Caleb and I met in 2009, it was love at first sight...for him and I came around a week later. We were married 5 short months later and have been blessed with 4 crazy/beautiful children. If we've learned anything in those years it would be that LAUGHTER is the best couples therapy. We love sharing ways to have fun and create memories with your families. Thank you for being here and your continued support. We hope we can add a little joy to your day!
- Caleb & Kelsi
I’ve been getting lots of questions on how we feed our big family at our family reunion so I thought I’d write up a post to help answer some questions. There’s 7 kids in my family so each family is in charge of one meal (lunches and dinners) for everyone, then you’re on your own for breakfast (except the last day where Grandpa and Grandma take over). These are some of the meals that we had this reunion.
-Costa Vida – Ordered from the restaurant.
-J Dawgs – they offered an assortment of hotdogs (large polish and beef from Costco), hoagie buns, pickles cut the long way, and the yummy sauce from the restaurant J Dawgs.
-White Chicken Chili – Here’s a recipe similar to the one we had.
-Hawaiian Sliders – I like to use the King’s Hawaiian recipe.
-Idaho Nachos – Nacho toppings over french fries.
-Chicken Salad sandwiches – with veggie cups and watermelon on the side. Chicken salad sandwich recipe.
Last year we had similar meals.
-Tacos – with an assortment of tortillas.
-Sandwiches – ordered from the grocery store.
-J-dawgs – always a crowd favorite.
-American style nachos – chili, lettuce, chips, tomatoes, olives, cheese – you get the idea.
-Pizza – never disappoints.
-Pulled Pork Sandwiches – a similar recipe here.
I also put together an assortment of our most used/most loved items that help make our reunions run a little smoother.
I hope that helps answer all of your questions, if you need a refresher I have all of our reunion moments saved in a highlight bubble on my instagram here and our amazon reunion favorites list is here.