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Spaghetti Feed - JV

JV Spaghetti Feed:




Spaghetti Feed Information:
Several parents have expressed an interested in getting an idea of how much food to prepare for the Spaghetti Feeds. Below are suggestions based on a Varsity Spaghetti Feed for 24 boys. JV boys should expect 12-15 boys.
These are suggestions based on comments from last years feeds.

Boys could arrive between 6:00 and 6:30 pm depending on when practice gets out.
6-8 lbs of spaghetti (cook pasta before the feed and warm in hot water when they arrive)
1 Costco packages of meatballs
2 large Costco size Prego sauce plus 1 Ragu spaghetti sauce
1 large alfredo sauce
2 lasagnas (the person who served lasagna cooked 6 lbs of spaghetti)
4-5 loaves of bread
3 bags of salad
For dessert: cream puffs are a huge hit, brownies and oranges or other fruit
 Please remind your player to thank the hands that feed them. 

 

Also contact Elisabeth to host a Spaghetti feed at pulidoe@live.com

Spaghetti Feed Information:
Several parents have expressed an interested in getting an idea of how much food to prepare for the Spaghetti Feeds. Below are suggestions based on a Varsity Spaghetti Feed for 24 boys. JV boys should expect 12-15 boys. These are suggestions based on comments from the first two feeds.

Boys could arrive between 6:00 and 6:30 pm depending on when practice gets out.
6-8 lbs of spaghetti (cook pasta before the feed and warm in hot water when they arrive)
2 Costco packages of meatballs
2 large Costco size Prego sauce plus 1 Ragu spaghetti sauce
1 large alfredo sauce
2 lasagnas (the person who served lasagna cooked 6 lbs of spaghetti)
4-5 loaves of bread
3 bags of salad
For dessert: cream puffs are a huge hit, brownies and oranges or other fruit
 Please remind your player to thank the hands that feed them. 









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