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Food Challenge #7 Results, #8 Reveal

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Last week's food challenge was fondue, and my honey really outdid himself. Valentine's Dinner started with a smooth, delicious cheese fondue with apples, pears, and strawberry walnut bread. It was the perfect way to start a meal - it was so good I had to stop myself from eating it all because I knew I'd be too full for the remaining 2 courses.

Next came beef, chicken sausage, mushrooms and a Coq Au Van fondue. It was amazing! It was so flavorful and I love the way fondue meals make you take your time.

Dessert did not disappoint. MIRAGE727 picked up a fondue fountain. We had several kinds of fruits to dip into this dark chocolate fountain. It felt so decadent, and yet I knew it was all healthy ingredients.

This was by far the best Valentine's Dinner I have ever had and a certain restaurant chain needs to step up their game or my hubby could put them out of business. Thanks, Darling!
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Since Valentine's Day, our granddaughter spent the weekend with us and Mirage has been sick. Because we're doing a half marathon this coming Sunday (our 3rd in 3 months), he has requested to opt out of this week's challenge which I completely understand. So, Mirage's 2013 Weekly Food Challenge will resume next Monday. I hope everyone has a great week!


Member Comments About This Blog Post:
MIRAGE727 2/19/2013 9:01PM

    Thanks for the kitchen pass, Hon! I WILL make it up to you big time in the next challenge!

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KERRYG155 2/19/2013 6:00PM

    Sounds great! Hope Mirage is feeling much better now and able to compete in that race.

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NATPLUMMER 2/19/2013 4:45PM

    It sounds fabulous!!
It's definitely wise for MIRAGE727 to opt out pre-race. He needs to rest up.

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