BARK: Authentic, down home, Louisiana cuisine

[quote]Starring Chef Bob Morley- Jacquimo’s (New Orleans ,LA), Dante’s
Kitchen (New Orleans, LA), La Gould Finch (East Village, NYC),
Special guest at the James Beard Foundation (NYC) “A Taste of New

Chef Bob would like to cordially invite you for an evening of
authentic, down home, Louisiana cuisine for a very noble cause. All
proceeds will be donated to the animal rescue organization: BARK.

The evening’s menu:
Creole Barbecued Chicken
Slow-Roasted Pulled Pork Sandwiches on Buttermilk Biscuit
Authentic Seafood File Gumbo
New Orleans Red Beans & Rice
Jalapeno Cornbread Muffins
Potato Salad (Brooklyn Style)
Texas-Style Coleslaw
Creole-Marinated Vegetable Kebabs
Key Lime Tartelettes
Lemon Cheesecakes
Sweet Potato Pie
Double Chocolate Brownies

Date: Sunday, April 8th, 2007
Time: 6:00pm
Location: Dick & Cowboy Pub
Price: $600 NT (This is a great meal, prepared by a great chef who
has so generously donated his time and talents for a great cause)
For information or advance tickets call 557-3381

Reservations and seating for this event is limited to 60 people, so
book early.

This event is brought to you by an active member/dog lover/independent animal rescuer for years in Kaohsiung. Many thanks, Maureen. :notworthy: Many thanks to the good folks at the Dick & Cowboy Pub, and of course, tip of the hat to Chef Bob for all his time and efforts. Looking forward to it! :hungry: :slight_smile:

What a fantastic menu! I’m tempted to make the trip down south!

[quote=“Maoman”]What a fantastic menu! I’m tempted to make the trip down south![/quote]It’s quite fast on the speed rail… You can be back home well before midnight, I’m sure. :wink: Meals’ on me if you come down, my friend. By all means; it would be fancy to finally meet you.

Not that many seats left, BTW, folks. Chef Bob is cooking for sixty, and more than forty seats are booked already. We now have a six o’clock, and a seven o’clock seating.

See you there! :slight_smile: