We filmed another episode of the cooking show over the weekend.
Still climbing my way up that steep learning curve, but having fun along the way! I didn't forget any ingredients this time around, but I did forget to take pictures when we were through.
We were already eating French onion soup and enjoying rum punch when I remembered about the pictures.
So I made the rounds, checking out all of the half-eaten bowls to see if there was perhaps ONE bowl that I could get a decent picture of. Mr. Terrific's bowl was the most photogenic, a fact which I found really puzzling, because he loves French onion soup more than anyone I know and I would have expected him to have been a bit further along than the rest of us.
And it was then that I realized that he was on his second bowl. I made six bowls, there were only five of us there taping, and he hated to see that last bowl of soup go to waste.
Click on the titles under the pictures to be taken to the recipes!
Fortunately, I was able to take a picture of the chicken and the salad before we dug in. If you're wondering what the large round thing on the right is, it's a caperberry, which is what capers turn into when they are full grown. Capers being the immature buds of the caper bush.
Little bit of an agricultural lesson there for you!
And last but not least....
Mmmmm. The rum punch was also half-gone by the time I took pictures, but that's because we started drinking it as soon as it was made.
A great big thanks to my friend, Gayle, for graciously assisting me, and whose love of capers and rum punch inspired our menu for this show.