Previous Post About Bois Blanc Island: Food on the Island
Due to popular request (one person) I’ll be going into a little more depth about what food we ate on Bois Blanc Island.
Unfortunately, I didn’t take any photos of what we ate. Instead, here’s a nice before and after photo of our rental car’s license plate.
And now on to the food!
There were seven dinners we had on the Island. Ribs, meatloaf, tacos, kebabs, risotto, lasagna, and one night we went out to Hawk’s.
My wife and I made the risotto. We enjoy making it together a lot.
Risotto is a dish made from rice and broth for those of you who don’t know.
The broth is slowly added to the rice over a low flame. The rice absorbs more and more of the broth until it goes past normal rice consistency into something more like thick stew.
Vegetables and stuff are added to the risotto as well. Carrots, peas, celery, or potatoes.
Spice are welcome as well. Garlic, salt and pepper usually.
Most people add something more substantial like meat as well. My wife is a vegetarian so we opted for cheese and mushrooms instead.
It tastes pretty much like what you’d expect, thick rice stew. We really like it!
Risotto seemed a little boring for us to serve on its own. We included a side dish of roasted potatoes covered in honey dijon mustard and my aunts made a salad as well.
We were a little worried that risotto would weird people out but I think it was a success!
The other notable dinners were mostly the meat ones because of what my wife ate instead.
We were forewarned that my grandmother would be making ribs ahead of time. Fortunately, there is an excellent substitute meat product made by Morningstar for ribs. I call them fibs because they are fake ribs.
My wife ate the fibs while everyone else ate the ribs.
My wife made a side dish for herself of macaroni and cheese (her favorite) to replace the meatloaf.
My aunts made my wife some kebabs without chicken for that dinner. Unfortunately most of the vegetarian kebabs were bell peppers which my wife doesn’t like.
The gesture of preparing something especially for my wife to eat was still appreciated. My wife still had plenty to eat with all the other food made by my aunts (salad, leftovers, crackers, bread, etc).
So there it is! A few of the dinners that my family had on Bois Blanc Island.
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