We went to Saint Joseph’s for mass where they knew the priest. They always seem to know the priest but that’s another story. The church was full of families - I have never seen so many kids at mass before. It gave the whole service a lively and spring like energy, even if the weather wasn’t cooperating.
J.’s sunrise hash with pork belly, asparagus and a poached egg
Dee Dee’s goat cheese scramble.
And Liz went with the savory sausage bread pudding. But sorry Liz no picture (blame your dad). The sandwich and potatoes were delicious, qaulity bread is always a good place to start. By the looks of the other clean plates at the table the feeling was mutal.
For dinner, BIG plans on the menu for Easter dinner, goat. Yes. Goat. Despite my skeptical looks I was assured that it tasted a lot like lamb. But just to be sure we added, ham, asparagus and ravioli.
We had a few more friends join us and bring a few treats to complete the meal. A lovely salad from Heather, cheese and crackers from Sam and turkey meatballs from Kenz and Eric.
The Easter bunny even stopped by.
And the verdict on the goat? It actually was pretty good. I’m not sure I’ll be making it on a Tuesday night but for an occasion it was kind of fun.