Saskatchewan fiddler, Anne Parker
I had a gathering of members of my fiddle class and other assorted friends who enjoy music. We all headed out to my cottage at Buena Vista in spite of the gusting winds. Following our bbq and bonfire we had to head inside because the wind still wasn’t letting up. We had what we called the first Buena Vista Fiddle jam in the middle of the living room. We had two guitars and five fiddles. We played traditional tunes from across Canada until we were fiddled out. Our menu was very basic but with a number of vegetarians in the group we had lots of tofu and veg alternatives. It was potluck for appetizers, salads, and desserts. We started with a cheese and cracker plate, savoury pastries, and tamari almonds. Hamburgers and hot dogs (meat and vegetarian) were next. Bean salad, oriental tossed and coleslaw rounded off our plates. To finish we had brownies and a fabulous meringue and chocolate mousse concoction.
Not tough to find our ingredients but a little more difficult to come up with five fiddlers