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Re: Tue 2nd Jan 2018, Bring a Bottle (ideally of 1878)

Posted: 22:23 Mon 18 Dec 2017
by jdaw1
Blind or sighted?

Re: Tue 2nd Jan 2018, Bring a Bottle (ideally of 1878)

Posted: 11:05 Fri 22 Dec 2017
by DaveRL
jdaw1 wrote:
22:23 Mon 18 Dec 2017
Blind or sighted?
I dont mind. I'm rubbish at blind, so one could say I need practice, but losing to the monkey hurts.

Re: Tue 2nd Jan 2018, Bring a Bottle (ideally of 1878)

Posted: 11:10 Fri 22 Dec 2017
by DaveRL
Starter: Smoked Salmon
Main: Steak, rare
Side: Green beans with shallots

(All to be Gluten Free please)

Assuming this fits with the new menu, which doesn't seem to be on the website yet. Thanks.

Re: Tue 2nd Jan 2018, Bring a Bottle (ideally of 1878)

Posted: 17:26 Fri 22 Dec 2017
by jdaw1
During Christmas, whilst the Christmas menu valid, the B&F is using a shortened à la carte menu. After Christmas the B&F will return to the full menu. But the B&F has failed to put the shortened menu on its website, so the menu currently on the website is correct for January.

Re: Tue 2nd Jan 2018, Bring a Bottle (ideally of 1878)

Posted: 17:29 Wed 27 Dec 2017
by Deleted_User_1
If there is space could I please add KMH to the list.

Re: Tue 2nd Jan 2018, Bring a Bottle (ideally of 1878)

Posted: 18:06 Wed 27 Dec 2017
by jdaw1
Cookie wrote:
17:29 Wed 27 Dec 2017
If there is space could I please add KMH to the list.
Done. Please, both of you, and others, submit food orders.

Re: Tue 2nd Jan 2018, Bring a Bottle (ideally of 1878)

Posted: 19:07 Wed 27 Dec 2017
by Deleted_User_1
RLC- Cornish Crab - Rib eye steak (Rare) hand cut chip and beans with shallots.
KMH- Roasted Goat's Cheese - Grilled Chicken Breast.

Re: Tue 2nd Jan 2018, Bring a Bottle (ideally of 1878)

Posted: 20:18 Wed 27 Dec 2017
by jdaw1
Current state of the food order.

Food: missing Tony, Charles, Ian, Mike, and Wolfgang.
jdaw1 wrote:
17:26 Fri 22 Dec 2017
the menu

Re: Tue 2nd Jan 2018, Bring a Bottle (ideally of 1878)

Posted: 20:19 Wed 27 Dec 2017
by jdaw1
Blind or sighted?

Re: Tue 2nd Jan 2018, Bring a Bottle (ideally of 1878)

Posted: 20:27 Wed 27 Dec 2017
by idj123
jdaw1 wrote:
20:19 Wed 27 Dec 2017
Blind or sighted?
Let's go blind-I really need to beat that blasted monkey this time!

For food:
Truffle Mac and cheese
Gammon steak and chips with the black pudding but no egg plus a side order of the shallots.

Thanks

Re: Tue 2nd Jan 2018, Bring a Bottle (ideally of 1878)

Posted: 21:12 Wed 27 Dec 2017
by Deleted_User_1
Blind please.

Re: Tue 2nd Jan 2018, Bring a Bottle (ideally of 1878)

Posted: 21:25 Wed 27 Dec 2017
by jdaw1
Blind it is. Placemats drafted.

Re: Tue 2nd Jan 2018, Bring a Bottle (ideally of 1878)

Posted: 10:08 Thu 28 Dec 2017
by CPR 1
Mac and cheese, black and blue steak with green beans. Thank you.

