Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Boat Club for November 2016

It's been a few months since our last Boat Club potluck get-together, but the food was still fantastic and we got to meet some new people and I took lots of pictures.   Well, I missed a dish, sigh.
I thought I took picture of all the offerings, but as I downloaded them, I realized I missed getting a picture of some Sweet Potato Sausage balls.
Without further ado...
In honor of it being November, there was this totally awesome 'Turkey'.   
Turkey Vegetable Platter
And I made a Chunky Shrimp and Smoked Salmon Spread with Garlic Toast Crostini.  I will be sharing the recipe on Friday, if you can hang out that long.  Or just come on back and read all about it.  There were no leftovers.
Chunky Shrimp and Smoked Salmon Spread
We also had a Pizza, sorry for the color, my camera had to try and amp up the reds.
We also had some Potato Salad
Potato Salad
And Ravioli...
I really need to try my hand at making some.  I love Ravioli.

And some Ambrosia, or as one of the guests called it 7 cup Salad.  I love learning new names for dishes. This is one of the dishes I associate with November/December, cause it seems to be served around this time.
Ambrosia Salad
We also had a Sweet Potato Casserole.  ( I think I see a theme here)
Sweet Potato Casserole
But then we got some Brisket which derailed the theme a little.  
Along with the Asian Salad, which I took a picture of before the dressing and toppings got added.
There was dessert, and guess what we had.
Pumpkin Pie with whipped topping
Pumpkin Pie
And some Banana Pudding with Pecan Topping
Banana Pudding
Also some Chocolate Cake
Chocolate Cake
And I thought I'd leave you with one more shot of the Chunky Shrimp and Smoked Salmon Spread I made.
Cause I can, since it's my blog.
Chunky Shrimp and Smoked Salmon Spread
Remember the recipe will be shared on Friday. And I had a slight mishap when I was making the Crostini, but I'll tell you all about that on Friday as well.

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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