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Fwd: New Years Eve Dinner

From: Mark
Sent on: Thursday, December 16, 2010 9:39 PM

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Subject: New Years Eve Dinner
Date: Sun, 12 Dec[masked]:27:06 -0500
From: Mark Rifkin <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]

Apparently, going to Frederick for NY Eve dinner didn't appeal to many 
Unless there's a big outcry of support for The Orchard in Frederick 
(very friendly to herbivores), I'm going to suggest a new idea:  Dukem, 
an Ethiopian place in Baltimore on Maryland Ave at Chase.   Website here and parking is nearby.

If you've never had Ethiopian, the food has some Indian influences, and 
is dominated by variously spicy dishes (some mild, some not) of split 
peas, lentils, carrots, greens, potatoes, cabbage, served family style 
on injera, a crepe made of teff flour.   Each person also has their own 
injera, which are torn and used to scoop (by hand) from the main 
plate.   (It's useful to know exactly with whom you are dining. :-) )    
All veg dishes are vegan (even though butter is mentioned on the website).

We could meet there at 6 or 7pm.

Please RSVP by Dec 20 with the number of seats to be reserved, and 
whether you need  a ride/can drive.


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