Wednesday, September 12, 2012

First Visit To Pegas

 Pegas is a chain of butcher shops around town.  They stock pork, chicken, beef, rabbit, and deli items.  They also have a wonderful restaurant at their main location.  We finally went on a warm July evening and ate outdoors.  It was good!  They make their own mint lemonade; I had some wine, too.  Andreas had his usual Greek salad.  I had a roast vegetable one, some fried cheese!, and mushroom soup for my dinner.  The soup had wonderful body and large slices of mushrooms.  Andreas had stuffed chicken breast and white wine risotto.  He said they both were good, and that the stuffing in the chicken kept it moist.  Overall, such a wonderful experience we repeated it two days later.


Anonymous said...

Enjoyed your "beeswax". I'm wondering if your "lady bug" would consider making them for shipment to the states, or would it be cost prohibitive? If not too expensive, I think it would make a lovely Christmas gift for my Guild members. Maybe 20/30. It's just the sort of different/useful item a stitcher would love!

Meg Welch said...

Replied to you just now on the beeswax post. I agree they'd make great seminar/guild gifts! They're actually pretty hefty, too, for beeswax for stitching.