Dale Williams wrote:I am going to be at a benefit concert Sunday afternoon, and Betsy has a rehearsal. So we were thrilled to be invited to friends for corned beef and cabbage that night. We both actually like it, though like Jon not something we have often.
I'm a wine person, so will bring a couple of wines. I think sparkling or crisp white (Riesling with just a hint of sugar) is best match, but hosts prefer red so I think I'll bring a wild goose (Irish) Bordeaux.
Lou Kessler wrote:We have invites to dinner both Saturday & Sundy nights, hopefully just Sunday the menu will be corn beef and cabbage. I'll eat it if served by someone else but both my wife and I wouldn't ever serve it at home. We'll be polite and praise whatever is served to us by someone in their home. Manners are paramount when these situations arise.
What are the two thinnest books in the world? World war ll Italian war heroes & Irish gourmet cooking. There now I've said it!
Lou Kessler wrote:What are the two thinnest books in the world? World war ll Italian war heroes & Irish gourmet cooking. There now I've said it!
How do you make your hash? I'd love to perfect my own....which I have never made yet!
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