Let's have desert first.
How about some cheese cake with a blackberry/blueberry sauce? The crust on this cake is crushed pretzels instead of the usual graham cracker crust.
I wrinkled my nose at this news during the making ... but the results were wonderful!
SO wonderful that I had another piece the next day at breakfast to verify my original opinion.
Bear has a nose for good food.
Above you can see the main course, which was kind of a philly steak sandwich, but baked in french bread dough with mushrooms, swiss cheese, onions and peppers. There was also a pepperoni and cheese creation.
Yes, I tried both.
I liked the Philly one the best.
The part I really was stoked about was the potato salad concoction filling the lettuce leaf on that plate. I didn't make any of this food so I can't give details, but it was herby, sourcreamy, delicious. I told Mrs. FC to write down what ever she did as it was spectacular. You could give me that and the tossed salad below and I would be a happy herbivore.
Above is the reason I cut my kayaking short last Sunday ... well, this food and the wonderful people waiting to enjoy it with me.
Lasagna, Tossed Selmo Salad, Garlic/herb bread, and Texas Sheet Cake.
I did NOT want to be late for that meal!
It was delicious and even with 7 of us, there was still a leftover pan of lasagna that we were able to deliver to a single mom friend of ours who is battling cancer.
Maybe that was the sweetest desert of all.