We woke up dressed and pulled our grips to the Morgan Library. When we arrived at the ticket counter we were told we could not check our bags and were turned away. We found a humble café call The Mill on Fifth at 35th. I ordered two eggs sunny side up, two slices of ham lightly grilled and two slices of whole wheat toasted and buttered. I got packets of jelly and shared Suzette’s coffee and was in heaven. Suzette got her q, an egg sandwich on whole wheat bread with a slice of provolone cheese, so she was in heaven also.
We then taxied to Penn Station were we bought a bottle of 2014 Baron de Ley Rioja Tempranillo Reserva and a small cheese plate and caught the Keystone Express to E town at 1:05.
We were met by Suzette’s brother, Don, who drove us to his house where we said hello to his wife, Bev, and soon, her other brother , Jeff, and his wife, Kathy, arrived from shopping.
We said goodbye and drove to the Masonic Home, where Suzette’s mother now lives to eat dinner with her. I can not say enough wonderful things about the Masonic Home. It was built by the Freemasons and is a combination cathedral and castle. Here are several pictures of the dining room where we ate dinner. It looks like a cathedral to me with its rows of stained glass windows. I was totally impressed.
Surprisingly, the food was good also.
Here is a picture of the menu. Today there were two daily specials. One of them was veal scaloppini. Suzette and I chose the veal. You choose each item, including each vegetable. I chose mixed vegetables. Suzette chose beets and roasted red potatoes.
Mrs. Lindemuth and I chose to start the meal with a Cesar Salad. The portions were small but delicious.
|Suzette’s veal chop, beets, and roasted potatoes|
Suzette and Mrs. Lindemuth ordered rice pudding for dessert. I chose a slice of Black Forrest Cake.
A very impressive meal in an incredibly impressive dining room.