Friday, April 24, 2015

Home Again. Again!

How sweet it is!



 (And not just because my own personal chef is back in the kitchen where he belongs).



Along with his sous chef.



People often tell John he should open a restaurant.  But he always says he'd rather just cook for me. I've come to terms with that.  ;-)

Last night’s entree, pan-fried trout.




Topped with lovely golden brown almonds.



And fresh parsley and chives from the garden.



Add some whipped garlic potatoes and snow peas on the side, I dug in and almost made up for 4 months with no home-cooking.  What a feast!



I’ll spend the next few days moving out of the GDB, cleaning, doing laundry, and re-packing so she’ll be ready for the next trip.

Stay tuned!

19 comments:

  1. A welcome home feast, indeed! Wish I came home to someone who enjoys cooking. But, I'll take my someone who enjoys solving my computer problems. :)

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  2. What a yummy looking feast in the company of a personal chef and pooch!! More journeys to come I am sure!!

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    1. Oh yes! Like you, I'll be on the road again this summer.

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    1. Maybe you can meet John one day and he can whip up something yummy for you!

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  4. Bet it's nice to be home! That John is a keeper. Lets you roam the country and fixes a fancy dinner on your first night back.

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    1. Yeah, I might as well hang on to him. His warranty is expired anyway.

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  5. Oh my goodness! He IS a keeper!!!

    You really do have the best of both worlds -- on the road and off!.

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  6. I have enjoyed reading your adventures and will look out for your next trip. Thanks.

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    1. Thanks so much, Dave! Glad you came along!

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  7. Finally, after months on the road, a healthy meal. Is John counting the days till your next trip?

    Jim

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    1. LOL! I just asked John if he is counting the days. He quickly said "No!". Then muttered under his breath "One ... two ...".

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  8. I enjoyed following your trip! Why not bring that cute dog with you, a la RVSue and crew? The Eat Pray Love author, Liz Gilbert said her husband believes a woman's place is in the kitchen drinking wine while he cooks! (She found this wonder guy in Bali!) Keep us posted on your next trip. That casino was a better-than-average casino.

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  9. That looks absolutely fabulous! I"m sure you'll enjoy being home until it's time for another trip.

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  10. A man like John? His warranty will NEVER expire!.. Fab looking dinner, gotta love a man who cooks. Glad you made it home safely - see you next time! Pets to Doris. :)

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  11. Good luck with the clean out. Looking forward to your next adventure

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  12. Welcome Home!!! That meal looks delicious :-)

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