Tonight's dinner

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Turned out to be a glorious day after all. It was raining in the morning so the people at the farm had set the tables up inside - a change of venue. The house is very "live" acoustically so it got pretty loud but the dinner was incredible and the other people were a lot of fun to talk with. About 35 tonight. The menu:

    • Appetizer: Nijiseike Asian Pears with goat cheese (from their own goats) and a beet and ginger sauerkraut.
    • Salad with Kale, Mustard, Lemon Sorrel, Fennel, Licorice Mint, Orange Mint, Nasturtiums with roasted hazelnuts and three Apples: King, Stardew and Crab
    • Winter Squash curry - rice coconut milk and garden vegetables
    • Homemade Linguini - three colors with Egg, Nettle and Beet pasta served with olive oil, sage, rosemary, thyme, basil, sproting broccoli, red pepper and cherry tomatoes.
    • Pumpkin Crunch with freshly made whipped cream.

Talk about yummy - I love sauerkraut and the combination of flavors with the shredded beets and ginger was incredible. I have two gallons of kraut fermenting in the fridge made from the  Filderkraut cabbages I bought from a local farmstand. Going to have to put up a gallon of this stuff too - wonderful taste. The nettle pasta was delicious too. Great flavor.

DId not stop off for a beer on my way home - feeling very mellow from the dinner and company and didn't feel like sitting in a bar. Pop open a nice bottle of wine and have some of that instead.

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