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WANTED: from lunch to brunch: spring plant trade

Posted by girlgroupgirl 8 Atlanta (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 19, 07 at 22:01

Hello Everyone coming to the Atlanta area spring plant trade.

Since I have to work the day of the plant trade, Kathy suggested maybe we set up a brunch instead of a lunch for the trade. People are free to come to the trade early, I will be all set up for 9:00, (trade doesn't offically start until 11) and we can get a meal area ready inside. I will have the cats set up in rooms so people can feel free to come and go as they please and the beasts will not be able to escape.

How does that sound?

GGG


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RE: WANTED: from lunch to brunch: spring plant trade

Sounds good to me, although 9:00 is early!!! Should we start the trade at 10 instead of 11 to make sure everyone is gone by 1?

I'll bring a fruit salad of some kind.


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RE: WANTED: from lunch to brunch: spring plant trade

I think 10 is hard for Squirley Pete, she comes a LONG way. But people can come and do the hanging out earlier than later for the trade, we can just flip flop. So come and eat and hang out. I'm sure it won't take us 2 whole hours to swop, it's usually the hanging out and getting boxes set up that takes so long.

GGG


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RE: WANTED: from lunch to brunch: spring plant trade

I'm going to bring some Juicy Juice punch that would work for breakfast or lunch type foods.
Pam


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RE: WANTED: from lunch to brunch: spring plant trade

I will have plenty of caffinated coffee and it's fixings, plates, cups, cutlery, and napkins (serviettes for all you Canadians!!). I can make some sort of an egg dish like a meat free strata.

Glynis


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RE: WANTED: from lunch to brunch: spring plant trade

Hey Glynis. Thanks for thinking of me but actually 10:00 wouldn't be a problem for us if ya'll want to move it up. My mom and I will probably be coming from her place which is in Newnan so it's not like I'll be driving from Alabama the morning of the trade. Heck, it could start at 7:00 a.m. and we wouldn't miss this lol!

Whatever works best for your schedule will be just fine =)
Squirrellypete


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RE: WANTED: from lunch to brunch: spring plant trade

OK, lets start at 10 and see how we do!

GGG


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RE: WANTED: from lunch to brunch: spring plant trade

I'll bring something for the brunch -- not sure what yet.

Lucy


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RE: WANTED: from lunch to brunch: spring plant trade

I am going to being my crock pot with a fruity oatmeal made with steel cut oats and dried fruits.


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RE: WANTED: from lunch to brunch: spring plant trade

I was thinking about making a Portabella Mushroom and Andouille Sausage Quiche this year since it will be a bit early in the morning for Oysters.


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RE: WANTED: from lunch to brunch: spring plant trade

Hi,
I'll bring a fruit bowl.

See you all there!


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RE: WANTED: from lunch to brunch: spring plant trade

Still working on what to bring - - Earlier works fine for me.
Thx,
Brenda


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RE: WANTED: from lunch to brunch: spring plant trade

I'll bring a breakfast casserole with beef sausage.

Squirrellypete


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RE: WANTED: from lunch to brunch: spring plant trade

Hello all!! I'm a little late here, but I'm coming and will be there early before 10 hopefully :) I will have to think over what to bring for food! Lots has been taken already!! looking forward to meeting you! :)

Susan


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RE: WANTED: from lunch to brunch: spring plant trade

My mom said she'll bring something like sweet rolls or honey buns.

Squirrellypete


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RE: WANTED: from lunch to brunch: spring plant trade

I will make what I have made before, the potato dish with eggs , cheese and chipotle chili sauce.

GGG


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RE: WANTED: from lunch to brunch: spring plant trade

I'm not sure I'll make it to the store tonight, my fruit salad might just be cantaloupe. But I see that someone else is also signed on to bring fruit salad, so maybe it will be ok.


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