Here is Tyler adding the finishing touches to the salad.
Our evening began in the backyard of the Boomershine residence. We noshed under the stars on a crisp night on a first course of salad and sake. Shown here are chef Tyler Williams along with Mark Boomershine.(on the right)
The sake they served was Wakatake Daiginjo . If you like sake and haven’t tasted this brand, add it to your “must try list. I love the description on the Wakatake Daiginjo website. Pop over and read it for kicks. I didn’t feel like a gangster as the description implied, but I did feel fortunate to be sipping sake on the Boomershine’s terrace.
This photograph shows a better view of the incredible table runners Mark painted for the tables. Mark’s art was displayed on the walls, and rainbow colored Chiavari chairs lined the tables. I felt like I was sitting in a chic gallery having dinner.
I mean, really how clever is this?
A miniature artist sketchbook was placed by
each place setting.
At first glance, I thought it was some of Mark’s available paintings, but a closer look revealed the sketchbook outlined our menu for the evening.
It included artistic drawings and descriptions of each dish.
Cheers to Adam, Steven, Tyler, and The Boomershines, all of whom, worked together, to make this evening a reality!
I love the CindaB pouch I received! I have been online shopping for more CindaB products since returning home. If you aren’t familiar with CindaB, make sure to check them out online. Her products make great gifts. Of course, if you are like me you will subscribe to the “one for them one for me plan,” once you see the great CindaB product line up.