27
Aug
07

A Very Fun Saturday Night

Went to one of our favorite homes Saturday night for dinner.  Favorite for a lot of reasons. 

1.  We love who lives there—Duane and Todd and their kids Daniel and Mari.

Mari and Todd

Mari and Daniel

(Mari’s Minnie Mouse dress and Daniel’s Mickey hat and Disney shirt were their birthday outfits from a few weeks back.  Oh, I probably don’t have to tell you, but Mari is drinking grape juice.) 

2.  The food is always awesome. 

This time we had Thai Eggplant and Chicken curry

Duane's Thai Eggplant and Chicken Curry

with a Thai cucumber salad, which Duane has blogged about before.  He gave the recipe on his blog, and I can say I’m a big fan. 

Thai Cucumber Salad

3.  I’m crazy about their house.  I took pictures while we were there, but I forgot to shoot their house.  But don’t worry, we’ll invite ourselves back over so I can do that.   Because their place is like a country bed and breakfast, John and I talk about a having a family retreat out there one weekend where we spend the night, eat pop popcorn and watch movies.  Duane and Todd haven’t said no yet, so hopefully we can insinuate ourselves out there again as soon as possible.   

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4 Responses to “A Very Fun Saturday Night”


  1. August 27, 2007 at 3:50 pm

    Looks like fun! I’m going to have to give the Thai recipe a try – it looks very tasty!!

  2. August 27, 2007 at 4:18 pm

    I’m excited about seeing the house in person in
    December!
    : )

    That food looks amazing.

  3. August 27, 2007 at 4:43 pm

    We had so much fun having you guys over for a visit. Daniel really enjoyed Uncle John helping him build his train tracks and Mari had fun taking pictures with Uncle Troy’s camera.

    You know you are welcome anytime. What shall we eat next time beside popcorn? Maybe we can have a create your own pizza party. I’m going to hold you to it now!

  4. 4 crystal
    August 28, 2007 at 4:58 pm

    i have to remember you are a dual blogger.
    I am going to check out his recipe. I am wanting to experiment with more “ethnic” food. I’ve never liked that word. Isn’t all food ethnic to someone??


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