Food booths will offer a variety of taste tempting treats. Many visitors returning to the Rendezvous come simply to enjoy the foods. Food cooked over an open fire adds to the flavor and aroma of this 18th century gathering. A sampling of items available are listed below.
All food booths at the Rendezvous are operated by local nonprofit organizations. The funds raised are used to help these groups do wonderful things for Knox County and it’s residents. The number of food booths is limited. All foods served during the Rendezvous must be reminiscent of the time and all food must be prepared in accordance with state health regulations.
A sampling of the fare will include the following-
Sausage stuffed mushrooms and pork rinds from the Franklin Heights Christian Church
Ham & Beans with Cornbread & Gluten Free Cornbread from The Old Towne Players
Pork chops from the St.Francis Xavier
Shish Kabob/Elk Brats from the Soul's Harbour Church
Lemon Shake ups and cookies from the Mason's Lodge
Strawberry Shortcake and Ice cream from Thursday Church's Bicknell Campus
Fried Catfish filets from the Marines
Donkey Ears (much like an elephant ear) from the Democratic Party
Buffalo Burgers and Buffalo Dogs from Thursday Church's Vincennes Campus
Grilled Turkey Legs from the Vincenns Fraternal Order of Police
Beignets/Ribeye Sandwich/BBQ Pork from the Boy Scouts Troop 210
Pork Burgers and Potato Wedges from the L.A.M Project
Famous Crick Fried Potatoes from the Republican Party
Bread Pudding served with an assortment of sauces from the Knox County Humane Society
Chicken and dumplings and homemade vanilla and strawberry ice cream from The United Pentecostal Tabernacle
Grilled Polish sausage, Frenchwurst, Bratwurst from the Christian Educational Foundation
Grilled Ears of Corn dipped in butter from the Vigo Elementary PTO
Contact: Spirit of Vincennes, Inc. at P.O. Box 1816, Vincennes, IN 47591.