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So, for the three people who may have missed the memo, Koko and I are
in San Diego, ostensibly to attend a chocolate making class. We had
the first class last night (please visit Koko's blog tomorrow for a
photographic memorial of our classes). We are now ensconced at the
Westgate Hotel in downtown SD with a view-ish (between the buildings)
of the bay and mere steps away from Horton Plaza and the Gaslamp
District. We are going for an early dinner at Dobson's
http://www.dobsonsrestaurant.com/ and then zipping back out to El
Cajon for second class, then hope we have enough steam to have a
couple of drinks in the Gaslamp District. Fun Girl's Day Out!

Terry "Squeaks" Pulliam Burd

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as the turkey,and if the turkey had had a breast like the maid,

it would have been a swell dinner." Duncan Hines


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Terry Pulliam Burd wrote in
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So, for the three people who may have missed the memo, Koko and I are
in San Diego, ostensibly to attend a chocolate making class. We had
the first class last night (please visit Koko's blog tomorrow for a
photographic memorial of our classes). We are now ensconced at the
Westgate Hotel in downtown SD with a view-ish (between the buildings)
of the bay and mere steps away from Horton Plaza and the Gaslamp
District. We are going for an early dinner at Dobson's
http://www.dobsonsrestaurant.com/ and then zipping back out to El
Cajon for second class, then hope we have enough steam to have a
couple of drinks in the Gaslamp District. Fun Girl's Day Out!

Terry "Squeaks" Pulliam Burd



Are you going to Dobsons because it's a "high-powered, hobnob spot"??? ;-)


I like the music on the page.....


http://www.dobsonsrestaurant.com/home



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Terry Pulliam Burd wrote:
So, for the three people who may have missed the memo, Koko and I are
in San Diego, ostensibly to attend a chocolate making class. We had
the first class last night (please visit Koko's blog tomorrow for a
photographic memorial of our classes). We are now ensconced at the
Westgate Hotel in downtown SD with a view-ish (between the buildings)
of the bay and mere steps away from Horton Plaza and the Gaslamp
District. We are going for an early dinner at Dobson's
http://www.dobsonsrestaurant.com/ and then zipping back out to El
Cajon for second class, then hope we have enough steam to have a
couple of drinks in the Gaslamp District. Fun Girl's Day Out!

Terry "Squeaks" Pulliam Burd


I hope no one dramatically chases you!
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On Fri, 17 Dec 2010 14:50:24 -0800, Terry Pulliam Burd
wrote:

So, for the three people who may have missed the memo, Koko and I are
in San Diego, ostensibly to attend a chocolate making class. We had
the first class last night (please visit Koko's blog tomorrow for a
photographic memorial of our classes). We are now ensconced at the
Westgate Hotel in downtown SD with a view-ish (between the buildings)
of the bay and mere steps away from Horton Plaza and the Gaslamp
District. We are going for an early dinner at Dobson's
http://www.dobsonsrestaurant.com/ and then zipping back out to El
Cajon for second class, then hope we have enough steam to have a
couple of drinks in the Gaslamp District. Fun Girl's Day Out!

Terry "Squeaks" Pulliam Burd



I am soooo jealous!

Have a wonderful time.

Oh - are you learning to make chocolates or learning to make
chocolate....I can handle the former a bit, but the latter would be a
very interesting and new skill set to have.

Boron
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On Fri, 17 Dec 2010 23:00:50 GMT, Aussie
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opined:

Are you going to Dobsons because it's a "high-powered, hobnob spot"??? ;-)


Nope - we went because the bartender has a weak wrist. The oysters on
the half shell were also amazing and Koko tried to embarrass me by
slurping the bowl of mussel bisque. And the salmon appetizer
disappeared in about 5 seconds flat

I like the music on the page.....

http://www.dobsonsrestaurant.com/home


I liked in *spite* of the music. I generally find music on a given
website annoying.

Terry "Squeaks" Pulliam Burd

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as the turkey,and if the turkey had had a breast like the maid,

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Boron wrote:

Oh - are you learning to make chocolates or learning to make
chocolate....I can handle the former a bit, but the latter would be a
very interesting and new skill set to have.


Don't you need conching equipment for the latter? I think that would be a
pretty serious investment.

Bob, remembering a Scharffen-Berger documentary



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On Fri, 17 Dec 2010 21:14:57 -0800, "Bob Terwilliger"
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Boron wrote:

Oh - are you learning to make chocolates or learning to make
chocolate....I can handle the former a bit, but the latter would be a
very interesting and new skill set to have.


Don't you need conching equipment for the latter? I think that would be a
pretty serious investment.

Bob, remembering a Scharffen-Berger documentary


I know nothing at all about making chocolate, but instructions about
easily making it at home are all over the net, including a video by
John Scharffenberger.

http://www.allchocolate.com/cooking/making_chocolate/

My husband went to school with Sharffenberger....they were obviously
not so well aquatinted that it has done me a damn bit of good
chocolate-wise, however.

Boron
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"Terry Pulliam Burd" wrote in message
...
So, for the three people who may have missed the memo, Koko and I are
in San Diego, ostensibly to attend a chocolate making class. We had
the first class last night (please visit Koko's blog tomorrow for a
photographic memorial of our classes). We are now ensconced at the
Westgate Hotel in downtown SD with a view-ish (between the buildings)
of the bay and mere steps away from Horton Plaza and the Gaslamp
District. We are going for an early dinner at Dobson's
http://www.dobsonsrestaurant.com/ and then zipping back out to El
Cajon for second class, then hope we have enough steam to have a
couple of drinks in the Gaslamp District. Fun Girl's Day Out!


sigh It's ok for some........

