Happy Memorial Day, even though it’s a little late. We spent the day, actually almost the whole weekend, at Tahoe, which is our habit. This year, though, we had no family with us. It was just Yes!Chef!, me and Obie T. Dogg.
It’s always surprising to both Yes!Chef! and me when people sing such high praises for Yes!Chef!’s food. Yes, his food is quite tasty, but it is usually simple food. But we frequently hear things such as, “This is the best chicken I have ever had,” and “What did you put on this to make it so flavorful?” (answer is usually salt), or “What can I do to make my food taste like this?” and finally, “Will you adopt me?”
A few more appetizers to add to our three part series about the Wedding Shower and then we’ll move on to other things. Not to say that these last two “bites” are to be dismissed. I definitely think you should try them. Once is so simple that you will wish you would have thought of it sooner.
As promised, here is more of the food that Yes!Chef! prepared for his daughter’s wedding shower: Blue Cheese and Pistachio Wrapped Grapes. If you have never made these before, this is the time of year to try these. They are cool and refreshing, sweet, crunchy and spicy.
I am of the opinion that bright colors make everything look better, but these blue cheese wrapped grapes rolled in a spicy pistachio mixture goes particularly well with the bright colors that we used at my daughter’s wedding shower. Her maid of honor brought roses, gerbera daisies and white flowers to decorate our home for the shower. The bright green pistachios seemed perfect with this color scheme.
What kind of dad would Yes!Chef! be if he didn’t make all the food for his only daughter’s wedding shower? Well, he would still be a good dad. And his daughter would still love him dearly. But he wouldn’t have as much fun and the food at her shower would not be as tasty.