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Cooking for Dunmail Raise Trip, 26th-28th October 2012

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This is a wiki (editable web page) to organise cooking for the CUHWC Trip to the Achille Ratti Climbing Club Hut at Dunmail Raise on the weekend of 26th-28th October 2012. There is a large kitchen, fully equipped kitchen for 'party catering', with commercial cooker, grill, microwave and fridge.

Click edit at the top to change the text (you'll need to be logged in to your account on the website first - click here to register if you don't have one). You can either suggest a meal idea or join one of the existing ones and you're obviously also welcome to sort yourself out (move your name to 'Independent'). Please remove your name from the section at the bottom once you're in a group or have decided to cook alone. The person who suggests the meal is responsible for arranging the ingredients - everyone else in the group should bring money on the trip to pay for their share, and expect to help with the meal preparation and washing up.

Timetable
Meal suggestions by Tuesday evening. Finalise groups by Wednesday night so the person suggesting the meal knows how much they have to buy and has a couple of days to do the shopping.

Meal Groups

Moroccan Tagine (veggie) and Toffee Apple pudding

Maximum no. people 10

Meal details:

  • Spicy bean and vegetable stew with cous cous (as I ate in Morocco only without the food poisoning)
  • Toffee apple sponge with custard

People

  • Becky
  • Mark N
  • Peter K (What can I do to help?)
  • Eleri
  • Tim N
  • Henry Miller
  • Alex Elliott
  • Hannah Lissaman
  • Paul
  • Lilia
  • Kalin

Gnocching on heaven's door

Maximum no. people 6

Starter - Rocket salad with a balsamic dressing
Main - Gnocchi in a crème fraîche, spinach and red pepper sauce
Dessert - Cheesecake

c. £5 each. It might be good for someone to bring a bottle of wine?

This meal is vegetarian.

People

  • Michael (maf44 for details)
  • Tom A (will bring wine)
  • Mike Simpson
  • Phil Brown
  • Mat Dalton
  • Thomas Leach



Beef and ale stew

Maximum no. people 10

Meal details:

Starter - Avocado and tomato Salad

Main - Beef and ale stew, with potatoes and carrots served with home made bread

Pudding - Sticky Toffee Pudding

  • Greg Chadwick ( Do you have an electric handwhisk that I can borrow, and if so can you bring it this weekend? Becky)
  • Vicky Ward
  • Andrew (the one and only)
  • Laurent Michaux (ill have a go at the starter)
  • Dave Farrow
  • Jo Smith
  • Gareth Ainsworth
  • Tuomo V
  • Tom H
  • Kim M
  • Tom Owen (yes i'm worming in last minute)

Helen and Constanze's less mysterious meal

Maximum no. people 10

Meal details:

Starter: Greek salad with home made bread sticks

Main: Spicy winter vegetable hot pot with cheese scone topping

Dessert: Apple strudel with vanilla sauce

People

  • Constanze
  • Helen
  • Andrena
  • Sung-Geun Hong
  • Philip W (anything I can do to help?)
  • Katie Skeffington
  • Huiqi
  • Nick
  • Jane
  • Simon

Who is keen for Punch/Mulled wine/mulled cider (£2)?

  • Yes, please! (Eleri). I'd like wine the best, cider the second best.
  • Tuomo. (Punch and wine certainly. Never had mulled cider, but interested in trying.)
  • Mmmm mulled cider - both seasonal and different. Just don't use Old Rosie... (Jo)
  • Yes! Love mulled wine! Though i wouldn't say no to punch (Vicky)
  • Hannah - Yes please to any of the above!
  • Philip W — any or all of the above please!
  • Phil B - All of these things are delicious.
  • Paul - 1 wine 2 cider
  • Yes please! Something mulled would be good (Jane)
  • Lilia: lovely idea! Any of the above.
  • Andrena - Definitely wine. I think Joe still has the mulling spices that we bought this time last year - or at least some of them. Maybe ask him?
    • Are there some in the club kit as well? [AW] Yes [PK]
  • Any or all thanks! (Mat)
  • I daresay I'd go for all of them. [AW]
  • Yes please! Any would be lovely (Katie)
  • Tom H - either wine or cider would be good, thanks.
  • Greg - preference forwine
  • Simon - Prefer wine to cider
  • Sounds great, don't mind which (Nick)
  • Laurent - Mulled wine please.
  • Tom Owen - Wine sounds good - mulled or not
  • Matt H - yes please
  • Mark - yes, hope it is not too late for that

Independent

  • Matt H
  • Daumilas Ardickas

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