Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Boat Club for January

So...
It was another great night of food, fellowship and fun last night.    Yup, it was our monthly Boat Club potluck.  Boat Club is hosted by friends of ours who are members of our local Boat Club and they are gracious and generous enough to invite us and many others to meet once a month, partake of great food and visit.   Which is a good thing.
Maybe not for the waistline, but that's OK.

And last night was no exception.   Lots and lots of food but we did seem to have a theme.   It was a Wings kinda night.

I made Wings, and so did a couple of others.
But since I mentioned Wings, I'm going to actually tell you about some of the other dishes.
For starters.
Stuffed Jalapenos
 And then there was this totally delicious Hummus, with had a very distinct Rosemary overtone.  And I loved it.

And then there's Santa with his pineapple
 And last, but not least Deviled Eggs.  Which I did not get a chance to taste.  By the time I got down there, they were gone.
Next up, we had all kinds of veggies and salads.   This salad with lovely big chunks of Feta.

And this Salad, I do love a red onion in a salad.

 We had some Spinach Balls
 And there was this dish, which I didn't realize was Golden Beets until I tasted them, so good.
Broad Beans and Red Potatoes. 
 And some Cornbread to go with them.
And then there were the meat dishes:
Pork Tenderloin
 Chile with wieners
 Sauerkraut and Pork with Potatoes
And this pasta dish with Chicken.
And there's always one dish, I didn't get a good shot of the Sausage Balls, I managed to taste one, and it was really good. I did say something about Wings, didn't I?

 I made two kinds of wings.  One with some Coconut Mango Sauce, which is one our local store carries.  And the other side was a Sweet Hot Chili and Lime sauce.
 And then there were some Grilled Chipotle Wings
We did have a lovely selection of desserts as well.
Chocolate Cake with Caramel Frosting  
 Chocolate Cake, and I apologize for the odd color, but my camera has issues with reds and browns.
 Cookies, Danish Cookies at that.  
 Turtle Pie
 Apple Upside Down Cake
 And I think this was a Key Lime Pie.
It was all 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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