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Friday, June 10, 2005 

How to drink a Guiness and pick the right herbs

Via Lifehacker:

A Guide For The Un-Initated To Buying Guinness In An Irish Pub

There are six bulleted points to the process, make sure you don't skip any...

Jane Dunne has an informative column on summer food and herb pairings, including Basil, Dill, Oregano, Italian flat-leaf parsley, Rosemary, Sage, Tarragon, Spearmint and Thyme. Summer food of course means a lot of grilling and there is information about how each of these herbs work best with various foods.

Who knew there were rules for ordering guiness - I hope this applies to American bars too.


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