21. Last Chance
At the end of the entry for Dinner #20, I mentioned Nigel Slater's Tender as a major source of inspiration. Due our awfully rainy spring, most August veggies and fruits were late. We missed out on doing SR in August because I was gone for 2 weeks in the middle of it (see previous entry). This was serendipitous, as this early September Secret Restaurant was scheduled for a hot-as-Hades weekend, with peaches and figs and tomatoes in full force. To plan the menu we basically spent time reading what Mr. Slater had to say about the ingredients we hoped to work with, and chose some exciting recipes as the jump off point. Once again, major inspiration credit is due to Nigel. As a disclaimer, however, we did make a point to do something unique with each dish. We ate outside on the porch, knowing it was probably our last chance.
21. Last Chance
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