Archive for the ‘Chef’s Night’ Category
As one of the newest members of the Rogue Estate contributors I have to make a full disclosure…I’m a vegetarian. Many of you who regularly read this blog and follow along in the escapades of these merry bandits will know that the dishes lean heavily towards the dead flesh variety. Megan and I were tasked
Chef’s Nights are R.E.’s weekly dinner parties where our writers meet up to cook and eat new foods, discuss ideas and enjoy excessive use of foul language. For those who aren’t avid Facebook users or whom missed this gallery last week, here in all it’s glory is our Chef’s Night dedicated to authentic Irish cuisine.
Editor’s note: Jason is The Rogue Estate’s new Resident Vegetarian. He’s endured a near constant barrage of taunting and meat jokes since his first night in the kitchen with us and still shows up on time to help us create fantastic meals so we decided to get him a blog account, too! This is his
Editor’s Note: Megan is Rogue Estate’s newest cake slinger. Despite us dirtying nearly every pot, pan and dish in her kitchen this week she didn’t kick us out, so you can expect to see more articles from her in the near future. This dish was part of The Rogue Estate’s Authentic Irish cuisine dinner,
Editor’s note: Achilles aka “Chilly” is one of R.E.’s new onion choppers and this is his first post. We haven’t scared him off yet, so you can expect to see lots more from this guy in the near future. For The Rogue Estate’s Chef’s Night, featured in March 14, 2012′s Real Detroit Weekly, I was