Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Boat Club for September

Another month, another Boat Club gone.     We had a pretty light turnout this month, but that's OK, we still had some awesome food.

I was in the 'big city' most of the day and really didn't think I would get back in time for the event, but I did.  And since I didn't have time to make anything special, I fell back on an easy thing.  I made Hummus.  Plain old Hummus. 
 Just puree some one can Cannellini Beans together with 1/2 cup Tahini, add 1/2 tsp. salt and serve with some Pita Crackers or some other crackers.  Very simple and quick.

 I did drizzle a little Sesame Chile Oil and Sesame Oil on top for flavour, and served it with some gluten free crackers.  
To the right was some more Hummus, but I didn't get a clear (read unfuzzy) shot of it. 
As for the rest...

Creamy Gazpacho with Toppings.   Apparently this is a different take on regular Gazpacho, I wouldn't know, I just know I want this recipe as well from Kathy.   I could just eat this alone for dinner, breakfast, a snack.   

 Stuffed Jalapeno's .  Perfection in every bite.   I love these.  A little sausage, a little cream cheese, and YUM.   Thanks Quinn and Cheryl Ann  for these and the chicken wings below. 
My mom's favorite part of the chicken were the wings, and I know why.   They're my favorite part as well.  And these were done beautifully.   Tender and moist. 

 Curried Chicken Pot Pie in Phyllo, as well as some wrapped in Puff Pastry.   Leon comes up with some fun stuff.   And I do dearly love my curry.  So, this was a winner for me.   
The only problem is that I now have a craving for Curry Chicken and Rice.  

And if you read here, you know I love Mexican Food, and Roberta made an awesome Enchilada Casserole.   I don't think there were any leftovers.   She's going to share the recipe with me, cause this one will be a hit at my house. 

 Danes love their Pickled Beets, we do and Harriet made some that were so good, I could have eaten the entire dish. 
 Jon brought his Apple Salad.  So good, and good for you as well.

And you can't forget Dessert.      Nothing like a satisfying cupcake.  Perfect hand held morsels.
So there you have it.    Our Boat Club wrap up for September.    Gotta start thinking about next month now.    But I have time...
Sidsel Munkholm - Author
Sidsel Munkholm - Author

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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