Whenever I am tempted to think that we attract 60 people to our house for dinner because Roger and I are so popular, I remember what happens to the food. Here’s before–
Gracious thanks go to Morgan Doane, who is my co-hostess most supper clubs; Colleen Squires (photographed here with Roger), minister of All Souls Community Church, who gave a lovely and very apt blessing before our plant-based meal…
And Ryan McCarthy, for gamely passing around appetizers–until they were all gone–and refilling the water bottles. We needed you, Ryan!
And you wouldn’t be seeing these photos if it weren’t for my talented niece, Katie Hutchins, who took the photos. Thank you, Katie! (she was so tuckered out at the end of the night, she took the last snaps lyihg down.
What a delightful evening we had! Caution…do not look at these photos if you are hungry. .
I often think about all the new friends we have met during our two year supper club journey. It’s so nice to think that you have all made new friends, too, as well as introduced us to your old friends.
Oh, before I close, Sophie wanted me to remind you that this is the treat cupboard… (I would rather you not use it, but the dogs were so good at our last gathering, I had to honor her request).
Supper clubs are a lot of work for dogs, too…
If you somehow missed the file of recipes shared, visit it here
I’m sorry to report that this was one turkey that also didn’t live past Thanksgiving. Several supper club members viewed Shandy Longcore deconstructing it and raving about how much she’s taken to juicing lately. They can’t all be spared, I’m afraid.
See you soon at San Chez Tapas Bistro for our full-on plant-based (with gluten-free options) holiday party!