Sunday, February 12, 2012

Bee Night Fun

Friday night is Bee night and we always have a lot of fun. Roger insisted that I go this past Friday as it has been a VERY stressful week and he knew that I would feel better after spending some time with the girls.  He was right.

We started off at the Ghenghis Grill in Greenville.  It was packed but we found room to settle in and have some fun and great food.  We each were taken to the line of ingredients and given a quick overview by our server.  Then we each proceeded to fill our bowl with raw ingredients that would be later cooked and returned to us to enjoy.  Below is my bowl that I turned into be cooked.  I had sliced marinated beef, onions, zucchini, squash, mushrooms, broccoli and seasonings.  After your ingredients you chose your sauce.  I thought mongolian BBQ sauce would be good and I asked the girl behind the counter if it was which this chick said no.  Well let me tell you this chick doesn't do well with hot stuff and I am really a wimp with hot food......AND THIS SAUCE WAS HOT,HOT,HOT!!  I opted for fried rice to go with my dish.
 When you are done with all of your choices you are given a number and your bowl gets turned over to the cooks.
 I loved the cooking surface.  They had each dish divided with wooden planks.....kinda looks like a quilting pattern, dresden plate like.....hummmm
Someone at our table ordered an appetizer of edamame.  They were sauteed in olive oil and sea salt.  Tasty.
This is my bowl that I received back from the cooks.  Yum.....BUT HOT!  My poor mother got pretty much the same thing that I got so her mouth was also on fire. 
To cool off our mouths mom and I ordered the brownie to share....which came with ice cream......thank goodness for ice cream.  I brought the leftovers home for Roger.  I made sure to label it "hot stuff". 

After dinner we were off to Gina's for some bee fun.  I am working on my UFO cathedral window project as my take along.  I almost completed 2 full panels to add to the mother ship.  A lot of good quilting time.

Suzanne was quilting on her mystery quilt for the Foothills Piecemakers quild, Gina was working on a redwork piece, Mom was making yo yo's for a project, Sue was working on her take along project and Susan was hand quilting on a project from QSC english paper piecing wall hanging she made last year. 

Happy Quilting,

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