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Thursday, 29 October 2009



That looks and sounds amazing!


Good God does that ever sound good! I signed up for their newsletter immediately after reading this post.

Boots in the Oven

Thanks, Foodtease dudes! Perhaps next time, you guys can make the drive up to Austin?

Michelle, I'm so glad to hear that! These guys are a lot of fun to support, and the food they make is amazing.



Thanks for helping me relive a great meal. That was truly a lovely night. Glad I got to share it with you.

Boots in the Oven

It was certainly wonderful, and it's always great to see you! Notice I left out the bacchanalia afterwards that concluded with a dance party at Cheer Up Charlie's at 3 AM. Ahem.


What a fun community event! I only felt a little pang of sadness when I saw the caged pig. Mostly I just felt jealous that I didn't attend the dinner ;-)

Boots in the Oven

Cathy, I had a bit of sadness too, but then I totally justified it away by thinking that the one pig fed so many happy people and was treated much better than a factory pig! But yes, there was definitely that twinge when I first saw him.

Next time you come to Austin, you should plan around a dai due dinner! They're a bit fancier, but fun in the same way.


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