This was a full on deep down south Louisiana par-tay ya'll. At an event like this, there will be lots of eating and lots of drinking. There was so much delicious food to eat, it could've easily been mistaken for Thanksgiving dinner. On the menu: Deer & Sausage, as well as, Beef Roast Rice and gravy, Corn Mach choux, Macaroni & Cheese, Greek Pasta, Green bean casserole, desserts galore, homemade queso, and more alcohol flowing than a college kegger. Guess what I did? I enjoyed myself. I wrote myself a free pass. Sometimes, you just got to indulge. FYI- the party's hostess is one of the best cooks I know. You don't pass up that Louisiana hospitality and down home Cajun cooking. My momma didn't raise no fool. The only thing I feel really guilty about eating are those three cookies that smuggled their way into my mouth over the course of the evening. I ate dinner, but didn't over serve myself, and brought my new go-to Krystal Light Daiquiris to drink. Deer & Sausage gravy cooking on the outdoor burner. Lawd-day this was down right delicious!
The family that hosts this party every year, are the kind of people you meet and three minutes later you honestly feel you've known them your entire life. They don't meet strangers, only new friends. My husband and I feel very lucky to be considered "adopted members" of their tight clan. Here I am with the party's hostess, bomb diggity cook, and one seriously sweet lady!
Lawd-day did we have fun ya'll. Now it's time to get back on track. I saw this e-card this morning. I hope none of you are considering allowing this to happen to you! This is funny in that wait a second, no it's not, round about way.