I personally would love the recipes for the following:
blueberry coffee cake
young coconut pad thai
katrinas eastern european cheese "pastries"
also does anyone remember where the middle eastern pastry tray (big disposable alum tray with a huge array of mini goodies) came from - I was busy cutting into smaller bites and forgot to take a card. Somewhere nearby in Queens I think.
also does anyone know the official name for the turkish yogurt, dill, walnut dip that was brought from Jersey (along with great turkish bread) which was still warm when I was cutting it up.
The burkas were amazing - altho by that point I couldn't eat more than a morsel and that was painful.
Abby was going to try to collect the signs and post a listing. If you want your offering to be included it would probably be better to email her directly within the next few days at email@example.com rather than just post so that we don't have 80 plus posts on the subject.
SUGGESTION: Name of pot luck dish(s), indicate whether homemade or give name of restaurant/provider and address/phone # of where to get more, general ingredients list, recipe if possible, general description of how it looked.
Although all the food was great and the selection totally amazing, imho (very humble) I think the homemade offerings were really the best.
thanks fellow hounds for a great afternoon
oh and I even met a "celebrity" Jim's mother Florence ( a very charming lady) who brought along mini empanadas sent by Jim complete with instructions to dip liberally in the side "hot sauce"
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