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Welcome to Kentucky II

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Re: Welcome to Kentucky II

Postby C. Devlin » Thu Feb 26, 2009 9:50 pm

Gayle, do you need to know what we're bringing? Is there a list of stuff we should think about choosing from so we get the full complement of protein, sugar and booze?
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Re: Welcome to Kentucky II

Postby Linda B » Fri Feb 27, 2009 9:32 am

Gayle,

Mark & I would love to come! I'll get back with you on what we will be bringing!

Linda :D
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Update on Welcome to Kentucky II

Postby Gayle DeM » Sun Mar 08, 2009 5:50 pm

So here is where we stand with the “Welcome to Kentucky II” gathering. Would you please start letting me/us know what you are planning to bring. Like Colleen so nicely put it, the idea to get the full complement of protein, sugar and booze!

1. Gayle DeM - Montalcino Chicken Bites with Figs
2. 3. Phil and Donna Gissen – Just their sweet selves!!
4. Annemarie m
5. 6. Carol C and Bob
7. Rebecca Clark
8. 9. Steve P and Becky
10. Carla Griffin – wine or cheeses
11. 12. Tom Holstein and Gina
14. Bill Veneman (Will be picking up pizza pan from September gathering :P )
15. GaryF
16. 17. John and Annie Hagan - single malt scotch
18. 19. Suzi Bernert and RichcardM
20. Jackie R.
21. Colleen Devlin
22. Nancy Inman – cheese torte
23. Stephen Denison
24. Andrea E – New York Cheesecake plus Black & Whites
25. 26. Linda and Mark Bayens
27. 28. Melissa Richards-Person and Tom (arriving late) - wine

(There are 4 others that may be able to attend, and will let me know this week. ) I’m hoping all will be able to come.
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Re: Welcome to Kentucky II

Postby C. Devlin » Mon Mar 09, 2009 12:45 pm

I'll be bringing breads and some variety of dessert (cake, tart or pizzelle).... Maybe a cheese tortellini/pasta salad?.... We seem a little short on the protein end of things so far.
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Re: Welcome to Kentucky II

Postby Jackie R. » Mon Mar 09, 2009 12:53 pm

I'll bring a big vegetarian salad.
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Re: Welcome to Kentucky II

Postby Gayle DeM » Mon Mar 09, 2009 6:04 pm

So here is where we currently stand with the “Welcome to Kentucky II” gathering.

1. Gayle DeM - Montalcino Chicken with Figs
2. 3. Phil and Donna Gissen – Just their sweet selves!!
4. Annemarie m
5. 6. Carol C and Bob
7. Rebecca Clark – Most probably spinach-black bean lasagne, if not, hummus with pita or Andes Mint Chocolate Cookies
8. 9. Steve P and Becky
10. Carla Griffin – wine or cheeses
11. 12. Tom Holstein and Gina
14. Bill Veneman
15. GaryF - wild rice salad
16. 17. John and Annie Hagan - single malt scotch
18. 19. Suzi Bernert and RichcardM
20. Jackie R. – vegetarian salad
21. Colleen Devlin - breads and some variety of dessert (cake, tart or pizzelle) . . . maybe a cheese tortellini/pasta salad
22. Nancy Inman – cheese torte
23. Stephen Denison
24. Andrea E – New York Cheesecake plus Black & Whites
25. 26. Linda and Mark Bayens
27. 28. Melissa Richards-Person and Tom (tentatative) - wine
(There are 4 others that may be able to attend, and will let me know this week.) I’m hoping all will be able to come.
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Re: Welcome to Kentucky II

Postby Doogy R » Thu Mar 12, 2009 6:55 pm

Gayle, I hope you know I'd love to be there. I will be in Indy so it will not happen. Even if I were not in Indy you know that some sort of climatological event would occur to keep us apart. So, it's better that I will be in another city. Good eats to all.
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Re: Welcome to Kentucky II

Postby Suzi Bernert » Thu Mar 12, 2009 7:33 pm

Looks like we will be bringing rollitini. I have a class tomorrow and Saturday, so we will get it from Fresh Market. I am not going to tempt the weather gods agasin by waiting until the day of to prepare. I do have a new iced tea, a green/blueberry flavor.
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Re: Welcome to Kentucky II

Postby Gayle DeM » Thu Mar 12, 2009 8:03 pm

Cool beans, Suzi. See you and Rchard Sunday. :D
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Re: Welcome to Kentucky II

Postby Andrea E » Fri Mar 13, 2009 4:10 pm

Gayle - FYI, Mike and I will be there together. Thanks, we're looking forward to another get together with our foodie friends at your place!
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Re: Welcome to Kentucky II

Postby Gayle DeM » Fri Mar 13, 2009 4:16 pm

Oh great, I am so glad that Mike will be able to come with you. See you Sunday1 :D
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Re: Welcome to Kentucky II

Postby Stephen D » Fri Mar 13, 2009 5:48 pm

I'm gonna bring what I thnk will be the final answer to the spinach/potato curry dish I discovered at Bombay Grill. Pot Stickers! Now just a dipping sauce...
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Re: Welcome to Kentucky II

Postby Gayle DeM » Fri Mar 13, 2009 5:59 pm

Cool. I can't wait to try them! :D
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Re: Welcome to Kentucky II

Postby Bill Veneman » Sat Mar 14, 2009 7:45 am

Gayle, et al......

I am not going to be able to make it on Sunday. Mom fell yesterday, and crushed her Tibia, and also did a number on her Ulna. Surgery is in the offing, and not sure when. I'm getting ready now to go to Baptist East and check on things.

Gayle, we will, one of these daze, get the pan taken care of.

Cheers!
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Re: Welcome to Kentucky II

Postby Gayle DeM » Sat Mar 14, 2009 9:36 am

Oh Bill, you will be sorely missed. Your pan is safe in its new home however. Your mom is in my thought and prayers.

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