We had some lovely desserts, an incredible soup, lots of yummy side dishes and well, gee, go ahead and take a look...
Spring Rolls and also some No-Knead bread, and set out some cold cuts.
And played with my food a little and made a totally awesome dipping sauce for the Spring Rolls, I'll tell
you all about that in another post. (Gotta keep you reading this blog, one way or another.)
I also made a Brie en Croute with some Fig Preserves, but I'll tell you all about that in another post.
I'm going to start with Dessert first, cause I have my priorities...
Here's an appeal, if you brought these, please contact me and let me know if you want to share the recipe. You have fans who want it. Hey, I want it, I had one and they were fun and different and yummy.
Chocolate Silk Pie. No other words are needed.
And today I'm doing a left to right thing, the next buffet had these on it:
If you look real close you'll see a little toothpick holder there. One of our friends picked it up at a yard sale and brought it with her to Tapas before Christmas. We all loved it, and now she's forced to bring it with her to all gatherings, as well as some fruit. Which I did not get a picture of. She had some awesome pineapple.
I think I need to make one for myself soon, rather than make myself hungry looking at this one.
But I'll tell you about that in another post.
Oh and the strawberries were very good too.
Last and really not least. This soup.
Chicken Corn Chowder made with Register's sausage. Register's is a kinda local brand, and is totally awesome.
This soup was so good, most of it got eaten, and this was a large pot of soup. I and many others who attended last night want the recipe. So I'll be
And let me end with this shot of my Pistachio Craisin Goat Cheese Log. I'll be sharing the recipe for that later on too.
There you have it, another Tapas Night...
And best of all, I got to share it with some really wonderful people, the food was good too.