|Here we are back home. We bought some Lithuanian bread|
at the Russian Gourmet in Fairfax and will be trying it tonight.
|We miss Alice, who made us a beautiful salad to go with dinner|
|We drove from Fairfax to Ann Arbor today. |
The spring flowers there are considerably more advanced than here.
|Dinner on our last night in Fairfax: vegetables, scallops, and fish cooked on the grill.|
Blog post © 2021 mae sander
It seems I always leave hungry when I visit your blog, Mae. I'm so glad you were able to make that trip. I'm sure your family is, too. I would eat every bit of that salad and the veggies, but you may keep the scallops, even though I really like them.
It's been forever since I had rye bread and I love it. Yours looks delicious. I'm not familiar with that wine, but I'm not really a wine drinker, anyway. Thanks for sharing these beautiful photos, mouth watering food, and your wonderful trip with us for T this almost Tuesday. So glad you are home, but also glad you had a good time on your trip, dear.
It looks like from this post and others you had a wonderful trip Mae. And now you should be able to visit them again and not have to wait so long. Hope you have a wonderful T day. Hugs-Erika
Oh my- now you have truly made me hungry! My idea of a perfect meal- from the wine choice to the salad to the grilled veggies and fish. I could eat this every day:):) Glad you enjoyed a lovely weather day as well. happy T day!
Beautiful blooms and delicious looking food.
Happy Tea day,
Beautiful dinner on the grill! I agree with Elizabeth, I am leaving hungry! LOL
Happy T Day!
Now that is the way to make good use of the grill! Even the veggies! I’m impressed. Your granddaughter is lovely!
That looks like a wonderful dinner. Glad you are safely home. And at least you know visits are in your future.
Beautiful weather there! Glad that grill season has arrived there. We had some snow yesterday, not really cold, but it still amazed me that it snowed in April.
Oh. Ingo´d be there in a minute for that BBQ!
Sadly our balcony is too small for such a thing.
You leave me hungry.
You had such a wonderful trip!All that lovely food. I looked back on your blogs about Fairfax and the one shop that stands out for me is the pasty shop. They really look like Cornish pasties. Although they have all sorts of non-traditional fillings, I bet they were delicious.
I spot a Cotes du Rhone wine. One of my favorites. I haven't drank that in many years.
How was the Russian bread? It's rye bread, so will have been delicious.
The BBQ looks great. Yes, Spring has arrived.
That salad looks wonderful! And great to be able to enjoy food outside again! Happy T Day, stay safe, Valerie
Mae your food looks so delicious and the salad is so colourful and artistic.
Looks like you had a lovely day for your BBQ
Happy T Day
All of your food looks delicious! Your grill is a great size for a full meal. Happy T Tuesday!
Yes your blog does make me drool, like the others. I am glad you have a wonderful trip. I am ready to get out and about (safely). I love my home but it has become a bit of a prison.
Wow, that grill looks amazing with all the food cooking on it - so yummy 😀. Happy T Day wishes! Hugs, Jo x
It's great to visit and always noce to be home. Love the food photo on the grill and the lovely Alice and the salad.
Nothing beats the grill and Alice is a cutie!
Sounds like an wonderful trip and that grill is awesome! As is all the food on the grill. Take care and Happy T Day
Welcome home! I know you had a wonderful time and what a gift to be with your family. Everything looks delicious but the best part is the love!
Wow a feast for your last night. It really sounds like you had a great time. It is always nice to be home though. Enjoy.
Thanks, everyone, for the great and encouraging comments. We really hope that all of you will soon be able to be vaccinated and get out of the house more!
It looks as though you have been having a lovely time and being fed very well too! Great that you got to spend time with out family! Belated Happy T Day, Chrisx
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