Cynthia and I were busy cooking up a brunch to bring to a family who just had a baby and also another family who recently lost a loved one. (More on that meal in another post.) Our friend, Grace, stopped by to help and also brought her two little ones to join our group of kids running amuck in the backyard with Grandpa Audy. We cooked all afternoon, but still needed to feed ourselves and the kiddos. These mussels took only 15 minutes to cook, and tasted as good as anything you'd eat at a nice restaurant. The kids loved prying the shells open and using them as "funny spoons" to scoop out the insides. It was a beautiful feast to end our productive and chaotic day!
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