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Corned Beef and Green
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cannibal From: cannibal Date: March 18th, 2006 08:12 pm (UTC) (Link)
Coolness. Our corned beef was not as good as either your mom's or Jimmy's, but I didn't start thinking about it until too late to get Asya to come down to Dearborn. On the upside, it incredibly close to Asya's place, not crowded, not smoky, and very nice cabbage, potatoes, and turnips, and a lovely bread pudding with mediocre irish whiskey. I need to remember that the cheap Jameson is better than the cheap Bushmills. Very few places serve decent Irish, though (the expensive blends like Black Bush, Irish single malt really stinks).

I'm talking to Jimmy about starting up a bar, again. Maybe I can require it to be non-smoking, if I'm putting money into it.

I didn't remember to wear green either. But then I didn't wear orange, and I'm not honestly sure if my Childers relatives were protestant or catholic... I guess a websearch could tell me... Protestant, so I guess I shoulda worn orange.
renniekins From: renniekins Date: March 20th, 2006 03:41 pm (UTC) (Link)
Well of course, it would be quite challenging to find anything as nice as my mom's! The meal I had was very tasty though, and satisfied my cravings. I didn't have any bread pudding though.... lucky! I'm glad you found a decent place at least. Eating corned beef is essential!

That could be nifty, a non-smoking blues bar. I wonder if anybody would come? I suppose if the food and music is good enough, they'll come.

I'd stick with green if I were you; orange is a strange color.
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