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Potluck! [more inside]
Potluck III: Luck of the Pot
From Wikipedia: To the Irish, a potluck was a meal with no particular menu. Everyone participating brought a dish for all to share. The term comes from a time when groups of Irish women would gather together and cook dinner. They only had one pot so they cooked the meal together with whatever ingredients they happened to have that day. [more inside]
We're spending the day at the Chocolate Fest! [more inside]
We're throwing a series of potlucks in Jan/Feb. Come to whichever potluck or potlucks work for your schedule! [more inside]
PDX Chocoluck Dinner Party
The ketchup meetup reminded me that I wanted to throw a chocolate party! How about Halloween? OK! A Chocolate Potluck it is! [more inside]
It's BBQ Time again! Also, at a recent meetup someone mentioned that another cocktail event would be fun - so let's combine the two! [more inside]
Potluck in the Great Outdoors
Update: Confirmed, for Saturday, September 20th, between 1 and 2 p.m. Olympia Shelter, in North Park. Many thanks to librarianamy! Per this thread, there's been some promising talk of holding a potluck in a county park while the weather's still amenable. Please offer any suggestions! [more inside]
Sayonara to Lutoslawski
Lutoslawski will be leaving us for more academic environs in early July, so I propose a send-off meetup Saturday June 14 with plenty of food and libations. [more inside]
Distilled Crazy After All These Years - Whisky/Whiskey Tasting Redux
Three years after our last (very successful) whisky-centric meetup/potluck, we're doing another one at my house! Bring a bottle of something you either like, or haven't tried but are curious about; we take little tastes of each, we compare and contrast, we all go home a little happier, wiser, and tipsier. Obviously, good liquor can be pricy, so if you can't afford an expensive (or even mid-priced) bottle that doesn't mean you aren't welcome! Booze is appreciated, and bringing a bit of food is encouraged, but come one come all. See below for food-pairing suggestions, also please be sure to update the spreadsheet with what food and drink you plan to bring. [more inside]
The First of May, the First of May, Outdoor Cooking Begins Today!
We can't let National Barbecue Month pass by uncelebrated, can we? [more inside]
It's BARBECUE, Baby!
As threatened I'm hosting a Do at my house to eat BBQ, drink beer, and whatnot. [more inside]
PDX harvest fest/potluck
I know several of us grow vegetable gardens. Is there any interest in an autumnal harvest-themed food meetup? Not sure what the best month would be; wouldn't necessarily have to be at the very end of autumn. Take some foodstuffs you've grown and either bring it raw or as (part of) a dish of some kind.