Monday, December 21, 2015

Sunday on the River

Sunday was an absolutely beautiful day here and we spent it in Savannah.  Our daughter had asked to go to Huey's for beignets and of course we said yes, it's one of our favorite places.  We also asked a friend to join us to round out the table.
We all had beignets and coffee to start with.  Beignets are a New Orleans treat and are basically fried sweet dough with powdered sugar; they melt in your mouth.
It was a good brunch with eggs and potatoes for most of us, Mac added an andouille sausage, April had a seafood omelette and our friend had Jambalaya.  If you get the hint the Hueys is a Cajun place you'd be right.  All meals were delicious and made for a great brunch.








10 comments:

  1. That food all looks delicious to me - although I really don't know what any of it is!

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  2. What a lot of beautiful food. No wonder my daughter loves Savannah, and my girlfriend wants to move there.

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  3. What a lovely way to spend such a beautiful Sunday with your daughter. I know that bridge!

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  4. I have not been to Savannah in years, you make me want to go! That meal sounds delicious. Have a Merry Christmas!

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  5. Looks like a great place to have a sugary something! :)

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  6. I would love to eat authentic made beignets! Looks like you are having a fabulous start to the holiday with your lovely daughter. I wish you a Merry Christmas :)
    Pat x

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  7. Wonderful !
    I know you are having a lovely time with your daughter.

    Merry Christmas.
    cheers, gayle and thehamish

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  8. The food sounds delicious, you look as though you're having a lovely time - and I'm jealous of the weather! Merry Christmas, thanks for the great posts and for popping across to A Bit About Britain as you do.

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  9. Oh my goodness, Savannah! One of my favourite films (Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil) is set there, and if I ever had any money to travel, it is up there on my visit list. Btw, I write this as the wind and rain lash against the window...great to see you all having such a good time!

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  10. I'm so glad you have your daughter back for Christmas. We have both our sons and also daughter in law and grand daughter here tomorrow and that is just perfect. In a new twist our son is very likely to go to the US for his next degree and that will include another year in Japan so we are making the most of having him near this year and not just visiting.

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