The annual semi-formal dance was last night at the high school. The girls had a great time at the dance and I didn’t have to go pick them up! Definite benefit of having a licensed-to-drive daughter!
The food of Pig Out! (read here for the uniniated) As usual, we had an unbelievable spread for an afternoon of eating and laughing.
Included here: “cheesy poufs” – a recipe created a few years ago of shredded cheese and mayo (I think?) baked on slices of French bread, apricot salsa-cream cheese spread with pretzel crackers, crescent roll pinwheels with cream cheese and bacon, fresh veggie tray with ranch dip, fondue (my own thrown together creation made with cheddar, brie and gouda) with breadsticks, chips and dip and our perennial favorite:
chocolate-dipped strawberries! Mom added dried apricots to the mix this year. And this wasn’t everything! There were also bites of puff pastry and filo-dough creations and dough-wrapped cocktail weenies. I forgot to get a picture of the three kinds of homemade cookies we had. It was quite the afternoon of indulgence.
Recipe for creating your own “pig out”:
Combine people who have known and loved each other for over 30 years.
Add in pot luck style food of both savory and sweet.
Mix in laughter, tears, stories and hugs.
Stir well and enjoy!