Monday, 17 December 2007

Sandbar [part 3]



Well, faithful readers, you've probably noticed that Christmas is upon us once again. For your tireless reporter, this means that many of my potential posts have been thwarted by the seemingly ubiquitious 'Christmas Menu' and for the most part, we all know that this is not a good thing. How many times have we paid £20 a head for a limp slice of Bernard Matthews, a few of those weird tasting roasties and a rock hard mince pie? Not this year for I went to the Sandbar Luncheon Club Christmas Luncheon where Wisia treated us to a Polish festive feast. It was fabulous as it included Pierogis and concluded with Piernik, a delicious Polish honey cake.

An added bonus was the return of Alex [see photo top] who looked after our increasingly Rabelaisian rabble with seasonal good cheer.

To all the good people of the Sandbar, I want to say 'thank you' and to all the members of the Sandbar Luncheon Club, past and present, a very Merry Christmas and see you in the new year.

3 comments:

iwona said...

Smacznego!
Wesolych swiat Bozego Narodzenia - oraz szczesliwego nowego roku.

:D

robert hamilton said...

Thank you, Iwona-could you provide a translation?

Robert said...

Excellent site and pleasantly written, good for you. I think 'descriptive of a church window' 7,5 is stained glass. Hope this helps.
Also Iwona says something about booze, narcotics and gobby. Glad to be of help.
Bob