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Lambert Yim | Mar 28, 200209:37 AM     4

We have reviewed Jumbo for it good and cheap food. I have been going to Jumbo for years and never had a large enough group to have one of there dinners for 10. So the limster, Meliane and I are arranging the next eating event for Bay Area Chowhounds.
The price of will be the following:
1. A $20.00 donation to Chowhound, unless you have a automatic renewal to the newsletter. Then it is only a $5.00 ticket.
2. $25.00 for the meal and wine.

Sliced Pork & Beef with Jelly Fish
Shredded Roast Duck Yee Fu Won Ton Soup
XO Sauce Seafood Combination
Salt and Pepper Quails
Fried Cprisy Chicken
Ginger and Onion Two Crabs
Peking Pork Chop
Live Catfish
Black Mushroom over Mustard Green
Slicec Chickne Fried Rice
Black Mushroom Yee Noodel
Dessert

Meliane will be handling the wine serve. I will give a listing at a later date.

We have set a limit of 20 people so sign up early it may sell out. The donation is to in the form of a check and I will need cash to pay Jumbo. I not sure they take credit cards.

Send me your email address when you sign up and I will reply on what the total cost will be.

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