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Hot Meteor(ite) Lunch

Description: Participants try not to be caught holding the meteor(ite) when the bell sounds and cannot eat until it sounds again.
Ambience: While eating this meal an object is passed at each table. When the buzzer sounds whoever is holding the object at that moment can't eat until someone else is caught holding it; they are allowed (even encouraged) to finish their current mouthful. By convention, if it is sitting in front of your plate, it counts as you holding it.
Cuisine: It needs to be something which can be eaten one-handed to allow for passing.
Items Served:Apple, FreshBug Juice

Carrot SticksPotato Chips

Sloppy Joes (New)

Caveman Dinner

Description: The other Winter Camp classic
Ambience: Put away utensils, turn off the ligths after grace. Food should be served by a couple of advanced cavemen.
Cuisine: Spaghetti, salad, garlic bread, and chocolate pudding are traditional.
Items Served:Bread, Garlic - HomemadeChocolate Pudding

Milk, ChilledSpaghetti with Turkey

Tossed Salad

Bakery Snack

Description: Freshly baked bread and other treats
Ambience: All we need is the smell of freshly baked bread.
Cuisine: Warm bread, pretzels, other baked goods and appropriate spreads.
Items Served:Bread Spreads, SugaryBread, White

Butter, ChurnedMilk, Chilled

Pretzels, Homemade

Lumberjack Breakfast

Description: Eat like a lumberjack.
Ambience: Flannel shirts, suspenders and toques abound as should a certain unshaven quality.
Cuisine: A big hearty breakfast with eggs, meat, and potatoes.
Items Served:EggsHash Browns

Milk, ChilledOrange Juice

PancakesSausage

Splash Down Lunch

Description: A simple lunch of soup and sandwiches.
Ambience: A quick meal served during the service project.
Cuisine: Something light and fast, maybe soup and sandwich, sloppy joes or mac & cheese.
Items Served:Bug JuiceChocolate Chip Cookies

Grilled Cheese, HomemadeSoup, Tomato

Half-Moon Dinner

Description: Pasties are the star of this show.
Ambience: Everything should be a standard moon shape -- full, half, crescent, etc.
Cuisine: Pasties, other circular things we can cut in half like cookies.
Items Served:Fudge (New)Garden Salad

Milk, ChilledPasties

Ice Cream Snack

Description: Handmade and freeze-dried ice cream treats
Ambience: No particular requirements.
Cuisine: Ice Cream, possibly home-made, and some toppings
Items Served:Astronaut Ice CreamBug Juice

Coconut Ice CreamMint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream

Eggss in Space

Description: A variety of egg-based dishes including eggnog
Ambience: A tribute to the idea of Pigggs in Space, the notorious Muppet sketch
Cuisine: We need eggs and some sort of pork products.
Items Served:BiscuitsCrustless Spinach Quiche

Egg NogSausage

Tang, Chilled

Food Tube Lunch

Description: Food is dispensed into toothpaste style tubes
Ambience: The meal is packed into tubes, which the astronauts can squeeze out to eat.
Cuisine: It has to be something we can fit in a tube, carry around, and squeeze out on demand.
Items Served:Apple Sauce in TubeBread Tube

Jelly TubePeanut Butter Tube

Soda Pop

No Waste Meal

Description: The meal must generate no trash -- everything edible including any packaging for the ingredients.
Ambience: There should be no frivolity and no paper napkins or disposable items of any sort.
Cuisine: Everything should be picked so that there's no packaging and no parts aren't eaten.
Items Served:Animal-Vegetable MedleyFruit Compote

Tomato-Cucumber SaladWater, Ice

Bollmano’s Pizza

Description: The traditional pizza smorgasbord
Ambience: This is made sort of assembly style -- campers cook and then as their pizzas are completed another camper is called. Tradition dictates that all new campers go before any experienced camper.
Cuisine: Pizza with a variety of toppings!
Items Served:Pizza DoughPizza Sauce

Pizza ToppingsSoda Pop

Continental Breakfast

Description: Optional fast food
Ambience: Put the food on the counter and let people fend for themselves. Good manners usually suggest if you're cooking something you should offer to cook for others too. Do your own dishes
Cuisine: Donuts, cereal, pastries. Some other things you can easily cook yourself.
Items Served:Cereal, ColdEggs

GritsMilk, Chilled

MuffinsPancakes

Pop-TartsTang, Chilled

Mexican Lunch

Description: Make a run for the border
Ambience: Pinatas, appropriate headgear, and Mexican music would all add to the experience.
Cuisine: Our usual assortment of Mexican favorites, probably in somewhat lighter portions since this is a lunch.
Items Served:Burrito TortillaChips and Salsa

Milk, ChilledRefried Beans

Spanish RiceTaco Shell

Taco/Burrito Toppings

Splashed Fish

Description: Smoked fish dinner
Ambience: No particular requirements.
Cuisine: Smoked fish and some appropriate sides.
Items Served:Apple PieFish, smoked (salmon or the like)

Garden SaladMilk, Chilled

Rosemary Roasted Potatoes

Casino Snack

Description: Watered-down drinks and bar snacks
Ambience: Members load their snacks into cups or bowls and take them to their table so they can continue gambling. The food is just put out in bags on the counter for self-service.
Cuisine: Chips, pretzels, nuts and a drink.
Items Served:Assorted ChipsAssorted Nuts

PopcornSoda Pop

First Meal on the Moon

Description: Bacon squares, peaches, sugar cookie cubes, pineapple grapefruit drink and coffee
Ambience: It should be fairly quiet.
Cuisine: The requirements are sugar cookies, tang, and bacon squares
Items Served:Bacon SquaresPeaches, Canned

Sugar Cookie BarsTang, Chilled

Conglomerate Lunch

Description: Rand Stew and its companions
Ambience: This is usually a somehwat haphazard assortment of leftovers from the week. It's very casual.
Cuisine: Rand Stew and a variety of leftovers
Items Served:Apple, FreshBug Juice

LeftoversRand Stew