2012 Indian food and IPA Brewer’s Dinner

 Tickets still available! Call the Pub to get on the list! 503-325-PINT

Wednesday, January 18th, 2012

 

Indian Cuisine and West Coast I.P.A Pairing dinner

 

First Course 

Tiffin

Charbroiled Garlic, Spinach, Fetta Cheese and Saffron Naan.

 

Fort George –  Quiet Riot

 

Second Course 

Banana Leaf Wapped Black Cod

Cod fillet seasoned with Ground Mustard and Turmeric Steamed Inside a Banana Leaf

 

Sierra Nevada – celebration

 

  Third Course

Mung Daal with Kitchadi

Split Pea Soup topped with Savory rice and Ghee

 

Russian River – Blind Pig

 

Fourth Course 

Samosa Salad

 A Spicy Potata and Pea Salad Served in a Curry Waffel cone.

 

Boneyard Brewery – Hop Venom IPA

 

 Main Course

Moghul Lamb

 Spiced Leg of Lamb Served in a Tomato and Yogurt sauce with Turnips

 

Fort George Brewery – Bad Juju

 

Dessert

 Kheer

A rice pudding with flavors of vanilla and rosewater. Served with a Chai Black Tea spice cake.

 

Bear replublic – racer X

 

 

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