Friday, January 29, 2010

January 25, 2010

Lady Apples from Reed Valley Orchard
We had a small group on this chilly night, a bowl of petite Lady Apples -- oldest known heirloom apple variety -- that were gifts from Reed Valley Orchard, where they grow the apples but do not have enough of them to sell. Apples almost seemed to be a theme for this Supper, showing up in a couple of savory dishes and gracing one of the surprisingly large array of desserts. Interesting, and delicious.

We had:

Mac & Cheese, Gruyere, White Cheddar
Split Peas: Salt, cayenne, Marmite, diced onion (raw), sour cream, half & half
Sausage and Cabbage
Chleb - Czech Peasant Bread
Fresh Lady Apples, a gift from Reed Valley Orchard. World's oldest known apple
Kentucky Black Skillet/Hot Water Cornbread; vegetarian; no gluten
Apple Noodle Kugel
Apple-Cornmeal Cheddar Tarte Tatin; vegetarian; contains gluten
Real, Fresh Whipped Cream
Mocha Butter Balls
Chocolate-White Chocolate Cake
Kentucky Black Skillet/Hot Water Cornbread

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