This past weekend was more than a bit of a food fest!
It started with breakfast on Good Friday.
Champagne and OJ, hot cross buns, french toast (made from the last of the Christmas pannetone), bacon, and fruit.
We skipped lunch!
Mom was coming by for dinner. We planned a Polish feast in honour of Paul's heritage.
We started off with our new favourite cocktail - a ginger raspberry concoction.
Then we moved into the dining room for dinner:
We had three types of pierogies that we had bought at the Polish Market in Buffalo, salad, and Bigos - a Polish hunter's stew. I served warm rye bread with the stew. I know that Good Friday is supposed to be a non-meat day . . .opps. . . the stew had 6 types of pork in it.
After dinner we sat in the family room for dessert. Mom had made a Polish cake. A buttery cake topped with cherries.
If this is what Polish food tastes like I think I need to book a trip to Poland!