Tuesday, March 03, 2009
Announcement: Casserole Night at Freddy's
WHAT IS A CASSEROLE?
A casserole is an oven-baked meal that's prepared and served in a deep earthenware, glass, or cast iron dish. The traditional variety typically includes meat, root vegetables or beans, and stock (or alcohol). Our domestic version includes convenience foods such as noodles, cheese, tuna or ground beef, fried onions, and chips among its ingredients. International versions include Mexican chilaquiles and enchildas, sweet eastern European kugle, British cottage (shepherd's) pie, Japanese chawanmushi, and of course French white bean cassoulet.
The Prospect Heights Casserole Preservation Society is dedicated to perpetuating and exploring a tradition of oven-stewed meals. Casserole Night is not a contest, it's an interactive exhibition of cold-weather victuals. So, what can be better than sharing a hearty meal with friends over a frosty beer? Bring a friend and join us at Freddy's on Saturday March 21st for an early evening treat. Uncle Greg's Army-style Iceberg salad with Thousand Island dressing will be served. Paper plates, plastic forks & spoons, and some take-home containers will be available.
Freddy's Bar & Backroom
485 Dean street
Brooklyn NY 11217
Saturday, March 21 '09
From 6:00 until 8:30 PM
DETAILS FOR PARTICIPATION
- Bring your home-made casserole or salad & bread.
- Bring a take-home container.
- You must provide your own serving utensil.
- All casseroles will be served at room temperature.
- Label your casserole as either meat or vegetarian, or if it includes nuts.
- Seafood dishes and soups are not recommended at this event.
We ask that you RSVP with your dish so that we don't end up with 30 green bean casseroles.
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