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Eggtober fest

BeastBeast Posts: 78
edited 7:44PM in EggHead Forum
I have a question i wanted to know how to go about attending the Eggtober fest next month this would be my first and i just wanted to be prepared is it where you can just show up or is it a formal invite kind of event can someone please shed some light on this issue for me please thanks in advance for any and all comments

Comments

  • Beast,
    There is a banner and link to register.
    Right above.
    Mike

  • JeevesJeeves Posts: 461
    You do have to register.[p]The 'meet and greet' was capped at 500..[p]http://64.106.207.87/eggtober.html

    [ul][li]http://64.106.207.87/eggtober.html[/ul]
  • Beast,[p]You have to register. I have added the link to register. It is $35.00 unless you are cooking and sharing your food with the Guest.
    [ul][li]Registration link to Eggtoberfest'07[/ul]
  • BeastBeast Posts: 78
    Jeeves,
    I tried to register but when i clicked on the link nothing happened it just took me to the site i was only able to view the video but not register

  • BeastBeast Posts: 78
    BBQsmoker,
    it states: Registration for the Meet and Greet will be $15.00 per person or $25.00 per couple and registration is required. The registration fee is waived for those cooking on Saturday, but they must be registered to attend.[p]Registration for EGGtoberfest will be $35.00 per person or $50.00 per couple and there is no charge for children under 18. The registration fee will be waived for those attendees who are cooking (for everyone’s enjoyment) their own specialties—which they provide at their own expense.
    can someone explain the difference between the two are you able to sample any of the cooks at the meet & greet or only at the Eggtoberfest?

  • JeevesJeeves Posts: 461
    Beast,[p]
    You didn't click the two 'click here' buttons to get there..[p]http://www.eggheadforum.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=110&Itemid=158

    [ul][li]Click here[/ul]
  • Wise OneWise One Posts: 2,645
    Beast, the Friday night event is just a big party. It is catered and none of the EGGers are cooking. There is plenty of food and if this year improves over last year like last year did over the previous year, we'll have champagne and caviar for openers and it will get even better after that, Saturday is the MAIN EVENT. Hundreds of EGGers will be preparing all types of food and you can wander around just sampling a bit of this and a bit of that and chatting with the cook. And somewhere around 1:00 you'll feel full and you'll wonder "How can this be? I've only had small bites of stuff." And then you will realize for the first time that hundreds of small bites equate to a lot of food. You will leave full of food, full of information and full of energy to go back and try something different on your own egg.

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