And quite frankly, up until about 2 pm yesterday, I had no idea just what I was making to bring to Boat Club. I'd come up with a couple of ideas, but just did not feel up to going to town to buy the stuff for them.
So I fell back on some tried and true.
I channeled my Danish side, and made some Frikadeller and then decided at about 5 pm that the cauliflower I had in the fridge could be cooked and brought as well. So I did. I did do a twist on the Frikadeller though and I'll share that in a day or so.
I thought I would explain Boat Club a little. Basically it's due to the generosity of a couple of people who belong to the local boat club. They have access to this wonderful clubhouse and host a monthly gathering and everyone brings something to contribute. And since we have some incredible cooks and bakers in this area, it's a win win situation for those who like to cook/bake and those who like to eat.
I know I've gotten so many recipes and ideas from others here, and I have incorporated those into my own cooking and baking.
If you can't steal, I mean, copy from others, then what's the fun in cooking?
So without further ado or hyperbole, here are the dishes that were featured last night:
From the top...
Sweet Potato Casserole, with yummy crunchy top.
Pecan Pie, well, it is the south and we love our Pecan Pie.
Gotta have chocolate, I think there's a law about that.