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Garden Visit - FREE - RSVP NOW CLOSED

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Garden Visit - FREE - RSVP NOW CLOSED

Time: July 6, 2013 from 11am to 2pm
Location: Craig's garden
Street: ADDRESS SENT OUT TO GV GROUP 30.06.13
City/Town: Eatons Hill
Phone: 0414445581 Lissa
Event Type: rsvp, required, with, exact, numbers, asap, please
Organized By: Lissa
Latest Activity: Jul 6, 2013

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CLOSED TO MORE RSVP's AS WE HAVE REACHED THE MAGIC 20 MARK FOR CATERING PURPOSES.

BRING A HAT FOR SUN, OR A BROLLIE.

ADDRESS HAS BEEN SENT OUT FOR THIS EVENT. CONTACT ME IF YOU HAVE MISSED OUT FOR ANY REASON.

Garden visit this month with be with Craig Hogan at Eatons Hill.

For this event Craig is firing up the wood fired pizza oven and we need RSVP's for numbers.

PLEASE ADVISE EXACTLY HOW MANY PEOPLE ARE COMING WITH YOU.

From Craig: I plan on firing up the pizza oven so let's make this a lunch event from 11am till 2pm. I'll make the pizza bases and it would be great if everyone can bring an ingredient from their own garden or something hand made.

Tomato passata or caramelized onions are great to spread on the base and of course the great thing about pizza is you can put whatever your preference on the top. Fresh herbs and whatever winter vegetables you have in season would be perfect. And don't forget cheese! I was thinking about making some salami and cured ham this winter but no promises there!

Keep in mind the average cook time of the pizza in only a few minutes so root vegetables for example will need to be roasted or par boiled first.

I will need to know numbers before this event.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Visit and join Garden Visit group to receive the email with the address closer to the date.

Please bring chairs if you desire comfort, drinks, hats etc.

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Comment by Joseph on July 6, 2013 at 21:01

Jo and I had a wonderful time today at the garden meet. A big thank you to Craig and Cassie for your hospitality and such delicious pizzas. They were more than Supreme! It was great meeting some new faces.

Comment by Craig Hogan on July 6, 2013 at 18:51
No problem glad you enjoyed it!
Comment by Lissa on July 6, 2013 at 18:01

Incredible that the crows would eat and feed oranges to their young.

It was a lovely, lovely garden visit :) Elaine has done a great report in the GV group.

Comment by Susanne on July 6, 2013 at 15:53
Thanks Craig for a lovely luncheon,it is a brilliant pizza oven and your mozzarella is delicious, thank-you to all for the superb variety of yummy toppings.
While we had our garden visit the crows came to my place.... Seven oranges scattered under the tree, one crow flew off as I drove in another remained finishing their leisurely lunch. Now they are up in the Jacaranda feeding their young. Last year I was still picking oranges in Oct. At this rate they won't last July out. And even then it is going to be a race to see which one of us gets the next ripe orange first.
Comment by Wendy on July 6, 2013 at 15:12

Thank you Criag for hosting a lovely garden lunch event. Was great to meet some new faces and people I have met elsewhere. Thank you to those who brought seeds and plants to share...love it!

Comment by Wendy on July 5, 2013 at 21:57

Ah just read you have cheese, will bring some roasted caps and see what else I can rustle up....garden is a little sparse still!!

Comment by Wendy on July 5, 2013 at 21:54

Thanks, just me and maybe my toddler....will see what I can contribute to the pizza making - cheese? (not home made though sorry). Maybe roasted capsicum?

Comment by Craig Hogan on July 5, 2013 at 16:33
You can come Wendy just let me know how many.
Comment by Wendy on July 5, 2013 at 13:15

Without having to go through 6 pages and counting, did the number's cap include or exclude "maybe" rsvps? I understand if it excluded, just thought I would check.

Comment by Lissa on July 4, 2013 at 4:59

Bring a hat or brollie for shade or rain protection folks.

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