It’s Not Too Late to Flood My Inbox – Dine and Dish no. 3

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It’s here! Monday, July 11 – the day for each of us to post up our experiences at a restaurant that is in its first year for Dine and Dish no. 3! Don’t worry if you’re running slightly behind, I am, too ;)

But please please please make sure to email me to let me know that you have posted something on your blog. I haven’t been able to travel around the food blogosphere as much of late because of work, so if it’s up, I may miss it! Email me to let me know! Email me with the link! Email me!

Here are all the dirty details from the original post, if you’d like to play:


For June and July, let’s welcome a restaurant, joint, dive, hole-in-the-wall, any eating establishment that’s in its first year. A rookie. A newbie. We’re going to haze the freshmen. *semi-evil cackle*

I’ve already got a little twinkle in my eye for a new place in LA that I’d like to try. Fashion and food come and go here as fast as movie-star relationships, so it’s not hard. But if a fairly new place isn’t easy to find, then even a place that’s a first time visit for you would work, too.

There are no hard and fast rules here – just fun and food, but just in case there is someone who likes to have guidelines:

1. Interpret the theme as you wish – THE FRESHMAN
2. Go eat any time betwixt now and Monday, July 11, 2005 (that gives us the weekend!)
3. Write about it on your blog on the 11th.
4. Email the link to me
5. I will put a nice, neat little summary of all the experiences, linking out to everyone else’s posts on Tuesday, July 12th (or a teeny bit later if I get lazy).

Now, let’s give a warm welcome to The Freshman!

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  • Rachael

    I wish I could join in, but alas, I am (get THIS) in the Ozarks, and nothing here is new so far as I can tell. Have fun!


  • sarah

    aw, hi rachael! *sad* that you have to miss this one, but hopefully the next one!

    and on a side note: the ozarks!!! i know it sounds so…uh, boring? but i used to love the hills and mountains there when we would drive through on family road trips. couldn’t necessairly live there, but still lovely. :)

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