Saturday, March 17, 2012

B A C O N !

Maple Cured Bacon, Applewood Smoked in House @
O'Tooles Irish American Bar in Waterford

Getting ready for the St. Patrick's Day Drunkfest 2012
FREE Breakfast Buffet.

From 8:00am - 10:00am O'Tooles Waterford serves 
breakfast at no charge on St. Patricks Day.
You just have to pay for a beverage.

Eggs, Bacon, Corned Beef Hash, Hash Brown Potatoes,
Biscuits & Gravy, and more...  FREE!

O'Tooles buys all the food, O'Tooles chefs do all the work,
and you pay nothing. (Except for the beverage)

There IS such a thing as a FREE MEAL.
Only at O'Tooles Waterford
4000 Cass Elizabeth Road

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

The New O'Tooles Bistro & Pub
St. Patrick's Day
March 17, 2012

Breakfast Buffet at 8:00am - Special Menu from 11:00am
Chef's Table with Hot Food Ready To Go
Enclosed Outdoor Deck
Continuous Entertainment

4000 Cass Elizabeth Road, Waterford

Deedle dee dee and deedle dee do, time to getchur green on!
Oh my my my...

Classic Corned Beef & Cabbage

Michigan Grobbel's corned beef with braised cabbage, carrots and redskins.

Guinness Bangers & Colcannon

Guinness cured sausages with bacon & savoy mashed redskins highlighted with guinness reduction.

Sirloin Steak Salad

All natural grass-fed Michigan steer sirloin, marinated, chargrilled & sliced over organic 
baby greens with goat cheese, fresh roasted peppers and red onions in balsamico.

Dear Mr. President,

I regret to inform you that I am no longer financially able to continue supporting the presence of our brave and honorable soldiers in the United States military which are stationed in Afghanistan. I am truly sorry. There are just so many other things I have to pay for that I must insist that you cease and desist any future deductions from my paycheck in this regard. 

Perhaps it would be prudent at this time for us to just get the heck out of Afghanistan and for that matter, anywhere else we are not wanted and don't belong. We are sacrificing our (taxpaying citizens) hard earned money and more importantly, American lives to help people that DO NOT WANT OUR HELP. I say good, let's not help them, that's more to spend on America's children! It's time to concentrate on the good old USA as I think she's starting to get away from you.

Also, If you could provide us (taxpayers) with a checklist showing where and how much of our paychecks go to each individual government agency/program we could as individuals check yes or no to support these. A list of what you guys purchased with my money over the last 36 years with receipts would be helpful too. Thanks a bunch!

Sincerely, Jeffrey M. Jepko, 
U.S. Citizen, Regular Voter, and Ardent & Continual Taxpayer in The Great State of Michigan, Oakland County since 1975.

I am including a copy of the U.S. Constitution as it seems the copy that you guys are reading from is different from the one I have. It should begin with "We The People". If yours begins with "We The Government" then you have the wrong one.

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

50 ways to tell you’re talking to a Michigander.

