A blog chronicling my departure from urban life on the east coast to sheep farm and cheese making life on the west coast. Still recounting the meals I have eaten in my new setting, but with more sheep thrown into the mix.
Wednesday, August 29, 2012
Dogs, Sardines, Hummus, Meat and Goodness
Another day at the lake was spent in one fashion or another. At some point Arthur the dog took up residence in this chair. I found it worth a photograph.
This night's meal was prepared by A.'s portion of the family with assists from others I think. V. and A. were in charge of creating a massive amount of grilled pita bread to complement the sardine, anchovy, olive, hummus and feta spread that preceded the dinner.
I liked the sardines more than the anchovies. This was in large part due to the tiny anchovy bone that lodged itself in the roof of my mouth.
And I was also surprised by the chipotle hummus's surprising tastiness.
This canoe and I had a very unfortunate time together on my last night at the lake. I may write about it. I may not.
Good stuff this. Couscous, lamb, sausage. Also homemade harissa that had a very pleasant kick.