lake placid and back

This past weekend we went up to Lake Placid New York to visit Erika.  We got to spend time at Windy Mt. Farm and see how real potato farmers roll!

A hill full of potatoes!

We ate like kings and queens for two days.  Eating out and cooking in. 

We drank margaritas and beer.

Consumed way too many sweet potato fries and not enough greens.

Went running in the snow!

Played with our two lazy dogs.

Made pizza dough from scratch!

Henry ate our pizza dough…….barfed it up…..and pretended he didn’t do anything wrong.

Feeling disappointed and defeated we almost bought a pre-made crust.  But changed our minds and whipped another dough up.  Keeping far away from Henry.

The stress caused us to have another beer.

And then we got to chopping.

And sauteing.

Then this beauty came out of the oven.

We did a victory dance while someone else got a “talking” to.

This morning we said our goodbyes and headed south.  A fun-filled weekend has come to an end.  Some of us are coming home with sore stomachs, while others are coming home with fond memories. Thanks so much Erika!  We love Lake Placid and you!

The recipe for our Rosemary Herb Pizza will be posted tomorrow.  Goodnight

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8 Responses to lake placid and back

  1. amy leclerc says:

    Ahhh! Great post. Sounds like a perfect weekend. Can’t wait to see you THIS week!


  2. Ceci says:

    Sounds like you had a fun weekend…but POOR HENRY!! His face looks like, “Mom, I ate it & it hurts…”

    • drealieberg says:

      It’s hard to get mad at that face!!!! It was our fault for leaving it on the floor next to the wood stove. I would have done the same thing!

  3. Cassie says:

    Henry and Hazel got to hang out, I am so jealous! Glad you guys had fun-

  4. Karen Anne says:

    But Henry is looking so much better.

    I wonder how they harvest all those potatoes without pronging them with whatever they harvest with.

    • drealieberg says:

      He’s looking great indeed. There potato operation is amazing. I am not sure how they harvest them without pronging them. I will check with Erika.

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