With Tuesday night's dinner being as bad as it was, it wasn't long before I began yearning for a proper dinner to erase the regretful memory from my mind... Last night, David delivered just that.
|Getting ready to pop the cork.|
David texted me earlier, that evening, to ask if he could "make a nice dinner tonight." I acquiesced.
Later that evening, I popped open the bottle of Perrier-Jouët, which I had brought home on our anniversary, and we chatted and enjoyed champagne while David readied dinner.
|Thoroughly enjoying the Perrier-Jouët!|
We began our meal with homemade pea soup, which looked delightfully springlike, served with hearty whole grain crackers.
|David's pea soup|
For the main course David served: haricots verts in whole grain mustard dressing and scalloped potatoes topped with freshly grated parmesan cheese.
|Haricots verts in whole grain mustrard|
|David's scalloped potatoes|
For dessert, we simply had chocolate chip cookies and finished the rest of the Perrier-Jouët... while David made his very own Perrier-Jouët bow tie:
At the end of dinner, I commented on finally being redeemed from Tuesday night's awful dinner; David's response: "You need me around to keep your taste level elevated!"