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    I'm trying to find a way for Sat afternoon! Are any still available?

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    Yes. Please PM me your email address -- I should be able to email you a ticket that you can print. Hoping to get to GPB Friday or Saturday evening; you interested if we can make it happen?
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    Very interested, love GPB!. PM'd

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    I really hope I can swing by. Let me know if you guys are going to come to the restaurant and I'll put in the reservation.
    All normal people love meat. If I went to a barbeque and there was no meat, I would say 'Yo Goober! Where's the meat?'.- Homer Simpson

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    Sorry, I won't be able to make it because I'll be away for the weekend. Looking forward to seeing some nice pics!

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    They just completed redoing the floor plan, and our booth numbers have been changed to 432/434. Right outside the Celebrity Pavilion. Still have some tickets if anyone is thinking about visiting.
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    Fabulous dinner with the BoardSmith clan at ChucktheButcher's place tonight. Got to meet Charlie's brother as well as Bill13 and his wife.

    Some great apps, including fried pimento cheese balls, ribs w/ buffalo wing sauce, marrow on toast and snails/ mushrooms (I only ate the mushrooms ) and cornbread with maple butter
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    Lots of great entrees at the table. I had a braised pork shank that was fantastic.
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    Boardsmith had a pork chop.

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    Desserts including a peanut butter ice cream cake, molten chocolate cake and a pumpkin pie. Great food, plenty of very good wines and great conversation.

    Thanks, Charlie!
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    Making my mouth water!
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    Thanks. Man expo got a little heavy handed. Hope you enjoyed your chives garnished with pork shank.
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    Chuck,

    Thanks for a great food, my steak was one of the best I've ever had. The pumpkin pie was devoured by my kids as soon as I got home! Kristin and I had a great time meeting everyone.

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