That looks like a WONDERFUL dinner. Congratulations
But as a native Southerner, I never was able to learn how to eat 'lamb'
in any form or fashion. Actually, one bite of it can make me VERY ill
easter dinner, accompanied by six of our neighbors, we enjoyed a spiral-sliced premium ham (from Harris Teeter
) and an eight-rib, Prime Rib
, dry-aged roast (from our favorite butcher here in Maryland, address available upon request).
Accompanied with sauteed fresh spring asparagus, home-made Mac and Cheese, and green apple/fennel salad.
Oh, and by the way, there were ample quantities of 'bald peanuts'
on the table, which my Maryland buddies simply adore
, after that
dinner, I could not EVEN think of visiting the Avalon's
golf course (our unit borders the eighth hole), although some of my buddies manged to do so --- LOL.
post edited by DocChuck - 2010/04/07 16:35:28