I picked up 1/2 the portion of lettuce, feta cheese, red and yellow peppers and hummus at the store today because they were on sale. What's left for Steve and Shirley?- cookie dough, 1lb of lettuce, 2-3 packages of pita bread or chips. The cookie dough is not critical and I would be happy to keep the hummus at home if no one brings any chips. Thanks!
0 · July 18
Here is the menu item list. Please post on this meetup the item or items you can commit to bringing. Also give me feedback if you think I forgot anything. The center has cooking oil, salad dressing, milk and basic spices on hand. If our team gets word that the group we will be feeding is significantly bigger or small than 30 guests I will update the portions on this list on Friday. Thanks for volunteering.
3 48 oz packages of frozen chicken breast tenderloins
2 large cucumbers
3 large tomatoes or two packages of cherry tomatoes
2 lbs of spring green salad mix
3 red or yellow whole peppers
3 5lb bags of potatoes (any variety)
1 tub of raw cookie dough (usually 48oz)
1 package of powdered lemonade
2 5lb bag of apples
1 lb of butter or olive oil
from the pantry (if anyone has on hand)
0 · July 13
I do like the idea of a Greek Theme: Chicken Breasts, hummus and pita bread, with a simple salad (with cucumber, tomatoes, and Greek dressing on the side).
I think kids generally like chicken breasts, unless you think we need to make it more kid friendly and do chicken strips (and include ketchup as an option). And I think kids would at least enjoy trying the pita bread; we can have the hummus on the side in case they turn up their noses at that.
1 · July 11
I'll be the kitchen leader to get us started. I was thinkning about a greek theme. Tabbouleh salad, hummus and pita bread and chicken breasts. Too risky? I have an easy tabbouleh recipe. It might be fun for summer, but I know we are serving a lot of children. We could make our own hummus or we would do store made. Any thoughts?
0 · July 9