Let The Dining Begin (Page Two)
Our Executive Chef is ready to show us the fruits of his labors... Of course, the kitchen may never be the same
Donna is first!
The time for a nap has past!
Mom sets up a picnic for the boys!
Meanwhile back at the "adults" table
It suddenly gets very quiet!
Enjoying the day! (Thanks Bob for the picture)
"We are here today! This is really good!"
Capturing the moment
To the salads!
The chef always eats last.... Wants to make sure everyone is still well!
Mom gets to escape!
Who does this remind you of?
"Yes indeed... I always mix my red wine with Orange Crush!"
Vicky contemplates the wine/crush mix!
Did You Know? - In 1911, Clayton J. Howel, president and founder of the Orange Crush Company, partnered with Neil C. Ward and incorporated the company. Ward made the recipe for Orange Crush. Howel was not new to the soft drink business, having earlier introduced Howel's Orange Julep.
Soft drinks of the time often carried the surname of the inventor along with the product name. Howel sold the rights to use his name in conjunction with his first brand; therefore, Ward was given the honors: Crush was first premiered as Ward's Orange Crush.
Originally, Orange Crush included orange pulp in the bottles, giving it a "fresh squeezed" illusion even though the pulp was added rather than remaining from squeezed oranges. Pulp has not been in the bottles for decades.
"I think he is just teasing
Joe is attempting to master the famous "Amy Look"!
Time for sharing...
Bob is surrounded by "Beauty and The Beast"
Eaten with chopsticks, there are zero calories!
Where is the Cookie Monster when you need him?
Brian relates a story....
Time to laugh and giggle
David is wondering who all these people are!?
Our most gracious hostess serves tea... Wow!
Brian explains Tea Etiquette
A test will be administered in the near future
Donna thinks she is sneaking a taste!
Caught by the camera!
Did You Know? - “I like to listen. I have learned a great deal from listening carefully. Most people never listen.” – Ernest Hemingway