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Dr_KY
08-03-2009, 01:58 PM
We have applied to do Green Man this year and if we can get it things should even out for a while. Please wish us luck.

http://www.thegreenmanfestival.co.uk/

smokinit
08-03-2009, 03:03 PM
Go get em Dr. good luck!!

Dr_KY
08-03-2009, 03:09 PM
Thank you sir.

I know we are a bit young in the game to be taking on these big events but I like to hit the big ones hard and watch em wobble. :cool:

Next year we are going for the big daddy...Glastonbury!!
http://www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk/information/facilities/food-and-shopping

The plan is to go in swinging Turkey legs!!


Eat to your heart’s content

There’s an array of food to tantalise all kinds of taste buds; from the Far East to the Wild Wild West to good old proper English Country grub. The choice is yours with around two hundred and fifty food stalls onsite.

This year lots of you will be concerned about crunching credit and disappearing pounds. Glastonbury is famous for having some of the best festival food available anywhere – some very reasonable, others slightly pricier. There are all types and prices of food available from a cheap bowl of porridge and cup of tea and toast to a top quality silver service meal. This year Glastonbury is asking food traders to identify a product which is their ‘best buy’ on their menu boards. This may not necessarily be the cheapest item on their menu, although it may well be, but it could be a quality plated meal, or a particularly large portion size, which are great value for money. Information about best buys will be held at Festival Information Points on site.

For those of you with carnivorous chops, why not get your hands on a hog roast from the Whole Hog in D market - or try out Arnolds Alfresco in the Glade who grill G.M and gluten free burgers for both meat eaters and veggies. Jamon Jamon by the meeting point cooks up a Latino feast with Paella and ‘fryella’ for that hearty start to the day!

Stock up on your vitamin intake with a freshly made juice or smoothie from one of our vendors onsite; the Smoothie Shack just along from the Festival’s famous Cider Bus, Passion 4 Juice’s spiky dome tent(!) in the Dance Village, Groovy Smoothies up in the Park or Smooth Criminals in the Jazz World are just a few of the options available.

Or transport yourself back to the 60's at the Art Cafe in the Theatre Field featuring Momma Cherri's delicious American Soul Food with wine, real coffee and milkshakes all served at the bar.

For a quick bite to eat before embarking on an all grooving, foot stomping mission in the Dance Village, how about a toasted sandwich from the Lazy Gecko, just near to the entrance to the Dance Village. There are plenty of options for those of you with a sweet tooth – from healthy to damn right self indulgent; there’s fresh fruit with Meloncauli, Lynda’s Loaf or Danela’s for pastries, Honeybuns for afternoon tea with scrumptious (gluten/wheat free) cakes, good old fashioned fudge with Rose Cottage, Central American delights with churros or Belgian waffles in John Peel – eat ‘til your teeth fall out!

Other top eats & where to find them;

* Yam the Cassava (wonderful food from Barbados) – near the Jazz World field
* Lamb Joint (spit roast - eggy bread b’fast) – junction of F market and Main Drag
* Eat Thai (plated full Thai meal) – between the Pyramid and Meeting Point.
* Harbour Seafood (says it all) – Circus field
* Fire In The Hole (Wood fired pizza) – between the Pyramid & Other Stage
* Sushi Yurt - in the Park – as is Tea and Toast – cheap and filling.
* Moorish (Middle Eastern) – Jazz World
* Philippine Village (Philippine & Singaporean) – main drag, opposite Theatre & Circus walkway
* Kasbah (North African) – up from the Orange Chill’n’Charge
* Bedouin Café (all round feasts) – Tipi Field
* Wraps & Baps (what it says on the tin) – next to Pyramid field

big brother smoke
08-03-2009, 10:14 PM
Knock em bloody dead Doc, Good luck!

Norcoredneck
08-04-2009, 07:25 AM
Best of luck Doc. Keep us updated.

leanza
08-04-2009, 11:55 AM
Here's some Brethren Mojo for you. Remember, you know how it all works. Be confident. Try to have a lot of fun. Best wishes to you.

chambersuac
08-04-2009, 03:37 PM
Please let us know how it turns out for ya!