Sunday, November 6, 2016

Sometimes Small, Sometimes Crowded, Always Good

On October 24, most of the people who come to Cornbread Supper sometimes came all at the same time, along with interested—and most welcome—newcomers. Sometimes that happens: groaning table, lots of talk and laughing and slamming of doors and conviviality.

Sometimes the table has bare spots, and people can sit and eat in two seating areas, max. The meal may not be exactly balanced, but there is enough. More talking, laughing, conviviality.

It's all good. Here's a beauty of a dish brought on October 24:

 It's Sue McKaig's "Sweet Potatoes & Squash w/Honey, Cinnamon, S&P, Olive Oil with Currants splashed with Ouita's Bourbon-Sorghum Dressing"

A few others (according to the left-behind food description slips people so kindly complete for each other):
  • Roasted Asparagus w/ Curry Horseradish Spread
  • Vegan Farmers Market Veg over Anson Mills rice . . . . Sour Cream
  • Black Bean & Turnip Green Soup
  • Butternut Squash, Thyme, Basil from our garden
  • Massaged Kale Salad + Sweet Potatoes
  • Potato Soup, Onions, Evap. Milk, Butter, Rosemary
  • Vegetable Fried Rice
  • Rotisserie Chicken
  • Squash, Green Tomatoes, Garlic, Onion, Spices
  • Wild Rice
  • Apple Cranberry w/Pecans
  • LASC Persimmon Pudding; contains nut, gluten free, with Whipped 1/2 Sour Cream
  • Pound Cake w/Lemon Glaze 
All foods and drinks always welcome. 

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