Ain’t No Teddy Bears on This Picnic
Sushi it is.
And cheese (three varieties to be exact. I got to Whole Foods and just couldn’t control myself).
And prosciutto (he is a man…).
And hummus, veggies, fruit, chocolate chip cookies, hot chocolate and bar of Fairtrade mint dark chocolate to counteract the efforts of the “Garlic Lovers” hummus.
It is a date after all.
- Man Cannot Live by Bread Alone… or can he? (katrichterwrites.wordpress.com)
- Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies (thedailymeal.com)
12 Responses to “Ain’t No Teddy Bears on This Picnic”
Would that we all (men and women alike) put as much thought as dates as you do, Kat!
D’oh–meant say “thought into dates,” not “as.” Either too much coffee or not enough. 😉
Wish I could be as creative! Have a cool time, Kat.
@ Mark Ha, ha, I actually read it the way you intended!
Sounds like a fun date, enjoy!
Hey Kat, if Ms. D and the Wedding Date don’t work out, I propose a picnic date with the two of us. Holy crap, that meal sounds fantastic!
And I especially liked the prosciutto reasoning: it’s valid.
Glad you took my advice about the meat. 🙂
And I’m just gonna say it — maybe maybe you and Zak should go on a date. 😉
Seriously. I’ve been thinking that for a while now… I just didn’t want to say it first! 🙂
Well, I’m flattered!
Haha– I’ll keep this in mind 🙂
Darn it! I knew I should’ve offered while I was single 😉
Well, I’m sure Ms. D will understand and let me go on a bloggie-date with Ms. Kat (who she’s heard all about, of course!), if the opportunity ever arises.
Well it did mean you did not actually have to make a decision. Just go for everything.
I hope he volunteers to carry the picnic.