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Old 10-07-2005, 11:37 PM   #31
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...I know I'd bust my buttons fixing for any and all of you

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I'd probably bust a few buttons eating all these dishes

That is a lovely thing to say, Kadesma -- the other part, about getting to know one another.
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Old 10-07-2005, 11:39 PM   #32
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Old 10-07-2005, 11:52 PM   #33
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Well...when you're all ready...you can use our restaurant to get together! We're kind of central....we'll close for the day....everyone can cook in my kitchen...we can seat up to about 100....we have a buffet we can put all the food out on....and I'll just sit back and watch everyone else cook for a change! When are you coming? Oh yes...and I have a commercial dishwasher...so dishes are easy! Love you all...wish we really could do this!
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Old 10-08-2005, 09:24 AM   #34
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wouldn't it be cool if we had a gathering where each person brought one basic ingredient- like one person would bring some cheddar cheese and another would bring some baby spinach- and we would cook and make a buffet of sorts using all the ingredients?
Luvs, I had a "stone soup" party once. The name comes from an old story which most of you have probably heard. Soldiers are occupying a village where food is very short. The villagers are hoarding food, and will not share with the soldiers. So the cook announces that he is going to make stone soup. He chooses the stone very carefully, then puts it in a kettle of water over the fire. He keeps sniffing and commenting on how good it smells. "If only I had a cabbage, it would be so much better," he says. A villager appears with a cabbage for his soup. It goes on and on until one by one, the villagers bring potatoes, soup bones, etc, until they have a big pot of delicious soup.

For the party, I had everyone bring something to go in the soup. It was fun, and the soup was great.
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Old 10-08-2005, 09:32 AM   #35
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Well...when you're all ready...you can use our restaurant to get together! We're kind of central....we'll close for the day....everyone can cook in my kitchen...we can seat up to about 100....we have a buffet we can put all the food out on....and I'll just sit back and watch everyone else cook for a change! When are you coming? Oh yes...and I have a commercial dishwasher...so dishes are easy! Love you all...wish we really could do this!
That's it! Cherryville Kansas it is!

And Mish, I think you should be in charge of all of the decorations, etc! Your ideas are wonderful
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Old 10-08-2005, 10:00 AM   #36
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Luvs, I had a "stone soup" party once. The name comes from an old story which most of you have probably heard. Soldiers are occupying a village where food is very short. The villagers are hoarding food, and will not share with the soldiers. So the cook announces that he is going to make stone soup. He chooses the stone very carefully, then puts it in a kettle of water over the fire. He keeps sniffing and commenting on how good it smells. "If only I had a cabbage, it would be so much better," he says. A villager appears with a cabbage for his soup. It goes on and on until one by one, the villagers bring potatoes, soup bones, etc, until they have a big pot of delicious soup.

For the party, I had everyone bring something to go in the soup. It was fun, and the soup was great.
that was a good idea!
i had that book when i was little. 'course i loved it cause i was a little foodie-in-training.
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