have noticed in previous years when we are copying and pasting sometimes we can lose information in the process. So, if you have changed your dish and it keeps appearing. Blame Reace not me

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Just an FYI

I am trying to keep tabs of what dishes people have said they would like to bring. - Some people are emailing Escape while others are posting themselves.

I have noticed in previous years when we are copying and pasting sometimes we can lose information in the process. So, if you have changed your dish and it keeps appearing. Blame Reace not me

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It's all good as long as that process doesn't extend over into trailer option lists.
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Old 05-08-2015, 03:05 PM   #88
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Carl, me thinks you're missing the point...it's all in fun. So what do folks in Florida eat?

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The real point is that the P word has been discussed on this forum ad nauseum. It might have been funny at first, but the horse is long dead and some members of the forum continue to beat it, apparently thinking it laughable. I do not believe I am the only one here having that opinion. And to answer your question, folks in Florida eat the same things as folks in other places I have lived (not just visited, e.g., Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Louisiana, California, and now Florida) and that is whatever pleases them. The only time I had poutine it was disgusting I would never have it again. It did not please me. Perhaps it is because I do not care for cheese curds, and I see no reason to put gravy on fried potatoes. Then again I like broccoli and we all know what George W. Bush said about it. So why don't we start a thread about broccoli and mention broccoli in every other thread in which we can possibly mention it, like in an Escape Sighting thread. Just think how fun that could be. "I saw a 17 foot Escape at Yosemite being towed by a broccoli colored truck." Or, "I saw an Escape 5.0 on I-95 in Delaware and I think the TV occupants were munching on broccoli sandwiches." The point is, enough is enough. We don't need to introduce poutine into every other thread in an attempt "to be funny." Of course, children will continue to be children and there is nothing that I can say that will dissuade them. I can only hope you get my point.
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Thank you Jim!
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Old 05-08-2015, 04:52 PM   #90
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Wowsers,
We won't have our Escape yet, & won't be going to the rally, so we didn't look at the menu list until now. What an array of wonderful foods we'll be missing. (And extra pounds put on!).

All we can say is, Enjoy (but don't rave about it too much, here. We'll just feel bad.
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