Here it is! The completed dinner date dress. I love making the Anda because there are unlimited possibilities with this dress pattern. The only down side is that you have to come up with a way to cinch your waist in or you can get lost in this dress. I bought some pretty velvet ribbon and fastened it with one of my many vintage pins for an unexpected belted look. Necxt time I wear this though I'm going to go for a contrasting color at the waist.
Simon and went out for our second wedding anniversary this Friday and had the best meal we have both ever eaten. We went to a restaurant in Queen Village call Cochon. Let me say that this tiny eatery packs a punch. It's built on a corner and is an odd shape and the kitchen is tiny. The interior is decorated beautifully and all of these wonderful quirks really add to the places atmosphere.
Cochon specializes in well pork and you would hope that they make a mean piece a pork with a name like Cochon (French for pig). They have other items on their menu such as beef and sea scallops, but if a place is advertising what their good at through the name of the restaurant order something that has the token ingredient.
The highlight of the dinner was the butternut squash soup that Simon and I both had. It was absolutely amazing and had roasted gizzards sprinkled on top. Another item that totally wowed us was the poor man's pudding. It was a short bread pudding with a warm caramel sauce served with a scoop of bacon, yes bacon ice cream melting on top.
All in all it was a great place to celebrate our wedding anniversary. Now I'm trying to figure out how to justify going again. My birthday is coming up in less than a month.