Recipe for a Fabulous Weekend

• 2 glasses of chilled Lillet

If you are not familiar, this is my new passion. A brand of French aperitif wine, Lillet blanc is a blend of Sauvignon Blanc, Semillion, and Muscadelle and macerated citrus liqueurs, including sweet oranges from Spain and Morocco and bitter green oranges from Haiti. So delicious over ice with an orange slice. Plus, I adore the label.

• 1/2 wheel of Minuet, a wonderful soft-mold rinded, triple cream goat cheese, with a creamy outside and firm cakey center.

• A melange of delicious, provencal olives…

• Throw in two front row seats to a pleasant view of the Berkshire foothills, and one cute Irishman to share the sunset with. Heaven!

Wishing you all a splendiforous weekend. See you on your next visit to Smallpeace!

About Smallpeace

Michele Karas is a poet, essayist, and longstanding professional copywriter, who currently works for a top-five US book publisher. Her poems and prose have appeared in literary journals, including Tinderbox, THRUSH, Alaska Quarterly Review, and Narrative magazine, among others. Michele holds a BA in Journalism from San Diego State University and an MFA in Creative Writing from CUNY, The City College of New York. Find her on Twitter @small_peace.
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3 Responses to Recipe for a Fabulous Weekend

  1. Touch2Touch says:

    I forgot about Lillet —
    how lovely to be reminded.

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