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PRE- SAINT PATRICK'S DAY...RUEBEN SOUP...SERVED IN A RYE SOURDOUGH BREAD BOWL...USING THE TARTINE METHOD....

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PRE- SAINT PATRICK'S DAY...RUEBEN SOUP...SERVED IN A RYE SOURDOUGH BREAD BOWL...USING THE TARTINE METHOD....

hi gang,

a little pre saint patrick's day...my wife is half irish...she came up with this recipe for a RUEBEN SOUP...served in a rye bread bowl...we used the tartine french country bread recipe...but substituted 300g of rye flour for 100g of wheat and 175g of the white flour....and added some king arthur rye chops and deli rye flavor to the dough...chad's recipe is fool proof if you follow the measurements... thank you chad for the continued inspiration...and thank you fresh loaf for giving us a place to share the goodness...if you are interested please check out my wife's food blog..a lot of pictures...

http://jewelsinnaples.blogspot.com/2012/03/sothe-cold-front-has-passed-thru-from.html

cya

frank

 

 

 

 

 

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dabrownman

bread, soup or beer?   Still, it looks delicious anyway :-) Nice Job !

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hey dabrownman,

thanks for checking out the pictures! my wife is half irish, i'm sure on st. patrick's day we'll have plenty of green and beer!!

cya

frank

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dabrownman

will tell you that Irishmen will be drinking Guinness, Bemish (My favorite being from Cork long ago) and Murphy's among other local dark beers that just can't be made or turned green - St Paddy'd day or no.  So we can excuse green no green beer.  In fact, if it is green, it isn't worth drinking :-)  Still, you got to love good food served in bread bowls.  Never goes out of style.

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hey da...i hope you don't mind me calling you da...

we just tried murphy's beer for the first time  a few weeks ago...it surpassed jewel's favorite imported beer... peroni...murphy's was awesome...we actually got a chance to visit cork (cobh) a couple of years ago... you're a fortunate man to have lived there!...cya

frank

 

 

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dabrownman

are from Cork.  I'm from the Ozarks.  When Iwas tin Cork last, I looked up some long lost relatives and drank Beamish with them for a couple of days.  That's about all I remember.  Cork is one fine place to drink Beamish.  I like all Irish Stouts - Guinnes, Beamish and Murphy's depending on where in Ireland you are at the time - and there are many smaller breweries too.

I will be doing a multi-layered, checkerboard, green and brown, complicated looking, stout bread in the shape of an Irish Harp for St Paddy's day  or it could be very interesting looking ash tray - if I get too smashed first! Better do it the day before just to be safe.

da is fine.

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hey da,

make your bread the day before...we for sure want to see some pictures of it!! happy st. patrick's day!!...we'll cheers a murphy's to your harp!!

cya

frank

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dabrownman

done on the 16th but it will probably look more like a large croissant than a harp frame.  Wouldn't know how to do the strings .