We started out the day with biscuits that are in Suvir's upcoming cookbook, as well as some delicious bacon from Allen Brothers. The biscuits and bacon were paired with some more fresh eggs, which were, of course, amazing. The biscuits also had some delcious homemade blackberry jam, made from local berries.
Then, we saw a lot of COWS. I like cows.
After that, we stopped by a close friend of Suvir and Charlie's, Betty Osborne, whom you may know as the woman who headed Head Start for Washington county. She invited us in to see her amazing home, and of course we accepted.
Imagine all the great things you've heard about Kobe Beef, and multiply them by ten. That's how amazing it was. Suvir didn't have to pull any special chef tricks with this one, I think even if my sister cooked it, it sill would've been one of the best meals of my life.
I know its hard to believe, but I think it tasted even better than it looked. And it looked pretty darn delicious.
Thank you so much Suvir and Charlie for such an amazing week, the food was the best I've ever had (and I don't think I'll ever have something as good as the Kobe ever again) and just being with you guys, watching naughty British comedies, make up the memories of what may be the best week of my life.