How to Identify Someone From The 26th State

  1. They give you driving directions and one of the turns says: “take a Michigan left”.
  2. They describe the four seasons as: “Almost Winter; Winter; Hotter than Hell; and Winter again”.
  3. There is a red wing on a wheel somewhere on their vehicle.
  4. They measure distance in minutes instead of miles.
  5. They tell you they prefer diving in the winter because the potholes are filled.
  6. They can tell the difference between Farmer Peet’s and Kogels pickled bologna and have strong opinions about which one goes best with Pinconning cheese.
  7. They know what Pinconning cheese is and show you where it comes from on their hand.
  8. They knew how to spell Steve Yzerman’s last name in the first grade.
  9. They think Alkaline batteries were named after a Detroit Tiger Right Fielder.
  10. They know that Kalamazoo is a real city and can show you where it is on their hand.
  11. They know what a Yooper is and can tell the difference between a Yooper and a Canadian by the way they talk.
  12. Their idea of a good time is sitting on a 5 gallon plastic bucket on the ice in below zero weather with a fishing pole.
  13. If they have ever seen a flying octopus in April.
  14. They tell you “Sault” rhymes with “Boo”.
  15. They know that May is Morel month.
  16. They expect to see frog legs on the buffet at the local restaurant.
  17. They have a boat, snowmobile, cabin “up north” and an outhouse.
  18. Half of their relatives worked for the auto industry and got laid off or bought out.
  19. The other half of their relatives work in a casino.
  20. They think a coast to coast trip is driving between Port Huron and Muskegon.
  21. They think a Big Mac is something you drive across.
  22. They have ever switched from heat to AC and heat again in the same day.
  23. They honk when they see a picket line.
  24. They actually know where Hell is and can show you where on their hand.
  25. They offered to work Christmas in exchange for November 15 off.
  26. They don’t consider Molson or Labatts imported beer.
  27. They tell you to drink Vernors for an upset stomach.
  28. You ask them to break a dollar bill and half the change is Canadian.
  29. They drive 86 mph on the highway and pass on the right.
  30. The annual summer vacation is a trip to Cedar Point.
  31. They can drive 65 mph through a blizzard and complain about other drivers going too slow.
  32. A polka song comes on and they start tapping their foot and singing the chorus.
  33. They missed their cousins wedding because the smelt were running.
  34. They missed their sisters wedding because the steelhead were hitting.
  35. They were late for their own wedding because the walleye were biting.
  36. They know what “The Lodge” is and can tell you two ways to avoid it.
  37. They have security lights on their house and garage but leave them both unlocked.
  38. They know what a “party store” is and can name 3 “coney islands”.
  39. They know how to say, play, and pronounce “Euchre”.
  40. They know how to pronounce “Mackinac”.
  41. They have a copy of “Escanaba in da Moonlight” in their dvd collection along with other “documentaries”.
  42. They can identify someone from Ohio from their accent.
  43. They have at least 2 recipes for venison “backstraps”
  44. The mere mention of “backstraps” make them go “Oooooo yeah”.
  45. They have a story about someone having a heart attack from shoveling snow.
  46. They own an article of clothing in the color “blaze orange”, and have worn it to a social function.
  47. They can give you directions to at least 3 cider mills.
  48. They eat “pasties” and drink “pop”.
  49. If they have ever worn a jacket and shorts at the same time.
  50. They go to a Fishfry on Friday.

-Chef Jeff,
Home on the Range in O'Tooles Kitchen

Super Bowl Party & Ghost Pepper Wings

O’Tooles “Ghost Pepper Wing Insanity Challenge” takes a total of 
fifteen (15) minutes to complete.
You must exhibit the insane ability to consume all of the meat 
off of Eight (8) of our insanely hot  “Ghost Pepper” sauced wings in 
Ten (10) Minutes using only your hands. 
No utensils and no napkins may be used.
Beer is the only beverage you will be allowed to consume 
during the 10 minutes (if you so desire, it is not 
requirement), but it must be a Michigan beer.
 No other beverages or foods are allowed for 
15 minutes after the clock starts.
In addition to the ten minutes required to finish the wings, 
an additional Five (5) Minute Afterburn is required during 
which time you may use one (1) dry napkin only.

No other food or beverage may be consumed whatsoever
during the five minute afterburn.
In the wildly remote chance that you are able to complete 
the O’Tooles Insanely Hot Ghost Pepper Insanity Challenge, you won’t have
to pay for the wings. That’s right, Free Wings!
Also, you will be presented with an official certificate declaring you completely insane and...  Your name and photo will be enshrined for eternity into the Record Book of the Flamingly Insane

Most likely you will begin the exam and fail...
When that happens you still get your picture taken but it gets placed alongside all the other losers in the giant loser section.  (Oh, and you have to pay for the wings.)

The New O'Tooles Bistro & Pub at Cass Lake
info - (248) 683-3494

Sunday, January 15, 2012

O'Tooles Bistro & Pub at Cass Lake
4000 Cass Elizabeth Road, Waterford
(248) 683-3494

Sunday - Family Day
Half Off Pizza

Every Sunday all Pizzas are 50% Off
Dine-In -or- Carry-Out, No Limit

Check Out Some of The Cool Pizza Selections
From the Regular Pizza Menu:

And Then on Monday It's
- All You Can Eat Pasta -