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Bicycle Bootleg Jazz Breakfast at the Co-op

By johnboy - 16 November 2012 4

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This in from facebook:

Please ride your bike down to the Co-op from 9am on the morning of Sunday the 25th of November and enjoy an organic breakfast! You will help us raise much needed funds for a *pedal powered cinema* and be serenaded by live Jazz musicians while you eat.

Your breakfast will be cooked to order by a professional chef and includes an organic coffee & orange juice.

The menu will include vegetarian and vegan options. These can be prepared gluten free upon request.

$25 Entry

Bookings are Essential.

foodcoopjazzbreakfast@gmail.com

How to find us:
http://foodco-opshop.com.au/how-to-find-us/

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4 Responses to
Bicycle Bootleg Jazz Breakfast at the Co-op
TheDancingDjinn 5:54 pm 17 Nov 12

maxblues said :

poetix said :

DrKoresh said :

I like people food too much to possibly go, but thank you for the invite.

I’m sure they’ll do you a nice leg o’ man if you ask nicely.

Don’t forget anus burgers and arse fingers.

I believe the Arse Finger is my recipe – though i will be happy to share for the cause 😛

maxblues 1:07 pm 17 Nov 12

poetix said :

DrKoresh said :

I like people food too much to possibly go, but thank you for the invite.

I’m sure they’ll do you a nice leg o’ man if you ask nicely.

Don’t forget anus burgers and arse fingers.

poetix 12:48 pm 17 Nov 12

DrKoresh said :

I like people food too much to possibly go, but thank you for the invite.

I’m sure they’ll do you a nice leg o’ man if you ask nicely.

DrKoresh 11:10 am 17 Nov 12

I like people food too much to possibly go, but thank you for the invite.

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