The first course featured a House Salad with assorted mixed veggies for toppings. The Russian Tea Room Russian Dressing, a blend of mayonnaise, sour cream and chili sauce with dill pickles, green pepper, onion, horseradish and parsley topped the salad. The fresh taste of a homemade Russian Dressing can't be beat!
As always, we are ever grateful to Alisa DuPuy for sharing her wealth of knowledge and fascinating insights into the remarkable woman behind the legend of Catherine the Great. From the gorgeous costuming and dripping in jewels, to the Russian accent she maintained throughout the program, she becomes the character.
Today we are linking to Bernideen's Tea Time Blog, Friends Sharing Tea. Bernideen shares the most delightful children's tea party in the garden.