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A Southern Ladies’ Luncheon: Plantation Style

Today, the lunch was of a different sort. The lady of the plantation hosted a luncheon for her friends to welcome a new plantation neighbor to the area. It was a beautiful lunch, in a beautiful location with the most gracious hostess imaginable.

Champagne with light splash of catskill currant syrup.

Quail consommé with vegetable garni of carrot, pickled ramps and ramp kraut.

Cucumber and pomegranate salad.

Quail and porcini vol-au-vent with arugula with bergamot oil.

Chocolate mousse with raspberry confiture, raspberries and moscato wine on the side.

Delicious and everyone was happy.

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