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What meal is most needed at PorcFest?

Breakfast (6am-11am)
- 5 (41.7%)
Lunch (11am-3pm)
- 2 (16.7%)
Dinner (5pm-8pm)
- 1 (8.3%)
Breakfast all day
- 3 (25%)
LateDinner (8pm+)
- 0 (0%)
Snacks (homemade or other)
- 1 (8.3%)

Total Members Voted: 12

Voting closed: April 03, 2012, 07:05:07 pm


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FrugalFannie

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Re: What do you want to eat at PorcFest?
« Reply #15 on: March 24, 2012, 08:04:36 pm »

Thanks for all the comments so far. Looks like there is a big call for breakfast.  :) At Any time.

Breakfast will definitely include Paleo options since eggs, bacon, sausage are pretty easy to do in this type of situation. We will probably be whipping up some omelets loaded with fresh veggies on this trip. We will be attempting to local source as much as possible so anyone knows any local farmers who can provide eggs, veggies and breakfast meats that would be fantastic. Local cheeses would also be awesome. Since we are small we like to customize our menu for the given event or locale. When this poll closes we will be posting another with actual menu options. We like to give our customers the food they want and make it taste really fantastic too!

Keep the votes coming.
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FrugalFannie

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Re: What do you want to eat at PorcFest?
« Reply #16 on: March 24, 2012, 08:16:24 pm »

Vegetarian food   :)

What would you like for breakfast? I ask this because I know some vegetarians eat eggs, some don't. Some drink milk and eat cheese, others don't. Not sure if peopleare looking for cold breakfasts too. I usually cook my food that I sell but if there is a big cry for cereal and milk i will consider providing that. Obviously, I will have to limit the menu somewhat.
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Re: What do you want to eat at PorcFest?
« Reply #17 on: March 24, 2012, 09:11:12 pm »

What would you like for breakfast? I ask this because I know some vegetarians eat eggs, some don't. Some drink milk and eat cheese, others don't. Not sure if peopleare looking for cold breakfasts too. I usually cook my food that I sell but if there is a big cry for cereal and milk i will consider providing that. Obviously, I will have to limit the menu somewhat.

Thanks for asking! I do eat eggs, and the fresh veggie omelettes sound delicious, if they are nearly as good as they sound I will be a daily customer

I am not sure what the demand situation is - I would say that vegetarians are a pretty small percentage overall (although I appreciate you having a veggie option). There does seem to be a lot of talk about bacon, I'm not quite sure what that obsession is all about...  ;)
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Re: What do you want to eat at PorcFest?
« Reply #18 on: March 26, 2012, 10:19:59 pm »

I eat eggs/dairy, and occasionally some fish too. Not too crazy about the cereal option personally, but who knows, maybe kids there will appreciate it? Vegetarians are definitely a tiny minority of libertarians, sadly...
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Re: What do you want to eat at PorcFest?
« Reply #19 on: March 26, 2012, 11:18:56 pm »

Thirding the vegetarian vote. I do eat eggs/dairy, but I made exceptions last porcfest for the cookoff. It was worth it, in my opinion. Anyway, I just wanted to let people know that the vegetarian market is larger than 2 :P
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Re: What do you want to eat at PorcFest?
« Reply #20 on: April 08, 2012, 03:47:58 am »

I am also a vegetarian and I also eat eggs and dairy. When I can I try to lower the amount of grain in my diet and eat more nuts, fruits and vegetables, in other words slightly paleo or primitive.

After visiting India I realized American don't know vegetarian cuisine. Aloo-palak and aloo-gobee are the real thing, not salty rubber dogs.
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Re: What do you want to eat at PorcFest?
« Reply #21 on: May 18, 2012, 04:41:40 pm »

Breakfast, I have cooked for another festival the past few years, breakfast all day.
A couple suggestions: Burritos, they are portable and customizable.    Roasted vegetable sandwiches and some gluten free bread, those that like it will thank you, add eggs its breakfast.   Granola, energy, fruit and nut bars, the less additives the better, kashi does a nice job. Bottled water, gatorade, even for breakfast, lots.

I am not attending and obviously not cooking for this festival, in lieu of Porcfest instead, i have always been a liberty activist, just within my circle of friends. This has not been enthusiastically received always. Statist punks...haha but seriously, i am super excited and will be there Tuesday till they kick us out!!
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Re: What do you want to eat at PorcFest?
« Reply #22 on: May 18, 2012, 05:19:55 pm »

What would you like for breakfast? I ask this because I know some vegetarians eat eggs, some don't. Some drink milk and eat cheese, others don't. Not sure if peopleare looking for cold breakfasts too. I usually cook my food that I sell but if there is a big cry for cereal and milk i will consider providing that. Obviously, I will have to limit the menu somewhat.

Thanks for asking! I do eat eggs, and the fresh veggie omelettes sound delicious, if they are nearly as good as they sound I will be a daily customer

I am not sure what the demand situation is - I would say that vegetarians are a pretty small percentage overall (although I appreciate you having a veggie option). There does seem to be a lot of talk about bacon, I'm not quite sure what that obsession is all about...  ;)
Oh man, as a chef i would love the opportunity to rock out a mess of properly blanched brussel, sprouts, with some neuskies bacon and sherry vinegar. Insane.
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