Making an executive decision, here — since people didn’t like the idea of Solea, and the Spousal Unit thinks Donahue’s is the easiest for us to get to…
Where: Donahue’s, 87 Bigelow Avenue
When: Saturday, Sept. 13, 5pm – ???
Confirmed attendees, at the moment: Me, the Spousal Unit, commentor EFGoldman & Mrs. EFGoldman, visiting fireperson SiubhanDuinne from Atlanta.
Lurkers and guests, as always, welcome!
Leave a comment here if you think you can make it, or email me — click on my name in the right-hand column, or annelaurie (at) verizon (dot) net.
CBS just mentioned the brawl that the Palin’s started. Okay, they just said the Palin’s were at a party where a fight broke out.
A tentative yes if I can get someone to watch the kid. Do you know which side of the bar you’ll be stationed at?
No Palin style brawlin’ among you Juicers.
Wish I could make it but it just can’t be swung.
Y’all are in for a great evening with the Goldmans and Siubhan on deck. Enjoy!
A possible yes, depending on a possible prior commitment.
On a totally related note, I’ve already volunteered at an MS fundraiser this year (actually about seven years running). If I don’t tomorrow, does that make me a bad person?
Who’s Nailin Palin?
Well shoot that’s close enough to my house that I could bike or even walk. But we may be going out of town tomorrow since we’re doing renovations and try to stay away whenever possible.
The Thin Black Duke
@raven: Now that’s a Palin I can get behind!
I had hoped to go, but I picked up a seasonal job which started early this year. Too much work to take the drive. Next time!
SiubhanDuinne just left Vermont, we had an excellent time. She is so much fun! My animals loved her too. The younger dog, (crazy)Gracie was seriously slutting it up there. And one of the cats who is so shy that guests never see him was hugging up to the back of her head on the couch, purring loudly. Such good vibes!
I’ll try — probably can make it at least for the early part of the festivities. May stock up at Sevan Bakery first. (Highly recommended for those of you who don’t know about the Watertown Levant. Best stuffed grape leaves west of Istanbul, seven or eight different kinds of feta, muhamara to die for, olives, the lot.)
Had never heard of muhummara (Syrian Red Pepper and Walnut Dip). Now may not be able to live without it. All the goodies, and good for you.
Here’s a recipe from a cool recipe blog, Coffee and Quinoa.
I can’t say I’m more than 50/50 to go. Lower back issues, and driving doesn’t help.
The timing is terrible for me, since I’m moving a week from tomorrow and have to bring a truck full of stuff to my daughter’s house in Medford. The last one was great though (albeit a bit warm without A/C) and I highly recommend making an effort to go.
Will come for the early part, have to bail at 6:30. Highly agree on Sevan–I love those stuffed grape leaves also.
I should be there, and approximately on time.
If I don’t go to this one I probably will never go to any given that I can walk there easily from my house.
So call me a yes.