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Thursday, March 13, 2008

St. Patrick's Day at Chalk


If you're still hungry after all that green beer, Chalk is planning a special menu for St. Patrick's Day. Looks like the perfect food to pair with a green beer!


9 Comments:

at 1:46 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

OK, this looks really good...except I'm not sure what "shepperd's pie" is. :)

 
at 1:46 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oops, I mean "sheppard's pie."

 
at 2:24 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ok...if a carbomb cake is made with the "irish carbomb" drink ingredients...I am very intrigued and would like to know more.

In hopes that someone will give me an answer on the carbomb...I'll answer the previous question with help from Wik:

The term "shepherd's pie" tends to be used when the meat is lamb.

Traditionally, the meat is prepared by dicing or mincing, and simmering with chopped onions, seasoning, and dripping (from the roast) or stock. Other ingredients can include garlic, chopped carrots, peas or other vegetables, herbs (such as rosemary and oregano), tomato purée, and wine. A quick version can be made using canned oxtail soup.

The meat is then laid in a pie dish and covered with mashed potato, to which milk, butter or dripping may be added. For a decorative effect, the mashed potato can be piped onto the meat layer. The pie is then baked in the oven, making the top surface golden and crisp. Grated cheese can be sprinkled on top prior to baking.

 
at 2:29 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I had a general idea of what shepherd's pie was--I was just poking fun at the spelling. :)

 
at 2:52 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

at least there were no unnecessary quotation marks

 
at 6:33 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

You mean "unnecessary" quotation marks don't you?

 
at 8:24 AM Blogger valereee said...

CARBOMB cake? Oh, that's tasteful.

 
at 4:22 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

there is a drink, called an irish car bomb. it is comprised of
a. half glass of guinness
b. shots of bailey's and jameson

you then drop the shot into the glass of guinness and chug it before the cream starts to curdle. tastes like a milkshake.

i imagine every irish and non-irish bar will be running a special on them.

 
at 10:04 PM Anonymous Pete said...

This schizophrenic J_R food mill suffers from a real identity crisis. They have no discernible theme, inspiration or direction. This time out it's an Irish pub serving pub-grub, which is notoriously un-foodie.

Yech.

 
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