After a nice walk through the mall this afternoon (it was still raining , so we couldn’t go for a walk outside), we reconvened at my Aunt and Uncle’s house yet again. I started my evening by tasting a couple of different wines, but the Molly Dooker Shiraz was my favorite again tonight.
On the menu was my Grandpa’s very favorite meal: southern fried chicken with macaroni and cheese (and salad). Ok, so my pictures are terrible, so go visit Kath’s post.
Dessert was one of the most amazing bread puddings I have ever had…with a homemade caramel bourbon sauce…
After dessert, we enjoyed an Armagnac that was distilled in 1945.
We toasted to Pop and then decided we needed another taste…
So, we enjoyed a whisky from 1918. It was good, but it sure tasted antique. Regardless, drinking alcohol that was created before prohibition was a totally cool experience.
Such a wonderful evening filled with family!!