Re: Tue 2nd Jan 2018, Bring a Bottle (ideally of 1878)

Posted: 11:23 Thu 28 Dec 2017
by WS1
starter: Roasted goat’s cheese salad with figs, toasted walnuts and honey
main: Steak (medium rare) with peppercorn sauce

regards
WS1

Re: Tue 2nd Jan 2018, Bring a Bottle (ideally of 1878)

Posted: 23:07 Thu 28 Dec 2017
by jdaw1

Re: Tue 2nd Jan 2018, Bring a Bottle (ideally of 1878)

Posted: 16:02 Fri 29 Dec 2017
by flash_uk
Folks, sadly I can't make this after all. Some friends coming to stay that I didn't have in the diary :shock:

Re: Tue 2nd Jan 2018, Bring a Bottle (ideally of 1878)

Posted: 22:18 Fri 29 Dec 2017
by jdaw1
flash_uk wrote:
16:02 Fri 29 Dec 2017
Folks, sadly I can't make this after all. Some friends coming to stay that I didn't have in the diary :shock:
:-(

Re: Tue 2nd Jan 2018, Bring a Bottle (ideally of 1878)

Posted: 00:06 Sat 30 Dec 2017
by jdaw1
Tony: please, food order.

Re: Tue 2nd Jan 2018, Bring a Bottle (ideally of 1878)

Posted: 14:41 Sun 31 Dec 2017
by jdaw1
I won’t be early. Are any of those likely to be punctual able to print the placemats? (Current version, as near top of log page, is 11:30 Mon 01 Jan 2018; force-reload until that appears. And I might edit the contents of this parenthesis.)

Cookie: does Kate need us to have placenames?

Parenthetical comment edited to update version.
Parenthetical comment re-edited to update version.

Re: Tue 2nd Jan 2018, Bring a Bottle (ideally of 1878)

Posted: 14:58 Sun 31 Dec 2017
by Deleted_User_1
jdaw1 wrote:
14:41 Sun 31 Dec 2017
I won’t be early. Are any of those likely to be punctual able to print the placemats? (Current version, as near top of log page, is 11:45 Sun 31 Dec 2017; force-reload until that appears. And I might edit the contents of this parenthesis.)

Cookie: does Kate need us to have placenames?
I can print and no placename necessary.

Re: Tue 2nd Jan 2018, Bring a Bottle (ideally of 1878)

Posted: 10:06 Mon 01 Jan 2018
by forest26
Happy New Year Gentlemen

Sorry highly unlikely that I can make it. I won't be able to get away early to travel up to London. Have a great tasting.

Tony

Re: Tue 2nd Jan 2018, Bring a Bottle (ideally of 1878)

Posted: 12:34 Mon 01 Jan 2018
by jdaw1
forest26 wrote:
10:06 Mon 01 Jan 2018
Sorry highly unlikely that I can make it. I won't be able to get away early to travel up to London. Have a great tasting.
This is a disaster. You were more likely than anybody else to make this tasting ideal. ;-)

See you next time.

Placemats updated. (Current version, as near top of log page, is 11:30 Mon 01 Jan 2018; force-reload until that appears.)

Re: Tue 2nd Jan 2018, Bring a Bottle (ideally of 1878)

Posted: 13:51 Mon 01 Jan 2018
by Deleted_User_1
This is a disaster. You were more likely than anybody else to make this tasting ideal.

None taken!!🙄

Re: RE: Re: Tue 2nd Jan 2018, Bring a Bottle (ideally of 1878)

Posted: 15:05 Mon 01 Jan 2018
by PhilW
Cookie wrote:This is a disaster. You were more likely than anybody else to make this tasting ideal.

None taken!!
Oooh! Sounds like Cookie has some 1878s!

Re: RE: Re: Tue 2nd Jan 2018, Bring a Bottle (ideally of 1878)

Posted: 15:33 Mon 01 Jan 2018
by jdaw1
PhilW wrote:
15:05 Mon 01 Jan 2018
Oooh! Sounds like Cookie has some 1878s!
It’s a sure thing. I’m aquiver with excitement. And as he’s likely to be bringing Kate’s bottle, there might be two. My preference is certainly Dow, and also (at least) one of Cockburn or Taylor.