The crostini was delicious with tons of flavor and not too too crispy. The tomato relish was clearly homemade, and I enjoyed the flavors of summer in the middle of a snowy winter. The platter also included sausages, fried artichokes, and brie. The fried chickpeas were the only thing I wasn't crazy about--just meh--needed salt or spice or something.
We also split a chocolate ravioli for dessert. You'll have to take my word that it was a work of art.
I helped LB turn his baseball cap around backwards so that it wouldn't get in his way when he licked the plate. One of the benefits of a house concert is that you are only among friends, and true friends don't care if you lick the plate.
LB also wanted me to take a photo of the spoon bread. I don't know why.