Jealous O although I am expecting Boron and Barb to turn up at my door at
some point
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On Sat, 18 Dec 2010 14:04:04 -0000, "Ophelia"
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"Terry Pulliam Burd" wrote in message
.. .
So, for the three people who may have missed the memo, Koko and I are
in San Diego, ostensibly to attend a chocolate making class. We had
the first class last night (please visit Koko's blog tomorrow for a
photographic memorial of our classes). We are now ensconced at the
Westgate Hotel in downtown SD with a view-ish (between the buildings)
of the bay and mere steps away from Horton Plaza and the Gaslamp
District. We are going for an early dinner at Dobson's
http://www.dobsonsrestaurant.com/ and then zipping back out to El
Cajon for second class, then hope we have enough steam to have a
couple of drinks in the Gaslamp District. Fun Girl's Day Out!


sigh It's ok for some........

Jealous O although I am expecting Boron and Barb to turn up at my door at
some point
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This is a most intriguing idea.

Boron
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Terry Pulliam Burd wrote:
So, for the three people who may have missed the memo, Koko and I are
in San Diego, ostensibly to attend a chocolate making class. We had
the first class last night (please visit Koko's blog tomorrow for a
photographic memorial of our classes). We are now ensconced at the
Westgate Hotel in downtown SD with a view-ish (between the buildings)
of the bay and mere steps away from Horton Plaza and the Gaslamp
District. We are going for an early dinner at Dobson's
http://www.dobsonsrestaurant.com/ and then zipping back out to El
Cajon for second class, then hope we have enough steam to have a
couple of drinks in the Gaslamp District. Fun Girl's Day Out!

Terry "Squeaks" Pulliam Burd

That sounds like a very nice kind of danger. The only thing
missing is a trip to a cookbook store.

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On Sat, 18 Dec 2010 14:04:04 -0000, "Ophelia"
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"Terry Pulliam Burd" wrote in message
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So, for the three people who may have missed the memo, Koko and I are
in San Diego, ostensibly to attend a chocolate making class. We had
the first class last night (please visit Koko's blog tomorrow for a
photographic memorial of our classes). We are now ensconced at the
Westgate Hotel in downtown SD with a view-ish (between the buildings)
of the bay and mere steps away from Horton Plaza and the Gaslamp
District. We are going for an early dinner at Dobson's
http://www.dobsonsrestaurant.com/ and then zipping back out to El
Cajon for second class, then hope we have enough steam to have a
couple of drinks in the Gaslamp District. Fun Girl's Day Out!


sigh It's ok for some........

Jealous O although I am expecting Boron and Barb to turn up at my door at
some point
--


This is a most intriguing idea.


Please do keep it in mind.... Bonny Scotland awaits....)

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"Boron Elgar" wrote in message
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On Sat, 18 Dec 2010 14:04:04 -0000, "Ophelia"
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"Terry Pulliam Burd" wrote in message
...
So, for the three people who may have missed the memo, Koko and I are
in San Diego, ostensibly to attend a chocolate making class. We had
the first class last night (please visit Koko's blog tomorrow for a
photographic memorial of our classes). We are now ensconced at the
Westgate Hotel in downtown SD with a view-ish (between the buildings)
of the bay and mere steps away from Horton Plaza and the Gaslamp
District. We are going for an early dinner at Dobson's
http://www.dobsonsrestaurant.com/ and then zipping back out to El
Cajon for second class, then hope we have enough steam to have a
couple of drinks in the Gaslamp District. Fun Girl's Day Out!

sigh It's ok for some........

Jealous O although I am expecting Boron and Barb to turn up at my door at
some point
--


This is a most intriguing idea.


Please do keep it in mind.... Bonny Scotland awaits....)

--

I hear you are trying to give Barb a run for the-worst-winter-ever
over there. A poster from another group I frequent and who lives near
Edinburgh says it is the worst they've had in decades. How is it by
you?

Boron
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"Boron Elgar" wrote in message
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On Sat, 18 Dec 2010 14:49:27 -0000, "Ophelia"
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"Boron Elgar" wrote in message
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On Sat, 18 Dec 2010 14:04:04 -0000, "Ophelia"
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"Terry Pulliam Burd" wrote in message
m...
So, for the three people who may have missed the memo, Koko and I are
in San Diego, ostensibly to attend a chocolate making class. We had
the first class last night (please visit Koko's blog tomorrow for a
photographic memorial of our classes). We are now ensconced at the
Westgate Hotel in downtown SD with a view-ish (between the buildings)
of the bay and mere steps away from Horton Plaza and the Gaslamp
District. We are going for an early dinner at Dobson's
http://www.dobsonsrestaurant.com/ and then zipping back out to El
Cajon for second class, then hope we have enough steam to have a
couple of drinks in the Gaslamp District. Fun Girl's Day Out!

sigh It's ok for some........

Jealous O although I am expecting Boron and Barb to turn up at my door
at
some point
--

This is a most intriguing idea.


Please do keep it in mind.... Bonny Scotland awaits....)

--

I hear you are trying to give Barb a run for the-worst-winter-ever
over there. A poster from another group I frequent and who lives near
Edinburgh says it is the worst they've had in decades. How is it by
you?


Yep, the same. I am not far from Edinburgh.

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