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"tailgate food" themed spring picnic in the park
Join fellow foodies for an afternoon picnic in peninsular Charleston's largest park, Hampton Park. We will picnic beneath the grand live oak, seen in the video below, at the 15 second mark. In Spring many flowers are in bloom. Consider coming early and strolling around the lake and inner loop. Watch for the artichokes, sugar cane, and herbs growing in the beds. We are a foodie group, so prepare a homemade dish to share with the group. Bring an entree, side-dish, appetizer or dessert that inspires you. By posting what you plan to bring, we are likely to have a more varied assortment of foods. If you RSVP yes, and discover you will be unable to attend, change your RSVP, to a no at least 72 hours before the event. It helps with planning, so sufficient supplies can be purchased, and is just good manners.

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We offer foodies the chance to share great food, and a love of cooking with others, while making new friends and having great fun!

Whether sharing appetizers and drinks as a gifted professional musician performs, sampling ethnic delights, or celebrating Memorial Day in the park where it all began, we bring together great food and fun people.

Since 2009, we have been meeting at private homes, parks and community centers sharing food and laughter.

Join us, if the following fits you.

First, this is a foodie group. The food we share is HOME-MADE, never store, bakery or restaurant bought.

Second, those who RSVP to attend, and can't, will modify the RSVP to no, at least 72 hours in advance of the function time. This allows the host to plan, and provides time for anyone wait-listed to attend the event. Yes, things come up and life interferes. Do your best.

Third, because our members invite us into their homes, each member upload a recognizable facial image, and legal name (given name and family name) when joining, so that we may get to know each other better as well as for safety.

Our volunteer host, sets the rules, and may choose to host at a public park, or other public venue, rather than their home. Because of this, neither a small kitchen, living space, or a desire for personal privacy, is a reason that one can't be a volunteer host.

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