Friday evening brought together Ken and I plus Nancy
at Acorn Cottage and her daughter. As you can see we
went to an Orthodox Church for dinner.
The flyer from the church's webpage shows just a sampling of what they had on the menu. Ken and I
each enjoyed the Russian meal and Nancy and her daughter tried the Lebanese meal.
Our meal started with a vegetable type soup then there
was salad, a cabbage roll served on a bed of wild rice
and a slice of brown bread we also had a round puffy
pastry with powdered sugar on it. Deeeeelightful!
Nancy's meal had what she called "Lebanese meat
loaf", rice with green beans, salad, pita bread and
the same pastry Ken and I had.
Now you must realize that we were ALL stuffed to the
hilt BUT we made the supreme sacrifice and waddled
over to the "Pastry Sale." Some of the items available were: (see menu above)
Baklava (Greek and Syrian)
Russian Tea Cookies
Needless to say we had fun, we were full AND we took
home "to go boxes" full of goodies.
I can't wait for next year!
~Keep on Dreaming~
Melinda, that dinner sounds so good! And I love Baklava dripping with Honey!! I wanted to thank you for being a loyal reader of my blog and for your lovely comments. Have a beautiful week!ReplyDelete
ooh I love baklava! sounds divineReplyDelete
I'm still enjoying nibbling on the pastries! Aren't they just delicious? Everything all homemade and so fresh. What a treat. Had a great time! Thanks for inviting us!ReplyDelete
Melinda, It's 7:18 pm and my hubbie and I were in Spokane all day with our kids and grandkids. We're tired and hungry and, now that I've read your post, HUNGRIER than ever! Thanks for stopping by my blog today. Well, I really need to go make dinner! Baked cod, nuked yams, salad and a Bud. See ya!ReplyDelete
Yum. I love nibbling away at little things like that. By the way, the cushions are about 18-19 inches square. have a great week.ReplyDelete
i 'm sure it was good!i love this food a cakes ,but you eat sugar for a whole week! thank you for your visit , i'll see you tomorow have a good day. CATHERINEReplyDelete
Yummy--I sure do love good food. and that sounds like such a fun cultural experience! :) By the way, you won my birthday giveaway, so email me crazeescotts at msn dot com, and I'll get your socks to ya! :)ReplyDelete
That's a different idea ... cultural church dinners. Glad you enjoyed & had a great time.ReplyDelete
Have a warm wonderful week. TTFN ~ Marydon
Yum, sounds like my kind of party!ReplyDelete
Are you and Nancy new friends from blogging? or did you already know each other. How nice to meet for dinner. Yummy menu!ReplyDelete
One of my daughters had a hard time with the Green Tomato Cake too...she doesn't like any kind of fruit pieces in her cake. It is truly out of this world...
Maybe you'll give it a try???
Watching the mailbox for my giveaway...no pressure...just excited!
Thanks again, Carrie
Oooo... you wave some baklava at me, or cheese triangles, and I am THERE. I love all greek food.... lucky you!ReplyDelete
Nancy and I have been friends for awhile now.
We met when our husbands went to their 20th high school reunion. Nancy and her husband lived in California then, they moved back here
and we've been friends since. Now we blog.
I'm still not sure about the cake????
I'm working on getting your goodies to you--PT
is keeping me busy. Keep watching.
Oops forgot to say, thanks for visiting That Old House... and when it's time to tuck away the cauldron with the other Halloween dec, I'll pull out the flowers and the foam, and use them somewhere else!ReplyDelete
Or just put them in a big bag that I am going to keep other fake flowers in for safekeeping. I haven't really used any faux flowers for many years, so I'm starting from scratch!
Oh, yum. That sounds wonderful. I have an Armenian friend who makes loads of baklava for Christmas. :) That's reason alone to love his family!ReplyDelete