We had a delightful gourmet lunch yesterday thanks to the wonderful chefs - Joanne H.; Michelle L and Ellen G.
The Scotch Eggs were one of my favorite items. I've never tried one and have always been intrigued by them (but not enough to go to the work involved).
Jenny's Onion Tarts were delicious!
What's not to like about Bangers and Mash with a delectable onion gravy?
Who wouldn't want to eat some Watercress Prevents Scurvy Salad? It's so hard to educate those 18th century Highlanders about the importance of eating their greens!
The Salted Butterscotch Shortbread was so yummy. Mmmm.
Finally, the Chestnut Tarts were scrumptious. Here's a picture before the dollop of homemade whipped cream and strawberries were added.
Finally, we had Jenny's Everyday Bread, some beverages, and finished with some coffee with dessert. Everyone enjoyed the theme. I've been part of this Daytime Gourmet group from the Westport Young Woman's League for ten years. That's about 100 different meals over the years. Sometimes it's challenging to come up with a new idea or theme for lunch. Going with a book series, TV show or new ethnic food is always fun. A few of us wore costumes.
After dessert we even enjoyed playing with our Scottish Bulldogs (OK, English Bulldogs).
If you'd like to try your very own Outlander themed meal - please feel free to use my signs with quotes for each food item from the book series (courtesy of Diana Gabaldon and Outlander Kitchen).