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post #1 of 22
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I'm having a dinner party.............but I want to make the guests, "you guys" happy.........what do you want me to serve and what would you like to drink with that? Any special kind of dessert do you like? (Oh by the way, dinner is tomorrow night, kits are invited!)
post #2 of 22
I kind of want some steak with some red Faygo pop.
post #3 of 22
my kits would enjoy a tuna casserole - hold the casserole!

For me - I'm craving prime rib!! Yum!!

What can I bring?
post #4 of 22
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Ok Jason, I have you down for one Ribeye steak, baked potato and how about some corn to go with that? Now Faygo pop......hummmm, let me look in the downstairs fridge for that one!
post #5 of 22
Ooo how fun!
I'm sure all the cats would appreciate it if you garnished their food with some catnip!

And so long as you have cheese & crackers and something good to drink I'm there!

And baked potatoes would be yummy too. I've been craving one for awhile.....
post #6 of 22
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Quote:
Originally Posted by adymarie
my kits would enjoy a tuna casserole - hold the casserole!

For me - I'm craving prime rib!! Yum!!

What can I bring?
Hi Adrienne For your kits, the tuna casserole, - the casserole is being made as I type. The prime rib will be done medium, is that ok?
You can bring your adorable baby!
post #7 of 22
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Originally Posted by kittylover4ever
Hi Adrienne For your kits, the tuna casserole, - the casserole is being made as I type. The prime rib will be done medium, is that ok?
You can bring your adorable baby!
Sounds good to me - just be prepared for Kevin to chase all of the cats to try and kiss them! He is trying to kiss ours constantly!
post #8 of 22
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Quote:
Originally Posted by sweetiecat3
Ooo how fun!
I'm sure all the cats would appreciate it if you garnished their food with some catnip!

And so long as you have cheese & crackers and something good to drink I'm there!

Ok Patty, I have you down for cheese whiz and saltines....as for something good to drink, will that be sloshed or non sloshed?
post #9 of 22
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Quote:
Originally Posted by adymarie
Sounds good to me - just be prepared for Kevin to chase all of the cats to try and kiss them! He is trying to kiss ours constantly!

Ok, I'll warn TTP & B!
post #10 of 22
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I truly am having people over for dinner tomorrow night.......I was thinking perhaps some steaks on the grill, mushrooms, twice baked potatoes and some broccoli..........ummmmmmmm
post #11 of 22
Quote:
Originally Posted by kittylover4ever
I truly am having people over for dinner tomorrow night.......I was thinking perhaps some steaks on the grill, mushrooms, twice baked potatoes and some broccoli..........ummmmmmmm
That sounds good! I think it will be fine.
post #12 of 22
I'm hankering a potato dish with lots of cheese.

Dessert must be chocolate in some form.
post #13 of 22
Oh, heck, it's Friday. Well, just make me some crab cakes, and some coconut shrimp. Yeah, that will be great, actually. And, hmmm, what goes with fish - some tropical drink - surprise me!

Tigger, Elsa, and Nadette can have steak if they want!
post #14 of 22
Hey Susie!!, I can bring a pasta dish!!, and I'll bring some Labatt's Blue and Canadian beer!
post #15 of 22
I think you should make rosmarine potatoes, along with some roast
post #16 of 22
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Quote:
Originally Posted by fwan
I think you should make rosmarine potatoes, along with some roast

What kind of potatoes are those Fran?
post #17 of 22
Quote:
Originally Posted by kittylover4ever
What kind of potatoes are those Fran?
This is the only picture i could find susie
http://www.garlic-gang.de/REZEPTE/ro...artoffeln.html

And its in german... but the way i make it is

Peel potatoes and cut small
Spread on oven tray, Sprinkle olive oil over the potatoes and then the Rosmarin.
Crush a few garlic cloves and and add them around the tray (note: when cooked it spreads out a lovely flavour, PERSONALLY i like to eat them too this way)
In my oven it takes about 30 - 45 mins to bake and voila!
post #18 of 22
I read the word dessert and I suddenly got this major craving for ice cream. I love ice cream but haven't eaten any since September...or maybe it was October. So, as long as I can have ice cream, anything else you're serving is fine with me.

And for Snowball...
Since you're already making a tuna dish for Adymarie's kitties, Snowball will love you forever and ever if you pour just a teensy weensy bit of the tuna juice into a small bowl for him to lap up.
post #19 of 22
Quote:
Originally Posted by gemlady
I'm hankering a potato dish with lots of cheese.

Dessert must be chocolate in some form.
what other kind of dessert is there?
Quote:
Originally Posted by fwan
This is the only picture i could find susie
http://www.garlic-gang.de/REZEPTE/ro...artoffeln.html

And its in german... but the way i make it is

Peel potatoes and cut small
Spread on oven tray, Sprinkle olive oil over the potatoes and then the Rosmarin.
Crush a few garlic cloves and and add them around the tray (note: when cooked it spreads out a lovely flavour, PERSONALLY i like to eat them too this way)
In my oven it takes about 30 - 45 mins to bake and voila!
i think these are could be new potatoes w/garlic & rosemary, then baked. they sound good, although i'm allergic to rosemary. can we do them w/oregano instead? & some parmesan so they're cheesy!
post #20 of 22
Oh wow,Its ages since i've been invited for dinner

Just a couple 'o' jacket spuds 'n' Veg cheese salad (extra mature)for me,

did you say the kits are invited Susie?

Do you have a creche? as Tickle 'n' Patch's table manners leave a lot to be desired!!

They'll have oxtail soup for starters and the roast chicken for the main,no dessert thanks,

Oh and i'll bring my own bottle of pernod and blackcurrant,put the ice in the freezer Susie were on our way
post #21 of 22
Thread Starter 
Fran, those taters sound delicious.............I'll have to give them a try!
Come on everyone, dinners about ready! No food fights kits!
post #22 of 22
Definitely salmon. For all.

And for dessert, french vanilla ice cream with whipped cream (my guys love reddi-whip so I'll ususally put a little spritz on my finger for a treat for them) served with langues de chat (cat's tongue cookies, a french delight traditionally served with ice cream)

Will share recipe if anyone is interested!
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