I've never heard of "opah", Steve
, so I googled it. Interesting that it is warm-blooded. Now, more importantly, how does it taste? It looks lovely...
Originally Posted by GotGarlic
Did I miss something? Where are you going?
Dinner sounds yummy
Before I answer you, congratulations to you two lovebirds on your anniversary. The menu for that restaurant looks wonderful, although lamb would not be my first choice. I saw that the gumbo was served with "pecan rice". Hmm, I'll have to try that with gumbo the next time we have some (I still have a precious quart in our freezer).
Heading to OH to see our progeny. We were going to leave tomorrow so that we could all be together to celebrate my 65th! birthday on Monday (Bourbon Street Barrel Room
- yum). Then we realized that trash pick-up is Monday and we have a VERY full can of increasingly smelly garbage. We'll leave after the garbage guys come by, eat along the route, then celebrate with the kids later on in the week. We'll be there between one and two weeks - basically, until our daughter is tired of putting up with Mom under her roof.
Thanks for the "yummy". I took a fork full of the bean mixture and thought it was good. I found a small piece of fresh mozz that will be tossed into our servings, along with some English cucumber, since those two foods would probably go mushy cut-up and stored. Enough bean mix for more than two servings. Of course.