Eric McBride 2013 Food juggle

Chef Eric W. McBride and the recipes of the Celtic Caterer will be featured throughout the month of December, as the Guest Chef at the newly renovated William Oliver’s Public House (2608 South Timberline Rd, Ft. Collins). Now through the 31st you will be able to taste from a select menu some of Chef McBride award winning recipes.
There will be a select Bistro menu with daily changes. Everything from his Port wine gravy Beef Collops, & his Creamy Chicken Tarragon, to his Roast leg of Lamb in a Blue Berry Port wine demi-glace and his 3 time marinated Irish stew. And don’t forget about his mouth watering, made from scratch Celtic Soups; Creamy Potato and leek soup w/ white wine, Smoke Salmon Whisky cheese soup, Cock-a-leeky, Roast Garlic Soup, just to mention a few. And for dessert, Orange Chocolate Whisky Mousse, Apple Oatmeal crumble, Raspberry whisky trifle, and of course his Guinness Chocolate Walnut cake.
Is your mouth watering yet? There will also be Whisky & Wine pairing for the dishes, as well as some extra surprises from behind the bar. And mixed in with all this are some of Chef McBride’s favorite Bacon recipes from his upcoming book, “The Bacon Celtic Cook Book”.
Chef McBride will also be on hand to sign cook books, and highlight his new Celtic Caterer Spices and Herb blends.
Even though William Oliver’s does not have a reservation seating, there is limited numbers of Chef McBride’s Celtic Dishes available each night. So if you look like you are going to make the trip to William Oliver’s Publick house be sure to call ahead and reserve your menu items, 970-680-DRAM (3726). Also, check out the Publick House’s website for more information.

Check out Eric’s monthly recipe in the Celtic Connection newspaper (published out of Denver)

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