El Ryan’s y la Roja, todos a una! La Roja disputará el próximo miércoles frente a Italia un partido Amistoso. El encuentro se disputará en Bari, la localidad en la que nació Thiago hace 20 años.
No te lo pierdas, partidazo al canto!
If you want to watch the football games in the City of London, El Ryan’s arrange everything for an unforgettable “football from the pub” night:
- 6 Screens + 1 big projector + Massive screen outside.
- Comercial Music before and after the games (perfect for celebrations).
- Both The Mustard floors for football only.
- Spanish Food Menu, kitchen open until games are over.
For Bookings, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Where? Come and watch it with us @ The Mustard
Nos vemos en el bar
David y Mangel
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septiembre 26th, 2015 on 8:31 am
PhilbertFlange / There’s a couple of tnhgis you’ll have to get from a bottle. Specifically vinegar and booze (if you’re using a bourbon as a part of the sauce), as you can’t really be bothered to make vinegar from scratch, and distilling at home is illegal.You can buy fresh sardines or anchovies for the fishy taste in Worcestershire. You’ll probably be able to find a recipe to make a homemade version on the Internet. As for mustards, you can buy mustard seed and try making your own. For Dijon, you’ll need to find must (unfermented wine) which will also probably come in a bottle (unless you have wine-making equipment at home). If you want, you can just hydrate ground mustard with some vinegar, and add some tumeric to make a standard yellow mustard.The last ingredient that’s commonly used in making sauces is ketchup. You can buy fresh tomatoes, remove the skins, add onion garlic and other spices, some vinegar and some sugar, and cook it down and pure9e it into a home made ketchup. You can then use this as a base.The other ingredients would be brown sugar, garlic and onion (or their powders) and spices. You can get these whole and grind them yourself.Hope that helps!