We had a fantastic turnout for the "It's Too Cold To Drive" event! Thanks go out to Sam and Ginger for offering up their home, and Geoff for entertaining us with the Table Top Rally. The evening kicked off with the Soup part of the Cook Off. The competition was stiff. We tasted Vinnie's Cioppino, Pat's Tomato Vegetable, Cindy's Chicken Corn Chowder, Beth's Chicken Matzo Ball, Harriet's Spring Pea, and Ginger's Italian Wedding Soup. If we thought choosing just one was tough with the soups, once we began tasting pies, the voting became impossible! We began the sweet task of sampling pies. First, and the lone entry in the Savory Pie Category, was Marilyn's delicious Italian Pie. Then the sweet pies: Janie's Carolina Cream, Maureen's Nutter Butter Peanut Butter, Tara's Peanut Butter Chocolate Banana Elvis, Pat's Coconut Cream, Ginger's Cherry, Margo's Pecan, and Christine's Lemon Meringue. We certainly have some cooking and baking talent in this club! The votes were cast and the winners were announced. In the Soup category, Cindy's Chicken Corn Chowder. In the Savory Pie category, Marilyn's Italian Pie. In the Sweet Pie category, Maureen's Nutter Butter Pie.
After the delicious challenge of the Cook Off, we moved on to hold a quick meeting. With business all settled, Geoff took over the event with the Table Top Rally. In the words of my niece, Tara, it was "awesome." Folks divided into teams and were given maps. They had to use the roads to find their way to the designated endpoint. Along the way, they had to figure out answers to some challenging questions. For the better part of an hour, everywhere we looked were teams with their heads huddled together over little maps of the English countryside. A wonderful time was had by all!
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