Lamb Roast with Port Wine Sauce
Five-Course Dinner - Menu and Recipes

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Lamb Roast with Port Wine Sauce

Six
-Course Dinner - Menu and Recipes

You'll look for an excuse to make this delicious lamb again. Smells good, looks good, and is good!


First Course - Appetizer:
Served in the living room.


Stuffed "Deviled" Lemony Eggs

Stuffed eggs are always a favorite at any gathering. Add some caviar, and you've added a touch of elegance!
 

 


Second Course - Soup:


Poached Garlic Soup
This soup recipe is a definite "10." Your guests will never believe how much garlic there is in this soup. This will be one of your favorite soup recipes.
 

     


Third Course - Salad:


Burgundy Salad with Poached Egg
This is a classic French salad from Burgundy, France. It is a perfect lunch salad or served as an appetizer. Everyone you serve this delightful salad to will want the recipe.

 
 


Fourth Course - Side Dish:


Asiago & Sage Scalloped Potatoes
I really like scalloped potatoes! Asiago cheese is a hard cheese with a slightly sharper flavor than Parmesan cheese. If you can't find Asiago, substitute aged Parmesan Cheese.

     


Fifth Course - Main Course:


Lamb with Port Sauce
You'll look for an excuse to make this delicious lamb again. Smells good, looks good, and is good!  

 

 


Sixth Course - Dessert:

Chart House Mud Pie
Chart House Mud Pie
This is one of the signature desserts at the Chart House restaurants. It is so easy to make and your guests will love it!
 

     


Finale:

A good way to end a meal is with a
(decaf) latte.

Coffee
How to make a perfect cup of coffee

How To Use a French Press coffee press, plunger press and/or press coffee.

 
 

 

 


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