The Transmogrification of a Smorgasbord

19990314You see, I bought a chair. I don’t really know why. I just spotted this chair in a sort of antique shop/flea market kind of spot, and liked it. It turned out to be Swedish, made of oak, and had been crafted in 1880. Who knew? I still have it, although the seat needs repair, and it’s currently stuck in a corner of our bedroom with some boxes piled on it. One of these days. But hey, a Swedish chair… perhaps the first of many new chairs (not, as it turned out). We went, semi-Swede.

The Second Sunday Supper Circle
March 14, 1999
Celebrates the Arrival of the First New Chair
with
The Transmogrification of a Smorgasbord

Trio of Home-Cured Fishes,
 Radish Toasts, Horseradish Creme Fraiche

Chandon Reserve Cuvée 491

Jannson’s Temptation
 & Eye of the Sun

Egon Müller Riesling Scharzhofberger Kabinett, 1975

Fresh Peach
 & Butternut Squash Soup

Dom. Bruno Clair Marsannay Rosé, 1996

Lobster Soufflé,
 Wasabi Hollandaise

Mastroberardino Lacryma Christi del Vesuvio, 1975

Cheese Plate: Himmerland Blue, Castello Blue,
 Gjetost, Jarlsberg, Dill Havarti

Giuseppe Quintarelli “Alzero”, 1988

Thousand Leaves Torte

Saracco Moscato d’Asti, 1997

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