Mike Filigenzi (Sacto) wrote:We had our friends, Teresa and Joe, over for supper tonight.Overall, the meal was quite a success and made for an easy way to resolve the different dietary issues.
Bill Spencer wrote:%^)
... how did you resolve the "wine dilemma" ... did you open both a red and a white ? Or just one or the other ? And if just one, which one and was it the RIGHT one ?
Jenise wrote:What an innovative solution to a fairly common entertaining problem. Tell me more about the polenta prep, though. I've pan-fried polenta many a time (I grew up on a southern Grandma's "fried mush" breakfasts), but never dipped them in anything. Dipping them in something else never occurred to me--I guess this guarantees a crispy outer coating?
Stuart Yaniger wrote:You bastard, you coulda waited til I got back to town!
We've done the same thing before with pizza, a build-your-own event. We premade a bunch of dough, rolled it out, set out bowls of toppings, and let everyone diy.
Robin Garr wrote:it's surprising how little is written about coming up with a great meal for a dinner where some visitors are vegetarian
Bill Spohn wrote:Inviting a vegetarian to dinner is like inviting a teetotaller to a wine tasting......
Bill Spohn wrote:Not willing to meat me half way, huh?
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