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Food for October 1 Trade

Posted by lsmcw 7b-AL (My Page) on
Tue, Aug 2, 11 at 14:26

OK - think about what you want to bring for lunch and post here so we don't end up with 20 bowls of potato salad.

I'll bring baked spaghetti.


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RE: Food for October 1 Trade

  • Posted by nelson 7b in Alabama (My Page) on
    Tue, Aug 2, 11 at 22:47

Linda,

You're making me hungry, already! Spaghetti is good, but when it's baked it's better!

As in past years, I'll bring large dinner plates, dessert plates, cups, cutlery, napkins and 'Wet Ones' - you can't be too clean ;-)

Nelson


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I will bring a couple of roasted chickens. One lemon pepper and the other herbs and stuff.

I need some lunch!


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Yum. Sounds like we need at least one salad. I'll bring carrot/raisin salad.


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I will bring a made-from-scratch chocolate cake.

Susan.


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I'll bring some "mexican" cornbread. There's very few things I know how to make :-)


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Sandra and i will bring a bowl of her famous chicken salad and crackers.

wayne


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I'll bring the drinks & ice.Any requests? Jan


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I can make green tomato bread, like zucchini bread but it uses green tomatoes. Interested?


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Kenneth: Green tomato bread sounds interesting as well as good. Will look forward to it.


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  • Posted by nelson 7b in Alabama (My Page) on
    Tue, Sep 20, 11 at 23:16

I'm with catbird, and a bread-lover in general. Bring it on! And Todd, Mexican cornbread is one of my favorites!

Nelson


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RE: Food for October 1 Trade

Hi all,

As I mentioned on an earlier post, Jan will be unable to attend the fall swap due to an undisclosed illness. She is currently residing at Trinity Hospital in Birmingham, for those of you who would like to contact her.

She sends her regrets to those with which she has made trades, but looks forward to resuming them in the Spring of 2012.

She always provided us with generous coolers of soft drinks, water and ice. If anyone is undecided as to what to contribute to our swap this fall, this is an area of great need now.

Thanks a bunch!

Nelson


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I'll bring tea, water, soft drinks and ice.

Wayne


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Sorry to learn that Jan's sick. It won't be the same without her. Tell her we'll miss her.


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  • Posted by nelson 7b in Alabama (My Page) on
    Wed, Sep 28, 11 at 2:18

So here's that I've been able to gather:

Baked Spaghetti (Linda)
Two Roasted Chickens (Little Helper)
Carrot/Raisin Salad (Alice)
Chocolate Cake (Susan)
Mexican Cornbread (Todd)
Chicken Salad & Crackers (Wayne)
Green tomato cornbread (Kenneth)
Soft drinks, tea, water & ice (Wayne)
I'm bringing large platters, dessert plates, large cups, napkins and "Wet Ones" (I'm a clean freak!).
Hmmm...are there any areas of deficiency, besides a green, garden salad, maybe another type of meat? Ya'll let me know....I'll try to "drum them up".

I'll bring nametags that we can fill out on the spot.
We're gonna have dang-near perfect weather - we might as well have a dang-near perfect time. Don't want anyone to go home hungry and/or disappointed. I'm bringing extra plants just in case. ;-D

It would be nice if everyone who can would bring a small, inexpensive little "gift" and/or card for Jan. The odds are stacked against her survival. More about that at the swap.

I'll see yall soon. Please take care....

Nelson


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