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Re: Peking City Bistro Feast sign up

Postby John Hagan » Thu Oct 14, 2010 8:54 am

Melissa Richards-Person wrote:John -

I missed your PM somehow, so sorry! If someone else cancels, Tom and I would love to take that spot!



Ok..lets see what we can work out. Wasn't it Tom that coined the "chitlings of the sea" reference about the fish maw, or am I confused?
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Re: Peking City Bistro Feast sign up

Postby David R. Pierce » Thu Oct 14, 2010 8:58 am

John Hagan wrote:
Melissa Richards-Person wrote:John -

I missed your PM somehow, so sorry! If someone else cancels, Tom and I would love to take that spot!



Ok..lets see what we can work out. Wasn't it Tom that coined the "chitlings of the sea" reference about the fish maw, or am I confused?

Sounds like Tom.
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Re: Peking City Bistro Feast sign up

Postby Philip Dunnagan » Thu Oct 14, 2010 11:10 pm

Unless something untoward happens, I intend to attend.

Thank you for making this possible.

I'm looking forward to it!
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Re: Peking City Bistro Feast sign up

Postby John Hagan » Fri Oct 15, 2010 8:00 am

Your are on the list.
Looking forward to meeting you, and again welcome to the forum.
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Re: Peking City Bistro Feast sign up

Postby Angel Y » Fri Oct 15, 2010 11:02 am

Hello All:

Just found out this topic as i don't usually come here often. We have reserved 3 round tables for the night of 25th, each table can seat 10 people, more than 10 people for one table is a little bit too tight, so 30 people for 3 round tables are the best fit. Looking forward to see you all & hope you'll enjoy our authtntic chinese cuisine. (p.s. John: a deposit is not necessary since you all are from the louisvillehotbytes & we truse you all will come. All dishes for that night is not on our menus, so we need to prepare ahead. If you have any suggetions & changes, please let me know.)

thank you,

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Re: Peking City Bistro Feast sign up

Postby John Hagan » Mon Oct 18, 2010 10:51 am

Angel Y wrote: All dishes for that night is not on our menus, so we need to prepare ahead. If you have any suggetions & changes, please let me know.)l


We have added two people to original reservation to bring us to 27. At first we thought we could only do 25 people, but if its not a problem we would appreciate adding the two more. The only menu suggestion I would add, would be some of the soup dumplings you guys make. I also remember somebody saying they were hoping for chicken feet.
Thanks, we are looking forward to it.
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Re: Peking City Bistro Feast sign up

Postby John Hagan » Thu Oct 21, 2010 8:29 am

Changed it up once again(had two drop out)official number stands at 25.
Sorry for going back and forth on the numbers.
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Re: Peking City Bistro Feast sign up

Postby Bill Veneman » Thu Oct 21, 2010 9:36 am

John, Alan and I aren't going to be able to make it Monday. Sorry. Know we will miss on hell of a good time. :cry:
If life's a Banquet, what's with all the Tofu?

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Re: Peking City Bistro Feast sign up

Postby John Hagan » Thu Oct 21, 2010 9:53 am

Bill Veneman wrote:John, Alan and I aren't going to be able to make it Monday. Sorry. Know we will miss on hell of a good time. :cry:


Bummer...down to 23 people now.
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Re: Peking City Bistro Feast sign up

Postby Bill Veneman » Thu Oct 21, 2010 11:54 am

John Hagan wrote:
Bill Veneman wrote:John, Alan and I aren't going to be able to make it Monday. Sorry. Know we will miss on hell of a good time. :cry:


Bummer...down to 23 people now.


OK, don't count me out yet.....think that I've worked a solution to our timing issue.....we will be there at this point....so you're back up to 25.......I promise not to be on the fence.......

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Re: Peking City Bistro Feast sign up

Postby John Hagan » Thu Oct 21, 2010 1:31 pm

OK cool... I was starting to think I might have to dig into my Catholic Grandmothers guilt jar and and give you dose.
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Re: Peking City Bistro Feast sign up

Postby Gayle DeM » Mon Oct 25, 2010 10:13 pm

Thank you, John, for putting this offline together. Wonderful evening with good people and good food. Thank you, so much. -gayle
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Re: Peking City Bistro Feast sign up

Postby John Hagan » Mon Oct 25, 2010 10:52 pm

Had a great time all. It always nice to put a face with a name. Tea smoked duck was my fav overall. I think Anne scored the best with her giant lobster claw,one giant bit of succulent meat. Not sure what those little fish were near the end,with the bamboo,but they reminded me of smelt(in a good way). Im also not big on tofu,but that portion on the cold plate was great. Very full and very happy. Thanks everybody.
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Re: Peking City Bistro Feast sign up

Postby Barbara A » Tue Oct 26, 2010 7:50 am

John, thank you so much for organizing last nights off line. Oh my what a wonderful meal.
Thank you Angel for going all out. I have to admit I did not want to let the bean curd appetizer go nor the pea shoots and mushrooms. Everything was...great. Oh and the soup....mmm. :D
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Re: Peking City Bistro Feast sign up

Postby Robin Garr » Tue Oct 26, 2010 8:27 am

Thanks for organizing, John! It was great! I'll get a few pictures resized for the forum and post them with some comments later today, and maybe we can start a thread on the main forum with reports.
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