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by David R. Pierce » Fri Aug 01, 2008 8:47 pm

Andrea E wrote:Can Mike and I come too? We will just be spectatin', although I am happy to bring some dessert for post-bacon celebration.

Please do. Dessert is always welcome.
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Re: BLT, and other Hot Sandwich Challange...

by Robin Garr » Fri Aug 01, 2008 9:04 pm

David R. Pierce wrote:
Andrea E wrote:Can Mike and I come too? We will just be spectatin', although I am happy to bring some dessert for post-bacon celebration.

Please do. Dessert is always welcome.

If you remember Andrea's amazing cookies, her desserts are MORE than welcome! :D
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Re: BLT, and other Hot Sandwich Challange...

by David R. Pierce » Fri Aug 01, 2008 9:37 pm

Robin Garr wrote:
David R. Pierce wrote:
Andrea E wrote:Can Mike and I come too? We will just be spectatin', although I am happy to bring some dessert for post-bacon celebration.

Please do. Dessert is always welcome.

If you remember Andrea's amazing cookies, her desserts are MORE than welcome! :D

I traded beer for cookies, they were that good.
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Re: BLT, and other Hot Sandwich Challange...

by Doogy R » Fri Aug 01, 2008 10:18 pm

Are plastic utensils still needed?
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Re: BLT, and other Hot Sandwich Challange...

by David R. Pierce » Sat Aug 02, 2008 6:23 am

Doogy R wrote:I can bring those wares.

Doogy R wrote:Are plastic utensils still needed?


Yes they still are needed.
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by Gayle DeM » Sat Aug 02, 2008 7:33 am

Please allow me to bring the plastic utensils. Also, I am not planning on going to the baseball game.
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Re: BLT, and other Hot Sandwich Challange...

by Dan Thomas » Sun Aug 03, 2008 3:55 am

Just to throw this out there...

A BLT is a Good thing... But it's much better with say, some tater salad, or some cucumber mater and onion salad or even some pie or cookies...

Heck, let's have a few slices of watermelon(It's the new Viagra).....

I feel I'm gonna have to bring a few "uncured" sides with me just so we can have a great snack before the game!

By the way I 'm bringing my cheering section......
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Re: BLT, and other Hot Sandwich Challange...

by Rebecca Clark » Sun Aug 03, 2008 7:58 am

I will bring some type of salad: either potato salad or whatever ingredients hit me when I am at Paul's ....
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by David R. Pierce » Sun Aug 03, 2008 11:01 am

Rebecca Clark wrote:I will bring some type of salad: either potato salad or whatever ingredients hit me when I am at Paul's ....

Yep. me too.
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Re: BLT, and other Hot Sandwich Challange...

by David R. Pierce » Sun Aug 03, 2008 11:03 am

Everyone should remember to bring any serving utensils needed to serve your dish. We don't have a kitchen, so no serving goods.
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by Marsha L. » Sun Aug 03, 2008 11:19 am

Everyone should remember to bring champagne and expensive gifts for the winner, which will be me.

Also: I am bringing myself as my gift to all of you.
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Re: BLT, and other Hot Sandwich Challange...

by David R. Pierce » Sun Aug 03, 2008 12:17 pm

Marsha L. wrote:Everyone should remember to bring champagne and expensive gifts for the winner, which will be me.

Also: I am bringing myself as my gift to all of you.

Sweet Yo. What is your favorite champagne?


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Re: BLT, and other Hot Sandwich Challange...

by Marsha L. » Sun Aug 03, 2008 12:51 pm

David R. Pierce wrote: What is your favorite champagne?


What is that brown one...they make it primarily in Kentucky, down around Bardstown. Lemme think.

Oh yeah, it's called "Bourbon".



Seriously, though, your fine, hand-crafted beer will be libation enough.

I'll take bragging rights as my prize. Oh, and money. A game-show-contestant booth full of cold hard cash with a fan installed in the bottom should be fine. I've always wanted one of those.
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by Melissa Richards-Person » Sun Aug 03, 2008 4:57 pm

WOW! I second Clancy's comment - I REALLY need to read the Offline section more! Know that its short notice, but can Tom and I still come? We have our own Bats season tickets, like Robin, but we'd love to join (and sample :-)

I'm happy to bring some dessert, but after the culinary nirvana that was Marsha's Lemon Sunshine cake at Cafe Lou Lou earlier this week - I'm a bit intimidated! I might try and whip out an old family recipe - Graham Cracker Cake. I think it was one of the reasons Tom married me.....
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Re: BLT, and other Hot Sandwich Challange...

by Marsha L. » Sun Aug 03, 2008 5:22 pm

Melissa Richards wrote:WOW! I second Clancy's comment - I REALLY need to read the Offline section more! Know that its short notice, but can Tom and I still come? We have our own Bats season tickets, like Robin, but we'd love to join (and sample :-)

I'm happy to bring some dessert, but after the culinary nirvana that was Marsha's Lemon Sunshine cake at Cafe Lou Lou earlier this week - I'm a bit intimidated! I might try and whip out an old family recipe - Graham Cracker Cake. I think it was one of the reasons Tom married me.....



Melissa, that sounds good. I endorse your attendance and your dessert option. As a result, chanting my name afterwards is optional. (Only for you, though - everyone else is still required to chant.) :twisted:
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