Monday, August 24, 2009

Cat's meal. Salmon (what else would a Cat eat) and Borsch.

M&M's potato salad.

Bunny's buckwheat salad.

Sister's cabbage rolls.

Kitty's beef stroganoff and borsch with a Ukraine beer.
I was the only one who ordered a beer and it was passed around the table like medicine. A teaspoon for each one who dared. I was not driving so I had the luxury of drinking a beer.
I entertained my fellow art venture pals with Jen's rooster joke and the book, Spoken Music. I read my poem as the devotional and several of the ladies pass the book around to read and look at the photos. Remember Prince and I had nine photos in the book and he had the back cover. See photo on the sidebar.
A Taste of Russia was fun with our art group, but I would not go back for the food.


Small City Scenes said...

Wow, what a feast!! Everything looks so yummy. Of course there had to be Salmon and I will take a teaspoon of Beer. A lovely time I would imagine. MB

LZ Blogger said...

Lady Di ~ I don't know about that meal. It all looks OK, but some of those names are a little different. I couldn't see an M&M's in the potatoes though! te he! ~ jb///

Jeanette said...

gday Lady Di,All the food looks so lovely ill try the Salmon plse. and I always have a drink when im out, and only 2 drinks if im driving..that is brandy and dry or a wine, A beer in summer..
pleased you got a laugh at the rooster joke. I had a giggle as i read it..a good time was had by all.

Lady Di Tn said...

I thought mine looked good but it was rather BLAND. Maybe that is how food taste in Russia. I enjoyed our waiter as I love to hear English spoken with an accent. Also, NO BREAD was served and again I do not know if this is a custom or not. As I stated the beer was the best part of the meal. Peace

Love your humor and take on the wording. Peace

I once was a professional drinker and could go out and have one or two but since becoming diabetic, I get a rush too soon now especailly with wine. We did have a grand time and it was the company that made the meal plus the beer. Peace