[Loch-Ruadh] Camp feast for Guardian of the Tor

Jane Sitton lymadelina at yahoo.com
Tue Jun 18 08:29:25 PDT 2002

Well, I thought we were going to eat the Tor's feast,
but the van decided it needed new tires, so we will be
eating camp feast (which actually sounds much better,
to be honest).

Logan will make his bedevilled eggs (on site, for
those who worry about cooked eggs keeping fresh), and
I will make cherry cobbler or ???


--- Donna Wallis <mama_mac at airmail.net> wrote:
> This is a what we have for the feast so far.......
> Eirik & Aingeal Mac an Ghabhann....Bread, butter &
> lemonade
> Dana Mac an Ghabhann....Cheeses and some raw veggies
> Padraig....I'll bring and fry the turkey
> Tegwared & Caitrin....fruit
> Alaric & Fiona....will bring a ham (about 5 or 6
> lbs)
> Medb & Daire.....strawberry shortcake and pasta
> salad
> Elizabeth....Corn on the cob
> Terric....potato salad
> ************************************************
> The summer "in camp feast" menu generally consists
> of:
> Fried or smoked turkey and/or any other kind of
> cooked cold meat people
> are willing to bring, cheeses, raw vegetables,
> fruits, butters, breads,
> desserts and/or anything else you would like to
> bring to share.  This
> feast doesn't take a lot of work and very little
> clean up is required
> since we do very little cooking.
> The biggest pain is figuring out what everyone is
> bringing so we don't
> end up with 6 loaves of bread and 4 watermelons!
> So, please reply to the list if you would like to be
> included in the "in
> camp feast" and what you are going to bring to
> share.
> ************************************************
> Dana
> Lughnasadh is coming, let's get ready!!!

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