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U.S.A., Washington State. USDA zone 8a. Sunset climate zone 5

Friday, March 13, 2009

Winter Garden Dining


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Valet parking is available:
 
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Complimentary Drink - Frozen Margarita With Sault:
 
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A Prelude in Sea - Fresh Oysters (Hood Canal):

 
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Essence of Onion Soup:



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Featured Vegetable - Cabbage. Chilled:

 
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Main Dish - Hot Dog (Organic.):

 
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Anthology of Desserts - Snowcone:




Fresh Local Pear:




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Your Server - Bahus:


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Outside Seating is Available:







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snow art

22 comments:

  1. LOL! That is funny!!!

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  2. How on earth did you prop that small onion in that jar until the bulb grew large enough to keep it there? That is really cool. That gave me a whole new perspective on fine dining. Great!
    -Heather

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  3. Do you really have that much snow?

    Well, your advertising sold me. I'd like to make reservations for two.

    Happy weekend, Tatyana.

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  4. Very creative! I can't believe all that snow!

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  5. Tatyana, you are too hilarious! Hm, looks a little fancy for me, can I come in jeans? :) Oh wait, maybe a skisuit would be better...

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  6. Very good. Made me smile, except for all that snow.

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  7. Oh my, that is perfect! And the perfect combination of food, beverage, and accommodations.
    Save a seat, I'll be right over.

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  8. Tatyana,
    WAYYY cute! Menu sounds pretty good but I'll skip the Hot Dog...lol!
    Lynn

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  9. LOL! what a great post. I smiled the whole time.

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  10. Hysterical! Love the giant margarita! How long did it take you to come up with all of these? Which one was your inspiration?

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  11. I am so glad I have such dear customers! EVERYTHING IS ON THE HOUSE! Answering Donna's question, the bird bath was my inspiration for this post. The first time I look at it, I thought: it's Margarita with sault! As for the onion - this way we managed to have some greens during winters in Russia long ago, when there was very limited supply of fresh produce in stores. My Mom used to do this, and now my boys like to watch the process. Fresh green onions right in the kitchen!

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  12. This is a wonderfully creative post, and a joy to read. Keep them coming.

    Jen

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  13. LOL! So cute. Do we bring our own utensils ? (Shovels)

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  14. Hi Tatyana~
    I must say you are a creative genius! I love these photos along with the quirky captions!
    Thanks for signing up to follow today and for the encouraging words on my crazy quilt of a garden! It always feels good to know someone finds your blog a wee bit interesting.

    Karrita

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  15. Hey Tatyana

    Great post! The Margarita, very witty.

    How deep did the snow get?

    Rob

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  16. We've had plenty of rain of late. But thankfully no snow!
    Brenda

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  17. You have a good eye for details and great sense of humour. Thanks for sharing.

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  18. СветланаMarch 15, 2009

    Посмотрела по календарю, когда следующая пятница, 13-ое... Хочется продолжения!

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  19. That was great. Think I'll pass on the hot dogs, though, even if they are organic!
    --Kate

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  20. Let me dig out my snowsuit then I'd love to dine with you!! A margarita sounds good... How clever of you Tatyana. I can't believe you all are still getting snow! Your poor blooms look so cold in your bloom day post. Hope it's warming up now??

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  21. СветланаMarch 27, 2009

    Танюша, сегодня на стартовой странице Яндекса удивительное фото дня - реальная гостья твоего сада в пятницу, 13-ого!

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  22. Does that outdoor seating come with bun warmers? Brrrr! But Diva Dog would love to come meet the "Hot Dog". ROFL!

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