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    Re: I have a job interview at an Irish Pub

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "pattyosviKING" wrote:
    Thanks guys.
    I have a couple of my own recipes.
    Mulligan Stew (lamb) and Reuben Chowder (pretty darn good).
    I was trying to come up with some sort of Irish spring roll or something (kinda like a reuben spring roll)
    Share please.
    I like to cook.

    Wildwoman hates to do the dishes after I cook.

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    Even when you serve her up some tube steak???
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    Re: I have a job interview at an Irish Pub

    "tgorsegner" wrote:
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    Not much help either even though I am 1/3 Irish.

    Good luck with the interview though. ;D

    maybe im slow... but how out of two parents, four grandparents, eight great grandparents, etc. do you get a third???? half, quarter, eigth, but i dont see third....
    No, I should have put the whole story in again as it was in a older thread.... Kindof a family joke.

    My grandmother (From Tenn) used to say that we are 1/3 Irish, 1/3 German, 1/3 Swede and 1/3 Hillbilly.
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    Re: I have a job interview at an Irish Pub

    So things went pretty well.
    I now have to come up with an appetizer, salad, entree, and desert and do a cost analysis of each.
    Has to be around 34% food cost.

    Then will have to formally present the food to the GM and owners.
    I will go there and cook the food and they will taste it and help base desicion from there.
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    Re: I have a job interview at an Irish Pub

    Guiness.
    Good luck with the interview.

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    Re: I have a job interview at an Irish Pub

    Here are my submissions.

    [img width=450 height=298]http://i64.photobucket.com/albums/h170/pattyosviKING/9-9-2007-17.jpg[/img]
    Bread pudding with Bailey's Irish cream sauce

    [img width=450 height=298]http://i64.photobucket.com/albums/h170/pattyosviKING/9-9-2007-11.jpg[/img]
    Pan seared tilapia with pineapple salsa

    [img width=450 height=298]http://i64.photobucket.com/albums/h170/pattyosviKING/9-9-2007-06.jpg[/img]
    Chicken Satay salad

    [img width=450 height=298]http://i64.photobucket.com/albums/h170/pattyosviKING/9-9-2007-02.jpg[/img]
    Crab Cakes with trio of dipping sauces
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    Re: I have a job interview at an Irish Pub

    Them crab cakes look excellent.......



    Knock their socks off with a real Irish Homeland Favorite...




    Lamb Pie..




    Here is an easy one to make..





    http://www.cooks.com/rec/doc/0,1927,148162-231200,00.html







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    Re: I have a job interview at an Irish Pub

    Here's a link to some real tradituonal Irish foods..


    Notice, top of the list is Lamb.....



    Also notice, NO Corned Beef and Cabage....( This is purely Americanized)
    Not a true Irish Dish....

    http://web.ncf.ca/dc920/HomePage.foodal.html#The%20Main


    I LOVE THE SMELL OF VICTORY IN THE MORNING AIR.

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    Re: I have a job interview at an Irish Pub

    "pattyosviKING" wrote:
    Here are my submissions.

    [img width=450 height=298]http://i64.photobucket.com/albums/h170/pattyosviKING/9-9-2007-17.jpg[/img]
    Bread pudding with Bailey's Irish cream sauce

    [img width=450 height=298]http://i64.photobucket.com/albums/h170/pattyosviKING/9-9-2007-11.jpg[/img]
    Pan seared tilapia with pineapple salsa

    [img width=450 height=298]http://i64.photobucket.com/albums/h170/pattyosviKING/9-9-2007-06.jpg[/img]
    Chicken Satay salad

    [img width=450 height=298]http://i64.photobucket.com/albums/h170/pattyosviKING/9-9-2007-02.jpg[/img]
    Crab Cakes with trio of dipping sauces
    Nice.
    Now I'm hungry, damn it.
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    Re: I have a job interview at an Irish Pub

    "NordicNed" wrote:
    Here's a link to some real tradituonal Irish foods..



    Notice, top of the list is Lamb.....



    Also notice, NO Corned Beef and Cabage....( This is purely Americanized)
    Not a true Irish Dish....

    http://web.ncf.ca/dc920/HomePage.foodal.html#The%20Main
    Thanks Ned.
    Hopefully it will come in handy when I get the job.
    SKOL VIKINGS

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