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Pampered Chef: Show to Go Packing List

  1. ChefSandyK

    ChefSandyK Member

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    A while back, I promised someone that I would post the way I pack my three pieces. Here it is - better late than never, I guess. :) Before I start, I should warn you that I take WAY more than I should and the bags are HEAVY! I don't promise you will be able to lift them...I manage it, but that's just me. I also should tell you that I make two trips in and three trips out. My first trip I take in my laptop and dirty dish bin (filled with my paperwork tote). My second trip in I take the three Show to Go pieces. When I leave, the paperwork tote and dirty dish bin become two different trips.

    Okay, here goes

    Rolling Suitcase
    Outside Side 1
    2 cookbooks
    2 hotpads
    oven mitt

    Outside Side 2
    Patriotic heart mold
    Mini-baker or Mini-oval baker or small bar pan

    Front pockets
    SA Large Bowl or whatever large flat stone I'm using
    Small saute pan

    Back pocket (by the handle)
    Large grooved cutting board
    Cutting board
    Cooling Rack
    SS Mixing lids

    Interior back pocket
    SA Large Square

    Interior lid zipper pocket
    bag of gloves, Bandaids :)
    Hospitality Stand feet

    Interior back panel slots (from right to left)
    EAD
    Serated Bread Knife
    Citrus Press
    Meat Tenderizer
    Utility Knife

    4 Rear Panel pockets
    bottom left - petite squares
    bottom right - prep bowl lids
    top left - prep bowls
    top right - Measure all filled with DCG large barrel and The Grate Container


    Left front long panel pocket
    Striped rectangular platter

    Left Front set of pockets
    bottom left - 3 colored SA small bowls
    bottom right - 3 minisquares, 2 SA white small bowls
    top - Striped SA medium Square


    Right Front set of pockets
    right rear- US&G, microplane
    Right front - DCG with small barrel inserted, adjustable measuring scoop, timer

    Interior Side pocket 1
    Chef's Knife
    Crinkle cutter
    Utility Knife

    Interior Side pocket 2
    Baker's roller
    heart towel
    handi-scraper

    Middle of case
    Classic Batter bowl, wrapped in towel, with Easy Read measuring cups and washcloth tucked inside OR rice cooker, depending on what I'm making
    Table cloth
    Apron
    Recipe Binder
    SA Caddy

    Large Tote
    Long Back Pocket
    Whatever woven piece I'm taking
    Colander lids
    Family Skillet, if I need it

    Side Pocket
    Small batter bowl wrapped in towel
    SS Mixing Bowls stacked on top

    Middle Pocket
    Door prize basket
    Spice/Sugar Shaker basket
    APCS on stand

    Side Pocket
    Chillzanne rectangular server

    Piled Upside Down, over the 3 pockets
    Colander set

    Tool Turn Around Tote
    every tool you can image, of course
    Food Chopper stuck in middle, handle side down

    Okay, that's it...like I said, it's heavy, but managable for me, at least. Of course, there are times when I don't take some things (APCS), but usually that's what I'm taking with me. I should probably cut it down somewhat, but I'm still new enough to think that if I bring it, they will buy it...lol.

    Hope this helps...feel free to ask questions if I wasn't clear enough.

    Have a great night,
    Sandy
     
    Jan 10, 2006
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  2. krzymomof4

    krzymomof4 Veteran Member Silver Member

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    Wow, I didn't know it would hold that much stuff.
     
    Jan 11, 2006
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  3. DZmom

    DZmom Veteran Member

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    Last night I packed EVERYTHING I needed for my show, BUT my paperwork in the TTA and CAT. I didn't earn the Rolling Case. :mad: It was a little heavy, but still manageable. I took along my crate for dirty dishes and my yaffa paperwork block. I have never been able to get into a hosts house in less then 5 trips and last night I made it in 3!! Now it only I can get my hands on a Rolling Case! :D
     
    Jan 11, 2006
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