[Loch-Ruadh] The Wake - food

janesitton@earthlink.net janesitton at earthlink.net
Thu May 8 06:23:34 PDT 2003

Loosely, there's no accounting for taste.  Or you can't argue with taste.  I also thought about one man's trash is another man's treasure.

I'm thinking of trying out my new checkboard cake pans and making a "black and tan" cake.  Or maybe white and green, in your honor, Padraig.  Maybe with some Bailey's or St. Brendan's in the icing?  Hmm...


-------Original Message-------
From: Padraig Ruad O'Maolagain <padraig_ruad at irishbard.com>
Sent: 05/08/03 12:46 AM
To: loch-ruadh at ansteorra.org
Subject: Re: [Loch-Ruadh] The Wake - food

> Agreed.  Fruit and veggie trays always seem to do well.  And hopefully (hint, hint) Dunstan will bring some of his world-famous (well, canton-famous, anyway) beans, and you know how much I like Logan's demonic eggs ala biohazard.  Just a couple of random suggestions.  :-)


PS:  De gusitbus non est disputandum?  Let's see, my Latin is a little rusty... An expandible public vehicle is without argument?  You can't argue with an expanding bus?  Hmmm... ;-)

Madelina wrote:

Please bring your favorite food to share (enough for 8 to 10 servings) for the pot luck feast.  If you don't cook (or just don't want to), breads,

<much snipped>

Last year, there were 11 loaves of French bread left over which were donated to a local church, so I'd go easy on the bread.  Homemade is best, of course, but more emphasis could be put on fruits and desserts!  (Just a suggestion.)


De gusitbus non est disputandum.

De gusitbus non est disputandum.

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