02
Mar
10

Our Dinner Last Night…

We have a wonderful little seafood market a little over an hour from our home.  Every once in awhile we make it over there and buy some fresh seafood.  Last night we got to indulge in some of that seafood.

We had Kusshi oysters, crab cakes, and broccoli for dinner.  It was so good.  Randy and I are missing the plethora of seafood we had at our fingertips in Myrtle Beach, but are lucky enough to have found a fresh seafood market smack dab in the middle of Kansas.  The owner is wonderful and so knowledgeable.  We also bought some crab and lobster stuffed mushrooms to have later this week.  She wrote down exactly how to prepare them which was great to know so I don’t mess them up.

It’s expensive, but so worth the money every once in awhile.  She knows where the seafood comes from, for example, the oysters are from either the east or west coast depending on which variety you choose. 

Tonight is Taco Soup from the freezer and Cornbread…yummy and easy…my favorite!

We are still bottle feeding baby lambs twice when we get home 5:30 and 8:30, and then again at midnight (usually).  This makes for short evenings and the need for quick and easy dinners.

Hope everyone is having a great day!

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1 Response to “Our Dinner Last Night…”


  1. 1 Roger & Brenda
    March 3, 2010 at 11:10 am

    Sounds Delicious!!!!!


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