Holiday Party Details

We kicked off our own, personal holiday season last night by hosting our holiday party. We had about 35 guests, invited with cute Tiny Prints invitations.
The menu included:
Beverages
Fruited Champagne Punch, Seasonal Beers, White and Red Wines
Hors D’ouevres
Sesame Chicken Satay, Greek Stuffed Mushrooms, Baked Crab Rangoons, Sicilian Meatballs, Parmesan Pastry Spirals, Goat Cheese-Basil Pastry Rounds, Crudite with Horseradish-Gouda Dip, Cheese Board with crackers
Desserts
White Chocolate Eggnog Fudge, Mini Fudge Rum Cakes, Holiday Oatmeal Bars, Puppy Chow

It was a great time (until we had to clean everything up this morning).

I’ll post some pictures of the food and d├ęcor soon, as well as some recipes, but for now, I will leave you with a shot of what happens when you put a bottle of prosecco in the freezer “to chill” and forget about it until the morning.


flj

4 comments:

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LG said...

Farrell, I didn't know you did things like forget the champagne in the freezer! That seems more up my alley- : )

flj said...

im just going to go ahead and blame a nameless guest for that champagne being left in there. :)

Sarah M said...

I've done that one too many times to count. Such a pain!