Mother’s Day Success


So, I cooked for my mother on mother’s day as I had mentioned. Let me just say, I was rather pleased with the results. See all of my pictures within. Although, I will not lie and say that it was smooth sailing. I encountered a few glitches along the way–with the first one being changing panna cotta recipes and my panna cotta not setting properly. I had to change plans the morning of mother’s day and make a deliciously creamy baked custard instead. My second glitch was when the shrimp, in my shrimp appetizer supreme took a little longer than it should to cook. I had planned for dinner to start at 6. Well, it started at 6:10. Not bad, right? The dinner did manage to go over smoothly after that. I will say my mother is pleased. And people who say the images think that I should open up my own catering business. I just might do that.


My mother likes her lamb medium-well. I like it well done and done in sea salt and black pepper.


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Cooking lamb is a tricky process–especially the rack of lamb part.

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This was delicious. You can never have to much shrimp (2 pounds baby–right here!!)

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Do you have dreams of creamy bliss the way I do? Then baked custard is certainly for you.

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