The area’s biggest backyard party, with some-more than 1,800 pounds of uninformed catfish, is set for Friday, Jul 20 in a Grassland village as Bethlehem United Methodist Church hosts a 44th BUMC Fish Fry on a church’s shadowy drift at 2419 Bethlehem Loop Road off Hillsboro Road.
Bethlehem’s new minister, Dr. Craig Goff, will be fasten a church as comparison priest in Jul only in time for a good, out-of-date amicable with bluegrass and RB/jazz music, all-you-can-eat catfish, giveaway children’s diversion area – all assisting support church missions.
“I am vehement about attending and I’m beholden for a support of all a friends and neighbors of BUMC,” Goff said. “It is a blessing to be partial of such a smashing tradition that brings together a whole village for brotherhood and fun while eventually assistance those in need. Each year, deduction from a eventuality assistance support a church’s goal abroad and locally including Kathy’s Backpacks that provides new backpacks and reserve for area propagandize children wanting assistance.”
In further to a Bethlehem Bluegrass Band, a renouned Kandi Peppers and her rope will be personification on a categorical theatre and Pied Piper Creamery earnings again with their ice cream.
Pond-raised trout will be served during a fish grill along with hushpuppies, sliced tomatoes, white beans and cole slaw done from a tip church recipe. The wordless auction includes pleasing artwork, sports tickets, home décor, themed present baskets and more.
The bake sale offers a accumulation of equipment from cupcakes and bread to brownies and cookies. Jan Speer, co-chair of a Bake Sale, pronounced one of final year’s cookie competition finalists is a featured recipe of a year prepared by BUMC baker Nancy McNulty: an Oatmeal, Cherry, White Chocolate Pecan Cookies. (Recipe is below.) Speer pronounced a church is famous for some of a best bakers in Franklin and will have a outrageous accumulation of tasty treats.
Tickets for adults are $10 in allege during a church and $13 a day of a event. Children 10 and underneath are always $6 and children underneath 3 are free. Hot dogs are accessible for children and a detached carryout portion area is provided.
For some-more information, hit a church during (615) 794-6721 or visit www.bethlehemumc.com.
2018 Bethlehem UMC Fish Fry Featured Bake Sale Recipe
White Chocolate Oatmeal Cherry Cookies
By Nancy McNulty, Franklin, TN
1 crater of flour
½ teaspoon baking soda
¼ teaspoon salt
½ (1 stick) and 2 tablespoons of butter
½ crater of sugar
½ crater of packaged dim brownish-red sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 crater aged fashioned oats
1 ½ cups white chocolate chips
1 crater dusty spicy cherries
½ crater of toasted, chopped pecans
Sift a flour, baking soda and salt together. Beat a unsalted butter, sugarine and brownish-red sugarine in a blending play until creamy. Add a egg and vanilla and kick until creamy. Add in a flour and oats and brew until smooth. Add chips, cherries and pecans into a mixer or brew by hand.
Drop rounds of brew 2 inches detached onto a cookie piece lined – optionally lined with baking parchment. Bake during 350 degrees for 15 to 18 mins or until light brown.