While I feel I really stepped out of my “food comfort zone” last weekend at the conference, much of what we ate was so incredibly good! Each meal I found myself quite full and very satisfied! So I thought I’d show you some of the food I had no problem trying out!
To start off with, we had these Corn Polenta Triangles with lunch on Friday. Since they posted the recipe, I’ll be making these here at home some day!
And for dessert at Friday’s lunch they had Apple Crisp. If I could have gotten away with eating multiple plates of this, I would have. And it will most likely grace my table on Thanksgiving.
Dessert after the meatloaf was also just as incredible! Pumpkin Squares. And again with the real whipped cream.
Each morning for breakfast they had soaked oatmeal with lots of butter, cream, syrup, and all sorts of other toppers. This meal has renewed my love for oatmeal.
After being a bit disappointed with lunch I Saturday (I’m not a big sausage person) I was devastated to find that dessert was gone.
I mean, me and dessert? We are BFF’s.
But then……..Just as I was about to leave, the waitstaff brought this out.
Folks, this is RAW Cheesecake.
And again, they did not disappoint with a key lime pie dessert at the banquet!
My favorite meal of all though had to be Sunday mornings brunch. It’s a good thing I had other people around me or I would have had no self control.
The veggie frittata was the best frittata I’ve ever enjoyed. And will be my breakfast this weekend. (I love that they posted all the recipes!)
*Bit of a side note here. They had 600 POUNDS of butter there this weekend! That’s for about 1200 people.
*And whipped cream heaven, was everywhere as well. And self serve at that!
Sorry, got a bit distracted there while looking through my pictures!
The french toast was to die for.
To die for.
So as you can see, we ate very well at the Wise Traditions Conference!
*and please excuse the quality of the photos. I made an executive decision to leave my 30D at home and brought along my husbands point and shoot since it fit in the ergo pocket. Let’s just say I felt like my right arm was cut off without my nice camera.
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