6th Annual Casserole Party Hosted by Emily Farris at Brooklyn Kitchen, October 25th

Get ready, get set, go.

Read the Rules of Engagement before you sign up for this 6th Annual Casserole Party (should we call it a competition) hosted by Emily Farris at Brooklyn Kitchen, Monday, October 25th at 8 PM.

I will mention the first 3 rules so you don't waste time:

  1. Entries must be original or “family” recipes. Due to the nature of this year’s competition, pre-published recipes will not be accepted. Yes, if you manipulate a pre-published recipe to make it your own, it will be considered original.
  2. For entry to The Casserole Party, you MUST bring a casserole. “You” can be a group of up to two people. For example, Ruth and John may bring one casserole between the two of them, but if they wish to bring a third or fourth friend, a second casserole must accompany the other two guests. If they would like to bring four friends, they must bring a second AND THIRD casserole and so on. These groups of 1-2 persons will thus far be referred to as “teams.”
  3. Each team must register by Saturday, October 23, 2010.


Emily Farris is the author of Casserole Crazy: Hot Stuff for Your Oven (2008)

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