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Re: Louisville Hotbytes Forum BBQ & Book Drive July 19th @ 1PM

by Gayle DeM » Thu Jul 10, 2008 10:09 pm

I'll come and bring an Asian-style chicken salad (Does that count as a main? if not give me some hints.) I'll also search out some books.
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Re: Louisville Hotbytes Forum BBQ & Book Drive July 19th @ 1PM

by Suzi Bernert » Thu Jul 10, 2008 10:31 pm

Give me just a bit more time so i can find out what Hubby's store will have on special. I love me my FM meat and veggies.........
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Re: Louisville Hotbytes Forum BBQ & Book Drive July 19th @ 1PM

by Beth K. » Fri Jul 11, 2008 10:08 am

We will be in Nashville that weekend and I am really, really sad that I can't make it to this. I hope that we can plan another potluck get-together in the future that I can attend.

I hope everyone has a great time. Jessica, congrats on your new classroom. I wish you the best of luck!
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Re: Louisville Hotbytes Forum BBQ & Book Drive July 19th @ 1PM

by Marsha L. » Fri Jul 11, 2008 8:46 pm

We need a head count - a rough estimate, anyway.

I'm so lazy, though... :)
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Re: Louisville Hotbytes Forum BBQ & Book Drive July 19th @ 1PM

by Ed Vermillion » Fri Jul 11, 2008 8:58 pm

Marsha L. wrote:We need a head count - a rough estimate, anyway.

I'm so lazy, though... :)



Rough, oh so rough, guesstimate would be 25. So plan on 15 and pack for 30.
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Re: Louisville Hotbytes Forum BBQ & Book Drive July 19th @ 1PM

by Tom Holstein » Fri Jul 11, 2008 10:34 pm

Ed Vermillion wrote:
Marsha L. wrote:We need a head count - a rough estimate, anyway.

I'm so lazy, though... :)



Rough, oh so rough, guesstimate would be 25. So plan on 15 and pack for 30.


Our Plans have been altered...........we'll have to miss this one.

Jessica we'll get books your way. Please PM me how to send them to you.

Hate to miss a GREAT Foodie gathering :(

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Re: Louisville Hotbytes Forum BBQ & Book Drive July 19th @ 1PM

by Andrea E » Sat Jul 12, 2008 10:49 pm

Well we won't be selling at the Farmers Market next Saturday so no leftovers :D However, I will definitely get something wonderful together to bring. I'm thinking either fresh-baked bread or Mike will bring BBQ (pork butt or ribs). Or both. Any preferences? Generally I bring cookies wherever I go as well. My two little ones (ages 4 and 11 mos.) will be in tow so I hope someone else is bringing kids!

Looking forward to it!
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Re: Louisville Hotbytes Forum BBQ & Book Drive July 19th @ 1PM

by Suzi Bernert » Sun Jul 13, 2008 9:22 pm

I have settled on one of Richard's veggie trays - he promises to make it special. I am leaning toward seafood also, just not what yet. Do we need plates, plastic wear, cups and ice? I was planning on bringing some iced tea, maybe a flavored tea. Richard has to work and son will be at Boy Scouts, so it will be just litlle ole me.
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Re: Louisville Hotbytes Forum BBQ & Book Drive July 19th @ 1PM

by David R. Pierce » Mon Jul 14, 2008 7:29 am

Suzi Bernert wrote:I have settled on one of Richard's veggie trays - he promises to make it special. I am leaning toward seafood also, just not what yet. Do we need plates, plastic wear, cups and ice? I was planning on bringing some iced tea, maybe a flavored tea. Richard has to work and son will be at Boy Scouts, so it will be just litlle ole me.


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Re: Louisville Hotbytes Forum BBQ & Book Drive July 19th @ 1PM

by Ed Vermillion » Mon Jul 14, 2008 8:46 pm

All: In a colossal act of stupidity I didn't realize that picnic facilities needed to be rented from Metro Parks for use. I found this out this morning when I stopped by the park to scope out the facilities and saw a sign declaring such. I called Metro Parks and found out that you need a minimum of 2 weeks notice to rent and Thurman-Hutchins Park is already rented July 19th from 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM..........

So, I have 2 alternatives that I can offer:

If we move the party to Sunday the 20th at 1:00 PM I can host it at our pavilion in Cardinal Harbour with a large building with tables, chairs, couchs, plates, all weather and air conditioned. It also has grills and a kitchen for those that wanted to cook on site. There is a swimming pool that all are welcome to use and we wouldn't have to worry about being rained out or

I can host it at my house on Saturday at the original time. If anyone has a better alternative please throw it out and again I apologize for my stupidity!
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Re: Louisville Hotbytes Forum BBQ & Book Drive July 19th @ 1PM

by Suzi Bernert » Mon Jul 14, 2008 9:18 pm

Either works for me - what is easier for you? I guess the parks are part of the effort to make more $$$ for Jerry. I have used many park facilities for group stuff and never paid a dime for it - thought that is what part of my taxes supported. :?
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Re: Louisville Hotbytes Forum BBQ & Book Drive July 19th @ 1PM

by Robin Garr » Mon Jul 14, 2008 9:26 pm

Ed Vermillion wrote:So, I have 2 alternatives that I can offer:

Ed, I thought parks were free, too! Go figure.

As Suzi said, honestly, whatever is more comfortable for you will be great. And maybe somebody will come up with an even smarter idea. Do Southern Indiana parks cost?
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Re: Louisville Hotbytes Forum BBQ & Book Drive July 19th @ 1PM

by Jessica Devine » Mon Jul 14, 2008 9:35 pm

Either works for me because I'm off both days. I really appreciate all the consideration everyone is giving this event.
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Re: Louisville Hotbytes Forum BBQ & Book Drive July 19th @ 1PM

by Rebecca Clark » Mon Jul 14, 2008 10:03 pm

Well ... Sunday would be perfect for me because the Miss Kentucky Pageant is over and I would be able to come to the picnic. That being said, whatever is most convenient for everyone is fine with me. I'll be sending books regardless, but would actually be able to bring food if it were Sunday.
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Re: Louisville Hotbytes Forum BBQ & Book Drive July 19th @ 1PM

by GaryF » Mon Jul 14, 2008 11:44 pm

Sunday would be out for me- I must work at 2PM. If it turns out to be that day my spirit will be with you all- and I will make sure to get the books to Jessica no matter what.
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