And then I start thinking about the party the night before and the conversations I had, the new people I met, the friends who come pretty much every month, and the people they bring. And somehow, it's no big deal to wash those glasses.
And before you say something, I have lots of glasses and it gives me pleasure to see people using them. I do have paper plates though as well as plastic cutlery, I'm not totally nuts about washing dishes.
We always have great food and I love seeing the incredible variety of food that our guests bring and share.
We had everything from wings to clam dip to home made bread.
home made bread, because I bake it. I like baking bread, and when I make a loaf for Tapas I usually get one slice, which is all I need. Cause otherwise I could eat the whole loaf in one day.
OK, maybe a day and a half.
Pico de Gallo
I had to make it, just had to.
This loaf turned out very well, I was pleased
I will tell you all about my adventures making these in another post.
Look at that pretty bowl. The red makes it 'pop'.
These was so good. Russell is a chef and he created these. It took seconds for them to disappear.
The herring was so good. I love Herring anyway.
And then there were the desserts...
We had lots and lots and lots of desserts.
Key Lime Pie Bars.
Well, that's the roundup for this month, I washed the wine glasses, wiped it all up and except for memories, there's no trace of a party today.
I'm going to go relax now, before I get into the next thing I need to make.