Just adding a little fresh cream.
About the whiskey evening
The dinner for the whiskey night on a very cold and infact snow fell too, evening was a great success and we had almost 90 people there so we had enough warm comfort food for them all and the whiskey well and truly warmed those who had the tastings.
We had lots of raffles and we had much laughter and not to forget the haggis (yes! haggis) it was very nice and cooked just right if I do say so myself. They feasted on roasted chicken 25 of them and baked potatoes in foil with sour cream, beans and carrots with haggis and chicken gravy. This was served to them all and then we had a huge banquet table filled with various desserts like custard tarts, cheese cakes, lemon sponges, pavlova, and many, many more to choose from.
We also had a surprise for Rob (my hubby) as this week he turns 60 years old so we had a huge cake with candles and he was duly embarrassed. The lights were turned off and he did not know what was going on but while the lights were off we all put on our hidden party hats and then when the lights came back on he was looking at a sea of party hats with people laughing and cheering..........then I took the cake out and we all sang "happy birthday" it was a good secret kept by all of the people there.
I am off now to see the many, many lovely friends I have not visited over the past two weeks.
O! and believe it or not the plumber is to be here this Monday! (I will believe it when I see it for sure)
This is my Saturday - warmed with the blessing of being safe and happy.