they can't buy alcohol or get a job. Even if they grew legs and arms they couldn't get a drivers license. Though they could help forge world peace, I mean who doesn't like pickles? It's good to start negotiations on common grounds. "You're countries mean but I love pickles too, you guys might not be so bad". You know so it evens out.Pulled pork sandwich with a handful of baby dill pickles.
Dill pickles.....is there anything they can't do? I'm channeling Homer Simpson.
And it's just so darn good. In fact the first time I tried Kimchi fried rice I remember clearly thinking this is so good but I can't tell why at all.
You're a snazzy cook, sir. love your food.
That show has the same effect on me! Looks awesome! Enjoy
Please share about the gravy. A large American would like to know more.
Yum!The gravy is just an "Irish Pub Gravy" I came up with years ago. It's a twist on a brown onion gravy.
Made with 1/2 Beef Stock, 1/2 Irish Stout (I prefer Murphy's), sweet yellow onions, carrots, mushrooms, garlic, salt & pepper.
I spent part of the weekend reviewing Shepherd's/Cottage pie recipes for our 3/17 dinner and found out King Arthur makes a special flour for Irish baking - a couple bags arriving today for the "pantry".
Added to meat and peas, that gravy sounds like what would be tasty "guts" of a good Shepherd's Pie.
Brings back some memories. Not the bqq. On my 16th b-day, friends and I went to Whitestone bridge for drinks. Had few bottles of cheap whiskeys and other stuff. There was 50 gal drum by the river. Of course, we thought it would be fun to set it on fire. Rest of the night, we were chased by NY's finest by a helicopter. What a way to spend 16th b-day.