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PDX - Last night's Portland Food Group chowdown at Karam

Jill-O | Mar 3, 200401:41 PM    

Wow. That was some fantastic feast o' Lebanese food! And it was great to see some new faces - though I like the old ones just fine! Thanks to aristo and Nick we were about 14 happy folks last night. (I'm sure Karam thanks us too, as there were only about 6 other folks in there all night!)

Folks, if you didn't make it last night for our Portland Food Group outing (and Nick posts about it here and on eGullet's NW board every month, so no excuses about not knowing!) to Karam - you missed a great night of eating. You'll get a chance to join us next month, though, when we do Thai on 4/20 - just beware the green curry, man! 8o)

We will surely be talking about our Karam outing on the Portland Food Group site, so come on over to see how it went and what the favorites were, etc.

Link: http://www.portlandfood.org/modules.p...

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