Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Baltimore Pizza Club's First Meeting of the 08/09 Fiscal Year

Date: Saturday November 1st, 2008
Location: Iggie's Pizza (818 N Calvert Street, Baltimore, MD 21202)
Members in attendance: Aran Keating, Sara Seidman, Emily Slaughter
Featured Guest Speaker: Mike Apachella
Pizza Eaten: "Anatra" - Roasted Duck, Blue Cheese, Asparagus, Red Onions and Mozzerella. And "The Alice" - Pesto, Mozzarella, Fresh Tomato, Garlic, Spinach, Goat Cheese and Parmesan.
Other items injested: Water, San Pellegrino, Peroni, Honest Tea and Pignola cookies.

Minutes:

The meeting was called to order at approximately 7:30pm by Aran Keating. Aran then put forth the motion to nominate himself as President, Sara as Vice President and Emily as Secretary. The motion was unanimously passed. Mike was given the floor for his presentation, he expressed the need to prepare and the members took that opportunity to eat the Pizza.

The following comments were made, "This Pizza is hell of good", "Emily, it's too bad you don't eat meat because this duck Pizza is hell of good", "We should start the Baltimore Pizza Club". While Mike continued to prepare for his talk, the following observations were made: The couple next to us (who were dressed as "Joe the Plumber" and a "Generic Witch") were probably on their second date; the couple next to them ordered two large "Autunno" Pizzas (one with meat, one without) and while the members debated asking them for their "extra" Pizza they preceded to eat both of them, apparently they were really hungry; the guy who most likely co-owns Iggie's really likes to yell people's names when their Pizza is ready.

The meeting was adjourned at approximately 8:45pm. Mr. Apachella will presumably have his aforementioned speech prepared for the next meeting of The Baltimore Pizza Club.

3 comments:

Weesie said...

This post is hell of good.

Richie Millions said...

Addendum to the official minutes:
Mike Apichella gave a brief commentary about a Pizza that he ate somewhere in the midwest. It was a Mexican Pizza yet bore little similarity to the dish served at Taco Bell. I believe he said that it had salsa and chips on top but I could be wrong. Also, he said that the mexican pizza was "hell of good." Also, there was a discussion of the "Holy Trinity" of pizza and the philosophy related to this belief system followed by a brief debate on whether or not Iggy's Anatra pizza actually had "sauce." Look for an in-depth discussion of this issue in a future post.
AK
BPC President

Emily "Slaughter" said...

Good catch Mr. President.