Photo Credit-Tom Bartholomew
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 with corresponding map with Booth Letters..
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-
A. Sausage Stuffed Mushrooms – Franklin Heights Church
B. Pork Chops – St. Francis Xavier Parish
C. Cookies & Lemon Shakeups – Masons
D. Fried Fish– Marines
E. Rib Tips – Victory Church
F. Root Beer – Victory Church
G. Shish Kebab – Soul’s Harbor
H. Crick Fried Taters –Abundant Life Church
I. Patriot Sausages – Christian Education Foundation
J. Farmer’s Lunch (Sourdough Bread, Fruit, Cheese)– Wabash Valley Progressives
K. Strawberry Shortcakes & Ice Cream – Thursday Church, Bicknell
L. Chicken & Dumplings – United Pentecostal Tabernacle
M. Bread Pudding – Knox County Humane Society
O. Beignets & Ribeye Steak Sandwiches– Boy Scouts
P. Ham & Beans– Old Town Players
R. Ears of Corn – Vigo P.T.O.
S. Chicken Breast Sandwich & Dried Noodles – Apostolic Lighthouse
T. Pies by the Slice or Whole – Lord’s Warehouse
Food Booth Chairman: Kevin Baxter