Re: Cub Scout Pack Meeting Dutch Oven Cooking
- --- In email@example.com, "Randy Pope" <pope.r@...> wrote:
>Chicken and rice usually goes over well and is easy to prepare. then you can use an institutional size can of some green vegetable.
> I was just asked to coordinate the food for the next Cub Scout Pack Meeting.
> I thought it would be a good idea for the boys to cook dinner in dutch ovens. Well, by the time the meeting was over- each Den is doing a desert, and I'm doing the rest. I was provided an estimate of 50-60 people attending... which I thought was high based on the attendance at our Pinewood Derby.
> Now- I've cooked for groups as big a 20 before. I normally do three main dishes, so there is something for everyone. I'm thinking with this many people I will need to streamline things a lot.
> I'm looking for some helpful suggestions from people that have done this large of a group before. Menu selection is a big concern. Simplicity and mass-production seem like important considerations.
> Also, if anyone is in the Eastern Contra Costa area the first Thurs of May.......
- Randy, Im in Tracy, CA pm me off line and ill lend a hand got over 75 ovens ya know give me ur ph number and ill call ya!
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