Originally Posted by Isadora
I'm thinking a baked ham, maybe some deviled Easter eggs.
speaking of deviled aigs:
As to the potluck and the bar bee que dinners: Everything was delicious. But I can speak with some expertise on the devilled eggs....probably spelt that wrong, but you know, the kind of eggs that you hardboil first at home so you don't stink up the trailer (see posts #575 and #635 (this was last Spring's rally) in this thread).
Then you gets up early Friday morning because you know the mixings got to set up a bit before you eat them adn you commence making eggs, deviled eggs in the galley kitchen of your 1978 Airsteam 31' Soveriegn---not sure how to spell that either.
When you get done mixing the egg yolks, the miracle whip, the kraft pimento cheese spread, the chopped sweet pickles all together and put them in the peeled eggs halves, you put them in the ice box for several hours to set up.
So, I had all 4 dozen eggs done by 9:30 Friday morning. When Regina, my wife, got down to the campgrounds around noonish, she said we got either
a propane leak
a full black water tank
a pilot light out somewhere
a leaking sewer hose
or something because the trailer did stink.
Yeah UP, it was then eggs. I would have thought I would have remembered that from last year. Well, I did actually, but I thought the stinking part was in the hardboiling do I did that at home before I came down to the doings.
I didn't realize that the fixing of the fixin's also can stink up a trailer.
But hey, I slice those jumbo martini olives and put them on the egg halves and they sure look pretty. I forgot to bring salt and pepper down so they didn't have no seasoning except for a little olive juice.