Thursday, January 31, 2013

January Tapas Night

 Another month and another Tapas Night down.   And as usual, a great time was had by most, or so they told me.   And also as usual, tons of great food.   And since I know you're waiting in anticipation, with bated breath, ok, enough hyperbole.    Here's some pictures of the food that was brought last night.    And if I missed getting a picture of yours, I'm sorry but I was having fun.   And it's my party and I can have fun if I want to.  Oh wait, I think I said that last month as well.   But, it bears repeating.
From Deviled Eggs to....












 A Cannelli bean spread with Rosemary and Garlic.











Chicken Piccata Bites














There was some Sweet Potato Hummus served with veggies and crackers.









Crepes and Gluten free Crepes served with Orange Dream filling.  (Strictly a make your own crepe)













Veggie Plate, always a popular item.   I noticed it had been decimated by the end of the evening. 







Rich, cinnamon, sweet potato goodness.  Really yummy.











Egg Salad spread, and look at the dish it was presented in.  Whimsical and just plain fun.
And the spread was good too.   Behind it to the left were some celery sticks also spread with the egg salad spread.








Bean Dip, and doesn't it look pretty?  Tasted good too.
Cakes and Cookie bars for dessert, way too good.
Bean Chile, totally awesome.














With rice, cheese, cornbread and sour cream accompaniments. 









Cookies and Turkish Delight, one of my faves.













I was told this was yummy, but I didn't get a taste of it.  By the time I got back there with a plate, it was gone.











There are a couple more pictures but for some reason, I'm having trouble loading them, so I will say that there were some other desserts, including a mocha chocolate cake, brownies and fruit.   I also missed getting a shot of a plate of chicken salad, potato balls, and mangoes.  I did manage to sample them however and they were good.   







Sid Munkholm
Sid Munkholm

Sid loves to cook, feed people and have fun in the kitchen. She shares her successes and the involuntary offerings she sometimes gives the kitchen goddess as well. And she's still looking for the mythical fairy to help her clean the kitchen after a marathon cooking session. Currently working on a cookbook showcasing the recipes from her Danish heritage.

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