Monday, March 22, 2010

You don't have to be Irish...

Asato lights it up with a spicy deviled egg.
Story by SA Thompson
Photos by SR Asato, SN Slaughter, SA Wade, SN Wray Following the 4.1k Saturday, (see other entry if you're curious) we made some traditional Irish food in honor of St Patty's Day.
The menu included corned beef and cabbage, rueben sandwiches, deviled eggs and ... homemade salsa and chips, you know traditional Irish cooking.
The gang started cooking around 1130. We laughed, we sang impromptu karaoke, we occasionally made food. Grimnes made an amazing loaf of soda bread that will come in handy for our next game of ultimate frisbee. Thomas made two kinds of cabbage, one regular and one spicy! I provided the salsa and a helping hand.
The food turned out amazing and the turnout of people wasn't too shabby either. After all was said and done we had a pretty good time and didn't even need to look far for a willing participant with the cleanup.
On a side note, I began making a hashbrown casserole at 1 p.m. Saturday. I'm hoping it will be finished cooking in time for next St. Patrick's Day. But we'll have to wait and see. editor's note: "It's already eaten! mmmm..."
Until next time, take a million photos and maybe one of them will be a picture.

1 comment:

  1. Great stuff. It really makes me miss the Navy det.

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