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Tuesday, April 25, 2017

BIRTHDAY FEAST

Thanks to all of the relatives and friends who remembered my birthday yesterday.

'Course I prompted many of those wishes with my blog post of April 24th.

And for those wondering what type of celebration I had I can tell you today that it all took place within the walls of our home.

I am extremely fortunate to live with one of the great cooks of the world so why go out to a restaurant, right?

Judy, aka SWMBO, started us off with a delicious new recipe for a fresh pea soup, topped off with Mexican crema and mint leaves.


Devastatingly delicious!

Then the main entrée . . . mussels and mussels and mussels, cooked and served in a garlic and white wine sauce.


Typical of the honoree, he forgot to take a photo until there were only the discarded shells left.

After a bit of rest in front of the television and Antiques Roadshow . . . (hmmm, I wonder why she chose that program) . . . the meal was topped off with wedges of a scrumptious carrot cake, my favorite.


Just another great meal.

Now as to my luck with the lottery, considering that it was my 77th birthday, I bought two tickets but we'll have to wait until tonight and tomorrow night to see how they'll work out.

13 comments:

  1. Bruce, good for you,

    Steve

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  2. Sounds delicious, would be especially good with clams insread of muscles, but muscles will do

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  3. Everything looks good, especially the carrot cake.

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  4. Did you not say, recently, that SWMBO wasn't talking to you? Good food is a very good way of talking! My congrats to the other great cook in the world.

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    1. Oh that silent treatment only lasted one day. She couldn't resist my charming personality!

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  5. May your birthday last the whole week long!

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  6. Sorry we couldn't share that beautiful feast with you. Good luck with the lotto...

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  7. Well...it's not gas station fried chicken. But it looks scrumptious enough for those with refined tastes.

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  8. I love mussels and usually order them when I see them on a menu. I think you got a better birthday dinner than you would have at a restaurant.

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  9. Ahh, mussels in wine sauce, a bite or two of bread to sop up the juice, right?

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  10. Oh my, that sounds like a wonderful birthday dinner. I have a good recipe for fresh pea soup and I haven't make it in a long time. I think I'll remedy that since you've reminded me.

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  11. Glad you had a good birthday!

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