The Result:A little anti-climatic. Everyone had seconds, except James who said, "You don't have to add this one to your recipe box."
This post isn't really about the mediocre Jigg's dinner...it's about facing those stupid, irrational, often times ridiculous fears. The meal was a breeze. What was stopping me all these years, from even trying? I eyed that illusive recipe down and I showed it who's boss.
Next year I will make another Jigg's dinner. Between now and then I will track-down June's recipe to share with all of you.
Oh man...I went all-out on the bread. I was in the Sylvania area yesterday and I stopped at this bakery that I've always wanted to visit, but I'm normally too busy. What can I tell you, it was a day of firsts. They have samples. Warning: Once you've sampled you are bound to buy...which is exactly what I did. Garlic Cheese Bread served with the meal and Apple Crumble for dessert and breakfast this morning.
And of course, a beer for the Irish in me.
A slice of green lime.
Chick-sized for spring and summer.
So, what's holding you back in the kitchen...in life?
Isn't it high time you show it who's boss?
"Nothing is impossible in Him."