[Gatesedge] Fw: Re: Bid for Round Table ...
scarlettmb at sbcglobal.net
Mon Jul 27 12:41:11 PDT 2009
Ok. Since Annes did it, I did it too.
Monkey see Monkey do.
I'll forward what I said to Annes.
--- On Mon, 7/27/09, Maria Buchanan <scarlettmb at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> From: Maria Buchanan <scarlettmb at sbcglobal.net>
> Subject: Re: [Gatesedge] Bid for Round Table ...
> To: "Darlene Burns" <annescvb at gmail.com>
> Date: Monday, July 27, 2009, 2:28 PM
> Sounds good. I can put that one
> in. I was trying to think of the most popular soups
> and the one's I said seem to be the most popular.
> However, if we get the bid, I will then tell everyone at
> populace to bring whatever soup they want. Just make
> sure I know what it is. I'm trying to avoid the whole
> "I like X's Chicken Noodle better than Y's." thing. So
> I'd like to only have one version of each soup.
> However, if there was someone who wanted to make a Cream of
> Mushroom and someone else wants to make a different kind of
> mushroom soup (I've seen mushroom soups that weren't cream
> based - kind of a mushroom-beef potage thing) that would be
> Anyway, when I send the actual bid in, it's not going to
> have the specific soups on it. So I'm not hysterical
> about that.
> It will say "A variety of Homemade soups" I think that's
> --- On Mon, 7/27/09, Darlene Burns <annescvb at gmail.com>
> > From: Darlene Burns <annescvb at gmail.com>
> > Subject: Re: [Gatesedge] Bid for Round Table ...
> > To: scarlettmb at sbcglobal.net
> > Date: Monday, July 27, 2009, 11:25 AM
> > Fabu idea, Maria. I went to a red
> > tape in Mooneschadowe that did just
> > what you are talking about. They had about 20
> crockpots of
> > soup of all
> > different types. It was very nice and tasty. If I had
> to be
> > critical,
> > I wouldn't limit it to just those soups. It should be
> > whatever anyone
> > can bring. But maybe you need to put that down for
> > bid.
> > Have you given thought to how *much* soup you would
> > This missive
> > doesn't really give the impression that you are
> looking for
> > *lots* of
> > soup. The Mooneschadowe group had a LOT of soup and it
> > ALL gone
> > (pretty much) by the time I managed to get out of my
> > and down to
> > the auditorium where it was being served. There was
> > 200 at that
> > RT. They had finger veggies also (carrots, celery
> > I will be glad to make a crock pot of my famous
> > vegetable rice
> > soup. It is very very tasty.
> > Cookies are also a nice choice for dessert and not
> > messy requiring
> > yet another paper place and plastic fork or spoon to
> > On 7/27/09, Maria Buchanan <scarlettmb at sbcglobal.net>
> > wrote:
> > >
> > > Hi all. I have the info. But I want to
> > know about the lunch before I
> > > finish the bid.
> > > I had thought since it's in January, of soups
> > salad and for desert
> > > Alesone's famous easy mousse pies.
> > > So here's what I was thinking...
> > > Chicken Tortilla soup (I have a fabo recipe as
> > who has had it will
> > > attest)
> > > Chicken noodle
> > > beef barley
> > > cream of mushroom (or something else)
> > > veggie french onion.
> > > Bread and butter
> > > salad
> > > pies
> > > Now, here's the question. If we want to do
> > who want's to make what?
> > > I will make the chicken tortilla, and I'll get
> > breads (should be able to
> > > get them from Panera again for free)
> > > Who makes a good chicken noodle? Beef
> > Barley? Cream of (something)? I
> > > know Alesone makes that really good veggie
> > onion. I was hoping I
> > > could talk her into that. And then there's the
> > pies. I was thinking of a
> > > bunch of different flavors, chocolate, vanilla,
> > pistachio, butterscotch,
> > > etc. We could make a bunch of different
> > flavors. It just takes some
> > > pudding, cool whip, a graham cracker crust and
> > milk. Very simple.
> > > So what does everyone think so far?
> > > Maria
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> > --
> > Annes
> > It is by caffeine alone I set my mind in motion, It is
> > the beans of
> > Java that thoughts acquire speed. The hands acquire
> > shaking, the
> > shaking becomes a warning. It is by caffeine alone I
> set my
> > mind in
> > motion
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