Y2K Dinner Menu #2 of 30 at Camp Why-Too-Kagreenspun.com : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) Preparation Forum : One Thread
Dinner Menu #2 is now up at the Camp Why-Too-Ka website. We welcome you to go take a look! Menu #2 includes delicious chili and pan cornbread recipes. You may have heard of Camp Why-Too-Ka. We're a site on Yahoo! that offers Y2K humor and now RECIPES for those of you out there stocking your pantries for the rollover to the millennium. Helga, our camp cook, has been busy creating recipes which will tempt nouveau-survivalist and hardcore prepper palates alike. These are real recipes, which we've taste tested and they're free. Just go grab them off the site at http://www.campy2k.com Each offering is for a complete dinner menu, including dessert. The recipes are easy to fix, utilize only canned or dry-packaged ingredients, and can be made using a campstove, wood stove or BBQ grill. Most are made in a single pan or pot. Perfect not only for Y2K, but your next camping trip, too! Helga has created 30 dinners, which we will be posting randomly on the camp website one at a time, from now until the ball goes dark in Times Square. Be sure to bookmark the site and check back often. Cindy Lou, Camp Director Camp Why-Too-Ka (Y2K) http://www.campy2k.com
-- Cindy Lou (CampY2K@aol.com), July 17, 1999
***DELETE*** This is a commercial site selling T-Shirts ***DELETE***
-- For (firstname.lastname@example.org), July 18, 1999.
Yes, we sell T-shirts. We don't deny it. But the recipes are free and there will be 30 dinner menus worth. Look at them if you like. Nobody is telling you you have to buy something from us. You don't even have to scroll down to look at the t-shirts. Just click on the FREE recipes button at the left/
-- Cindy Lou (CampY2K@aol.com), July 18, 1999.
I vote that the post remains. Yes, they sell T-shirts. Yes, the humor is a little flip. But, I'm a really self-conscious cook and I appreciated the recipes and the humor and the little tips. I bookmarked the site so I can go back and get more recipes as they are posted. And, no I won't buy a T-shirt.
-- DianeR (email@example.com), July 18, 1999.
It's a close call, but sites that sell thing are ok, so long as they don't advertise those items here. Minnesota Smith is also right on the edge. As is Roy the energy man.
-- BigDog (BigDog@duffer.com), July 18, 1999.
Thanks, Cindy Lou! The recipes look easy and tasty, too! :-) I appreciate the info about products that don't require eggs, etc.
-- Gayla (firstname.lastname@example.org), July 18, 1999.
BigDog - You at least have gotta leave this one up until they post the recipe for roasted stuffed spam!
-- Brooks (email@example.com), July 18, 1999.
Roasted Stuffed Spam is week after next. This coming week is Slade's Beef Bourguignonne, which I had the other night, and was shocked that you could actually make it out of Dinty Moore Stew and have it taste not only good, but fantastic. Btw, two things: 1) We're preparing just like everyone else on this board. In fact we're getting ready to make our move to the Virginia hills, and 2) Helga (my mother) works really hard on these recipes. It means a lot to her that they're up there for people to try. If you don't want me to post any more, I won't. I 'm pretty new to marketing things on the Internet, and so I'll admit that I've made some blunders.
-- Cindy Lou (CampY2K@aol.com), July 19, 1999.
Cindy, hey, I be the "boss" and already said it's cool. Just don't promote items you have for sale directly on this forum: the recipes are great.
-- BigDog (BigDog@duffer.com), July 19, 1999.
Cindy, I'm filing those receipes. Keep 'em coming. Thanks.
-- de (delewis@Xinetone.net), July 19, 1999.