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The food and wine expo!

Discussion in 'Roll Calls' started by Skipper, Oct 16, 2005.

  1. Skipper

    Skipper TRIBE Member

    November 18-20

    Has anyone ever gone to any of the sessions offered?
    and by sessions, I don't mean the get drunk off of 5 kinds of port and then speaker dance to top 40 a la Vote Quimby's lovely bride Michelle type of session.
  2. s1k

    s1k TRIBE Member

    went last two years...fuckin awsome... really busy on fri and sat, but sunday it gets quite, i prefer it busy. can't wait, it is relativly expensive, but go for the chileans, they are the only ones there actually there promoting their wine rather than trying to make money from expo.
  3. SpaceBabe

    SpaceBabe TRIBE Member

    Been once.

    The Lindor chocolate fountain was pretty neat.

    The sampling of food is tasty.

    And the wine was a flowin'!

    I'll be trying to make it again this year.
  4. Aerius Zension

    Aerius Zension TRIBE Member

    Went last year, got to try and like Oyster Bay very much. New Zealand I think.

    Will be missing this years though. :(
  5. Yourmamas

    Yourmamas TRIBE Member

    I cooked at it a couple of years ago. I spent a lot of time wasted. The Creemore truck was there, and offering the goodness for free.

    I would go for the cheese, and the demo's.
  6. Big Cheese

    Big Cheese TRIBE Member

    nope but i signed up for the two industry ones this year being held on the sunday afternoon

    in all honesty, if you're gonna do those paid sessions, go early and get a seat up front so you can interact with the speakers. i didn't pay for any last year but just went up to the rope on the side and drank other wine while i listened to them talk. really hard to hear with all the racket going down all around you and can be distracting. i did the free cheese one and that was fun though with a good selection of artisan stuff from quebec. imo if you've got the money nd want to learn, why not. but i'd rather spend the money on tickets and drink my face off + talk to all the industry reps.
    Last edited: Oct 19, 2005
  7. Subsonic Chronic

    Subsonic Chronic TRIBE Member

    Watch out!


    The food & wine show is their hunting ground.
  8. Littlest Hobo

    Littlest Hobo TRIBE Member


    Can't wait to go! We should bring Sandy; he's definate cougar prey.

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