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Old 12-14-2009, 02:27 PM   #11
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I've forgotten to update the menu and beer pairings

1st Still the tuna...Beer- Hoegarden

2nd Scallops on a bacon/onion/mushroom stuffed and roasted mini bell pepper and fried mushrooms...Beer- Fullers London Pride

3rd Sill the same...Beer- Pilsner Urquell

4th Still the same...Beer- La Fin du Monde

5th Still the same...Beer- Duchesse de Bourgogne

6th Roasted Kobe tenderloins with Bearnaise and black truffle topped mushroom risotto...Beer- Hobgoblin

7th 3 year aged Blue Stilton, 2 year aged French Comte, 3 year aged Australian White cheddar and 3 year aged Parmesan with a lite drizzle of maple syrup...Beer- Flying Dog Gonzo Imperial Porter

8th Creme brulee in a sugar cookie shell over a mixed berry compote... Coffee instead of beer

I still do not know the wine pairings except that for the cheese course we have a 1932 vintage Port. The beer will have a hard time competing against that

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Old 12-15-2009, 01:26 PM   #12
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Gee, how do I get invited?

I'd add a little fruit to the cheese course to lighten it up a bit -- slices of apple, pear, or cantaloup.

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Old 12-15-2009, 03:26 PM   #13
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I am happy with your pairings. I will be there at 9.

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