35 (thirty-five) already?

Yes, it is that time of year again, when Bob and I celebrate our anniversary.  Thirty-five years!  We are living a 21st. century anachronistic life and proud of it!

The celebration will be low-key and done in home, but some of our favorites will show up on the dinner table:

  • Fresh garden salad
  • Roasted asparagus
  • Whipped potatoes with chives and butter
  • Lamb chops  rubbed with fresh minced rosemary,  garlic, lemon zest, and olive oil; aka – Greek style.   (We call these lamb pops  😉 )

Dessert?  Chocolate Cake with 7 minute frosting.  Easy and good!

Pictures?

Not yet!  😀

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29 thoughts on “35 (thirty-five) already?

    • Lynda says:

      Annie, I plan to if I can get everything made nicely, not necessarily professional looking, but looking edible… I have days like that in the kitchen, LOL! The hardest part will be the cake 😀

    • Lynda says:

      Yes! I (we) love them but won’t pay for them on a menu out. Too costly! Thankfully, they are half price if you do it yourself, and so easy to make. Thank you, Joan!

    • Lynda says:

      Simone, you would have been disappointed at all the changes I had to make at the last moment. But it certainly was delicious in spite of it. 🙂

  1. shoreacres says:

    How wonderful! The menu sounds delicious, and it’s great that you have such an auspicious occasion for it. Thirty five years is a long time — may there be many more! I did laugh at your reference to an anachronistic life style. I know exactly what you mean, and I know how wodnerful it can be. Enjoy!

    • Lynda says:

      Lori, unfortunately, Bob arrived late due to a long wait at the optometrists office (long story). So, the menu was abbreviated and switched up: Roasted asparagus, brown rice (already made and in freezer), Lamb chops as described, and fresh strawberry shortcake for desert. ALL delicious of course. Oh yes, and on a whim I squeezed fresh lemon juice (remember the lemon zest?) onto the asparagus when it came out of the broiler. Very good and it used up the lemon! 🙂

  2. LB says:

    Such a lovely post, Lynda!
    Happy Anniversary! The dinner sounds lovely, and I know you’ll enjoy every bite 🙂
    Very happy for you.

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