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A Taste of the Nations - Youth Fundraiser

Hello friends!

The Junior High and High school students of Del Rey Church will be hosting a fundraiser on Saturday, July 7th, 2018 in support of their fundraising efforts to offset the cost of winter camp, as well as provide new equipment for our youth room. 

We have entitled this fundraiser "A Taste of the Nations." We are recruiting individual church members to donate their favorite "authentic" international meal. Do you have a traditional family meal or appetizer? Or what about a favorite dish from around the world you would like to create?

This event will also include live entertainment and a silent auction.

Please specify the dish you will prepare for the fundraiser. Please drop off the dish no later than 5:30PM on July 7th, the night of the fundraiser. Those who volunteer to cook will be waived from the $10 entry fee! Thanks for considering and I look forward to enjoying your international dish!

Each dish should feed 15-20 people. However, the portion sizes we give will be "samples" so ideally more people can try each recipe. 

Lastly, when you sign up, please comment what the dish is called, and what country it is popular in.


Date: 07/07/2018 (Sat.)

Time: 6:00pm - 8:00pm PDT

Location: Del Rey Church

Created by:   Ryan Richards
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YES I would love a taste of the nations and support the Youth Group! And I will bring enough for 20 servings of ... (20)

Please note the international dish you are bringing

14 of 20 slots filled
Natasha Watson
Vareniki. Ukrainian/Russian. Bite sized sweet cheese dumpling.
Ryan Richards
Rouladen - a German meat dish, usually consisting of bacon, onions, mustard and pickles wrapped in thinly sliced beef which is then cooked
Lydia Wilson (2)
Tsukune (Japanese Meatballs) and Yakisoba (Japanese-style fried noodles)
Shannon Tracy
Aguadito de Pollo: a Peruvian chicken and rice soup
Cynthia Jeske
Indian Butter Chicken with Basmati Rice
Robin Ann Fabros
We’ll bring something Filipino. Probably pansit (noodles) or synigang (soup) . Do you need to know for sure?
Khriston Lim
Korean beef (bulgogi) and/or spicy rice cakes(ttuck bok gi)
Landon Pietrini
New York style pizza by the slice
Melissa Ralph
Meatball Cottage Pie made with Peach Chutney and wrapped in a pie crust
Emily Payton
I'll either bring mandazi (donuty things from East Africa) or fried plantains. If that fails, I'll bring coconut fish and rice.
Fay Jernigan
New Orleans Bread Pudding
Joy Dolan
Indian Butter chicken and rice
Neel Upadhye
Indian aloo sabzi (vegetarian potato curry)

YES! I would love a taste of the nations and support the Youth Group. But I can't cook! Actually, I just can't bring anything. (200)

1 of 200 slots filled
Lucy Rodgers
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