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(Food and Wine)   A Jägermeister and Chowder Festival is going down in (and coming up all over) Denver next month. While not a competition, events will include distance, volume, and square footage of a wall covered   (foodandwine.com) divider line
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2021-09-23 12:18:46 PM  
Die Toten Hosen // „Zehn kleine Jägermeister" [Offizielles Musikvideo]
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2021-09-23 2:34:08 PM  
Ok, that sounds kind of funny (even if it is just some publicity stunt backed by Jägermeister).
 
2021-09-23 2:38:33 PM  
Interestingly, I've seen several chowder recipes that call for Pernod (or other anise flavorings). I need to try it  because I can't imagine the combination.
 
2021-09-23 2:55:59 PM  
How exactly do you say "Jägermeister" with a Boston accent?
 
2021-09-23 3:01:38 PM  

Myk-House of El: How exactly do you say "Jägermeister" with a Boston accent?


Say "Einstürzende Neubauten" with a Scottish accent
 
2021-09-23 3:05:50 PM  
Unless they're made with Rocky Mountain oysters, why would you have a chowder festival in a landlocked city?
 
2021-09-23 3:14:16 PM  

Myk-House of El: How exactly do you say "Jägermeister" with a Boston accent?


Jagoff-mista. And that's a real J, not a Y in disguise.
 
2021-09-23 3:17:44 PM  
I really enjoyed that headline.  Thanks subs.
 
2021-09-23 3:43:52 PM  
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2021-09-23 3:53:43 PM  
Yeah, I hit up all my go-to Chinese and Southeast Asian recipe sites, and not a single hit for mixing clams and 5 spice, let alone star anise.

I did find a stir fried clam in black bean sauce recipe that I'm going to have to remember for later.

Anyway, Jager and chowder sounds pretty farking awful. Although maybe not as bad as red-headed slut shots and chowder.
 
2021-09-23 3:59:41 PM  
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Going back for more as soon as I'm done.
 
2021-09-23 4:05:33 PM  

Ragin' Asian: Unless they're made with Rocky Mountain oysters, why would you have a chowder festival in a landlocked city?



ummm, you're not really helping.  :D
 
2021-09-23 5:10:31 PM  
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2021-09-23 6:31:49 PM  
How to make chowder less edible: add Jager to it.
 
2021-09-23 7:46:56 PM  
I really do think that Jager is a right of passage.  It should only be consumed from 21-24, but it definitely should be consumed.

Other candidates for that timeframe include attempting the century club, trying all the brands of malt liqour on the 40 ounce shelf, and peppermint schnapps.  And plenty of camel wide lights.

At least thats how I handled those years; the mere thought of this in my 40th year makes me shudder in horror.
 
2021-09-23 8:31:30 PM  

FigPucker: Interestingly, I've seen several chowder recipes that call for Pernod (or other anise flavorings). I need to try it  because I can't imagine the combination.


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The Pernod is much less intense.

Jager is more like a bowl of pho.
 
2021-09-23 9:40:36 PM  

phedex: I really do think that Jager is a right of passage.  It should only be consumed from 21-24, but it definitely should be consumed.

Other candidates for that timeframe include attempting the century club, trying all the brands of malt liqour on the 40 ounce shelf, and peppermint schnapps.  And plenty of camel wide lights.

At least thats how I handled those years; the mere thought of this in my 40th year makes me shudder in horror.


I played in a shiatty cover band for a handful of years after college and Jager was one of our sponsors. So we drank a ton of it. It still makes me shudder to think about it.

However, my favorite Jager story is when we were in college and out for a buddy's 21st birthday. It was toward the end of the night so no one was in good shape. We ordered a round of Jager shots, and my one buddy throws it back but can't manage to keep it down. He then turns his head and basically does a spit take in the direction of another group who was next to us. It sprays all over the back of this dude's white shirt, like a Jackson Pollock.

My buddy quickly apologizes and the other dude must have been pretty hammered up himself because he just says "it's all good" then goes back to his conversation. We made our way out of the bar shortly after. I always wondered what that dude thought after seeing his shirt the next morning.
 
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