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Old 03-23-2016, 05:13 PM   #61
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Oh look, that weekend looks full, i am going to have to cancel my reservations
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Old 03-23-2016, 05:52 PM   #62
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Old 03-23-2016, 06:19 PM   #63
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Appropriate Attire for Oktoberfest.

Glad it is not my turn in the barrel or can.
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Old 03-23-2016, 06:25 PM   #64
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This will be our first "camper" rally so kinda pumped about this one. We are on our 2nd FR camper. This cold today is nuts and slight chance of snow tomorrow. I need the heat!
I have a small charcoal smoker that I might try and bring with us.
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This will be our first "camper" rally so kinda pumped about this one. We are on our 2nd FR camper. This cold today is nuts and slight chance of snow tomorrow. I need the heat!
I have a small charcoal smoker that I might try and bring with us.

Sounds great!
The very first Amana rally we had a touch over 200 attendees and 90% of them were "first timers"
A lot of them returned the second year because they had such a great time!


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Old 03-24-2016, 12:55 PM   #66
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We were first timers to thus rally last year. Can't wait to go this year! Gotta wear the hat I got there!
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Tell me about how a potluck dinner works. I have never seen it done outside of a home where everything you need is there.

I would like to know how others handle this. My questions are all over the board as in cook one or more items, quantity, container for said item and if it is a hot item is it just brought in or do folks use something to heat it(plug it in)? What about bowls, plates and tools to eat with?

If anyone add any survival and etiquette tips I would like to hear them.

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Old 03-24-2016, 06:49 PM   #68
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Tell me about how a potluck dinner works. I have never seen it done outside of a home where everything you need is there.

I would like to know how others handle this. My questions are all over the board as in cook one or more items, quantity, container for said item and if it is a hot item is it just brought in or do folks use something to heat it(plug it in)? What about bowls, plates and tools to eat with?

If anyone add any survival and etiquette tips I would like to hear them.

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Bring your own table service.
Bring your own drink.
A potluck of any size is pretty hard to organize on who brings what.
Especially when you have different people reading about the pout luck on different social media sites.
Bring a dish hot or cold there'll be plenty!
Phat phrogs have winged a few potlucks and all have been successful.



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Thanks TURBS,
I am thinking about my STL pork ribs with a dry rub. I am hungry now, darn.
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Thanks TURBS,
I am thinking about my STL pork ribs with a dry rub. I am hungry now, darn.

Last year a smoked several pork buts !
Martyq brought a couple for me to smoke as well!



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