Our Wet Dry Combo was Delicious and Roadkill Bar Bake Sale update
Last night we went to AJ’s with Sue and Steve to try their wings and check out jam night. It was great to catch up with them and a few other people we have not seen in a while, Pam, Jerry, Jack, Jean and Bruce. I was also glad to see Nancy there as it gave us time to talk shop and go over a few bake sale details, she is helping us recruit bakers. Pam also a great baker counted herself in for a donation, I cant wait so sample all the yummyÂ treats that turn up.
Jam night was on the quiet side but it was perfect for my low key mood. As I listened to Jack playing a acoustic version summertime, I was immediately transported to a porch somewhere on a hot summer day drinking lemonade – just what I needed.
Tacoboy and I decidedÂ to go for a wet dry combo with garlic parm and honey barbecue wings and both were yummy. Sue and Steve went for classic salt and pepper, I was considering that for the dry part of our order but the Parmesan and garlic combo won me over.
A big thank you to all the businesses and individuals who want to make sure we raise enough funds at the bake sale this Saturday Roadkill Bar to train 30 High school Teachers Dec 20th. Casa Picasso, Coco Loco’s Beach Bar, Elvi’s Kitchen, tacogirl.com have all sponsored a teacher and one person who wishes to remain anonymous is sponsoring 8 teachers. Whoo Hoo.
To go with your yummy treats, Caye Coffee will also be for sale at the event and $5 from every bag of coffee sold will be donated to the cause.
Thanks also goes to Roadkill Bar for hosting the event, all the bakers, and Sherry for donating use of her folding tables. If youÂ want to get involved, we can always use more baking and welcome sponsors.