Of course a whole post on food and fun! Yes, Big Boy was for sale.
Let's start with breakfast, the most important meal of the day!
April and Harley, our wonderful hosts.
Pictures do not do the presentation or taste justice.
Here is the link below for my favorite the
Paul Prudhomme andouille sausage muffins. April did share her trick to use the frozen yeast muffins. She didn't add the egg on top, because of course she had an egg casserole that morning. (they are one picture up.) Can we say Grand Marnier bread pudding for breakfast? Yes and it was fabulous, along with everything else. Now we are ready to shop!
Lunch meant meeting at a pre-arranged field with tailgating. Only ladies from the South could put together a picnic lunch like these Yaya's did.
Our view... the cows had moved away out of the picture.
Calvin's chicken salad from Baton Rouge! Can I order it and have it shipped to Texas?
Pass the shrimp please and for dessert let's make toffee dip cookie sandwiches. Or how about brownies, shortbread cookies, chocolate chip, trail mix.
Lunch is served. More fields await, see you at happy hour.
On the porch for a pre-party with Jane and Lori and then onto Zapp Hall.
Sorry, a little out of order, wonderful restaurant in downtown somewhere, TX.
Have you been red doored? Jean what do you have under that table?
The two sister's that invited me on the trip, Jane and Amy, can't say thanks enough!
Round Top Part Three - Glass and trinkets and stuff
I'm linking with Show and Tell Friday, with My Romantic Home.