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The Melted Cheese Company will be hosting a series of fondue pop-ups and other melted cheese delights from late June all through the winter.
Will is your profile a picture of baked cheese in honour of the Cheese night?
Is there any secure bike parking?
Is there a kitten crèche?
Yes, a ramekin with (I think) a cheese soufflé in honour of cheese night.
Do the kittens like cheese? My parents' cat likes butter, and licks it whenever they leave it out. Could be a hazard... But otherwise bring them along and we can look after them.
NathC hasn't signed up for the new forum yet. Once he does I'm sure he'll answer the bike parking question, unless Will knows?
I don't know. Hopefully the Cheesemonger will be along in due course.
Looking at the website for the venue it doesn't look like there is oodles of extra space.
I'm not locking up my bike on brick lane, it'll be gone in a flash!
Will trade cat sitting for miriam sitting.
Probably safest to get a Boris bike
Khan Klunker now please.
Fashion Street eh.
Better wear my freshest thredz
Bike parking: There are a few Sheffield stands around, and the odd lamp post. Ride that purple shopper, no one will nick that.
Kittenzz: Not suitable dipping fodder due to the fur. Wax them then bring them along.
Ok, I've just spoken to the Head of Cheese.
These are the timings:
7:30pm - Doors open to punters
8pm - Aim to start getting people seated downstairs
8:10pm - First cheese expected to hit the plates
11pm - Need to be out of the venue (having cleaned up)
If you're in the 'hood beforehand you might want to assemble at a nearby pub e.g.:
If you choose somewhere then post up where so others know.
Andy - Nathan and I will be at the venue from around 6pm. If you do want to lend a hand then that would be welcome. I don't get the impression there will be that much to do so it's not necessary. Just setting stuff up I think.
More generally, if it gets a little busy, then people stepping in to lend a hand (dishing up, refilling booze) might be helpful, and some assistance with cleaning up afterwards would definitely be appreciated.
There is one gimlet, one shot of digestif, a little over 2 beers each, and about 2 glasses of wine each. So, roughly 6 drinks per person.
If you want to bring more along, you are welcome to.
Sadly Tanya has been laid low by a virus that she's been fighting off all week, so she's not going to make it.
I'll drink all her booze.
That's a shame. Perhaps exhaustion following the excitement of your engagement? :)
Don't forget the sourdough (hopefully)!
Don't worry, I won't be forgetting that!
Tell the truth. She's totally staying home to play with the kittens.
First one out
Great colour. Lovely looking crust. Do you have one of those banettons?
Where shall we meet ?
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10 June 2016
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