Crepe bars at weddings are ALWAYS a good idea. Toppings included: puddings, whip cream, fruit, caramel and hot fudge. See that beautiful jar filled with liquid? You guessed it, pink lemonade. The items on the below table are all that I need to survive. I told that to the catering service so I could get a few to-go boxes but they wouldn’t go for that idea.
Round 1 for me:
You know you are an excellent crepe maker when you put in too many toppings that you can’t roll it up.
Round 2 for me. Only difference was that I added more pudding, that stuff was good.
My BIL’s (the one that was living in Provo this winter) best friend got married yesterday. Billy and I were stoked to go the this friend’s reception and also spend quality time with our favorite comedian. Fun fact about this BIL… He just got elected as BYU Idaho’s student body president!
First try for a brother picture:
Billy learned his lesson for round two of brother pictures:
My favorite people just so happened to be close to where the reception was so that was our next stop.
Curly has this thing against smiling in pictures now, she has mastered the evil eye at a very young age.
I haven’t had a strong craving for anything (besides lemonade) in a while but yesterday one hit hard for some Mac and Cheese. Mac and cheese tastes even better when eaten at the counter surrounded by beautiful artwork. Billy is always in charge of making this meal because he does his own measurements for the butter and milk and it always turns out way better. I will ask him if he will someday share his secret recipe with you.
I kind of love eating dessert before dinner because then you just have to worry about getting too full to finish your dinner rather than your dessert.
Did you do student government/leadership when you were in school?
-In high school I was Student Body Assemblies, I put together some pretty random assemblies.
Married people: what foods did you serve at your reception?
Where did you get married or where would you have your DREAM wedding?
Are you craving anything today?