I don't wanna know how you discovered that.
I'll take your word for it, friend.
Well isn't Guinness like milk to some? I can totally see the bitter stout taste playing well with the sweet partially hydrogenated paste on the Oreo.Next time Nilla wafers...awesome...trust.Peace - Rene
Try that same Maneuver with Young's Double Chocolate Stout. Seriously.
Very interesting combo, Irish! Have a great weekend!
I'll pass on that one.
Did you say Oreos... and Guinness? You are da Man! I'm heading to the store now. Of course Guinness and anything works for me. They used to have Guinness ice cream in Chicago. Awesome.
Have you ever had battered-deep-fried oreos? Sweet Lord. *Those* would be amazinger with Guinness.
Hey, are you reading my Facebook page?! I had my first oreos in years last night and they were just as good as I remember. I think I'll stick to milk though.
I do have a knowledge of American biscuits Irish and this sits very comfortably within my slightly drunk , lager stained and Rich tea slated London/Irish palate!!
Hmm. Without empirical research I cannot comment on this.
Oh… you should try Guinness and Ice Cream— a Guinness float I call it. Very tasty indeed.
i would have to drink a pint or two before the idea made any sense, or had any appeal, for me....actually I think I have a Purple Haze in the fridge - bet that would be good with gummy bears....
are you on your period?! ;p
I bet you had a Guinness or two before the Oreos came out of the pantry. I know I would have had to drink one or three before I'd try that.Of course, I have a lot of room to talk; I found myself drinking chocolate martinis and eating salt and vinegar potato chips last night while I watched Wolverine on DVD. It just seemed suitable, somehow.
I'm more of a Smithwick's fan meself. ;)
That actually does sound pretty good!
No way.Champagne and Oreos.However....You DO know about the Guinness & Champagne mix? Black Velvet? Mmmmmm......
Now I know what I will be doing tomorrow for dinner.
I once statused on Facebook that pinot grigio and chocolate chip cookies were pretty good together.
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