I know it’s post-Christmas, but I will linger because the season is fleeting and I didn’t get to share the incredible meal my brother and sis-in-law created.
The little foodies and I went to my brother’s house to trim the tree a couple of weeks before Christmas. In addition to having a fun time, we had a delicious Pork Loin Stuffed with Fuji Apples served with a delectable wine, of which I know nothing but here’s a photo of the label.
My oldest nephew, who is approaching two years old, is appropriately all a-blur because he’s in constant motion and drawn to anything made of glass or fire.
The kids and I made two desserts, brought one with us, and ate the other later. That may sound selfish, however there was good reason. Halfway through the recipe for Chocolate Pie, I realized the eggs weren’t going to be cooked and may pose a slight threat to my baby nephews. So we whipped up a substitute pie, and all was well. And though the risk was great, we foodies devoured that dangerous pie and were the happier for it.