I was in St. Simon’s all week working. I had a nice time but I was defiantly ready to come home. I ate out while I was there and had one great meal and the rest were ok. If you know me, you know that I do not eat at chain restaurants much. I always try to eat at local places. However, the people I was with wanted to go to Bone Fish. I have eaten there before and had enjoyed it. I did this time too. The service was great and so was the food. If you have not had the bam bam shrimp you should try them. They are great. Sister and I figured out the sauce and have made them at home. The sauce is great on wings too. A lady that was with us ordered a steak with the gorgonzola butter sauce and it looked great. I had the pecan crusted trout and it was pretty darn good. Yesterday I was so excited to get home and see my husband and my boys. I missed them so much. I also had missed being in my kitchen and cooking for them. While traveling home I kept thinking about what I could cook and I thought about the steak with gorgonzola butter sauce. I made it and it was fabulous. Andy charcoaled the steaks perfectly (medium rare, more rare than medium). I sautéed baby portabella mushrooms and we grilled brussel sprouts and had crusty French bread. The brussel sprouts were good but they could have been better. I have a few things I need to change for that recipe. We used the left over gorgonzola butter for the bread and it was yummy. Today Sister and I are meeting at the grocery store and we are going to cook and formulate recipes. I love getting together with her and cooking. We have such a great time working together. We laugh, cut up and tell stories. We hope that Mom and Sheila are going to be able to come over and work with us. We really want our friend Sheila to teach us how to make caramel. She makes the best. We will defiantly share a few recipes that we work on this weekend. I hope all of you have a safe and great weekend. Be careful in your travels and let us know what you are cooking for this holiday/game day.