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(Please share) Phish will be broadcasting a show originally recorded July 26, 2013 at the Gorge and have chosen donations be directed to ArtsFund for the COVID-19 Arts Emergency Relief Fund!

Tune in to Phish’s Facebook page or at this Tuesday at 5:30pm 🎵This Tuesday’s Dinner And A Movie features Phish’s July 26, 2013 show from The Gorge Amphitheatre in George, WA. The full show will play this Tuesday at 8:30PM ET at or here on Phish’s Facebook page. For this week’s recipe, Page McConnell shares one of his favorites: Red Beans & Rice.

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A Note From Page:
This week I’ve decided not to do anything that resembles a sandwich. Instead, I’ve chosen one of my favorite recipes for Red Beans & Rice.

Now, I know that I will be hearing from some purists that this isn’t anything like what you might find at Mothers, or any of my favorite dining establishments in New Orleans. To them I would say that this recipe is not trying to replicate something, or transport you somewhere else; It is more of an interpretation. Anyway, I like it, and I hope you do too.

We recommend you serve it with a salad. And I always put plenty of hot sauce on it. Enjoy!

Red Beans & Rice

2 cans kidney beans, rinsed
1 package bacon, cooked
4 sausage links (we use andouille sausage)
1 onion, chopped
1 bell pepper, chopped
1 tbs garlic, minced
½ tsp dried thyme
¼ tsp allspice
1 can chopped tomatoes (you can use fresh tomatoes)
1 cup cooked rice
1 can coconut milk
1-2 tbs avocado oil (Omit the meat to make it vegan)

– Cook the rice
– Cook your bacon in a separate pan, drain
– Meanwhile, add chopped onions, peppers to a large heated pot with avocado oil. Remove from heat when soft
– Chop sausage and brown in pot
– Add onion and pepper to pot and cook, add garlic
– Add thyme, allspice, tomatoes, chopped bacon, beans, rice and can of coconut milk.
– Mix together and allow to simmer for at least ½ hour

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Festival Stats
  • Where is it at?
    Quincy, Washington, USA
  • How many days?
    3 days
  • What is the setting?
    Outdoors, Desert, Secluded, Waterfront (river, bay, etc.)
  • What is the atmopshere?
    Eclectic, Camping, Music discovery, Culture (art, etc.)
  • How many people?
  • Where do I stay?
    Camping, RV, Airbnb, Hotels
  • Meredith Schneider
    06/21/2018 at 11:28 am

    Come for the music, stay for the… scenery. This festival has been flying under the radar a bit, but it’s like its own little oasis in the middle of nowhere. The Gorge is absolutely stunning to look at, this venue is the perfect setting for something. And though the lineup this year was pretty stellar – Tash Sultana, Spoon, David Byrne, Thunderpussy, White Reaper, Modest Mouse, Anderson.Paak, etc. – it’s worth a far drive 100x over just to watch the sunset over that view with your favorite band playing in the forefront. Watch out for rattlesnakes, though. Really.





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