Suzie made 70 chocolate pieces, decorated in spices Chef Jaeger brought, for the lobster dish. I got a photo, just before they started piling things on top of the plaque to obscure her three hours of hard work. She was slightly disgruntled, but I was told the chocolate was noticeable in the taste, at least.
Yesterday was the Maryville Farmers' Market, and Krissy was up all night baking for it. Her bread is always the hit of the market every Saturday, with folks lining up an hour ahead of time. I just had to share the photos I took of her product before Jeff took it to market.
And Krissy herself, making doughnuts. The unglazed ones on the back of the left hand sheet tray were for us. We eat far too much sugar, just tasting what we make, so when we don't have to eat sweets, we take advantage.
That said, we did all manage a bite of the gorgeous Banana Pudding Cupcakes with peanut butter frosting and brown butter caramel the Sarah made for the group's lunch yesterday. I leave with that parting shot. Please do not drool on your computers!