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Virtual Dinner Party

Discussion in 'Dining - Nightlife - Entertainment' started by PatO, Apr 23, 2020.

  1. PatO

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    I am turning into a marshmellow during this sh*t ECQ so I decided to host a virtual dinner party. All invited except critics
    Pre-dinner cocktails - martinis, daiquiris for ladies & rainbows ( don’t drink don’t attend)
    Soup - Australia lobster bisque with cognac
    Salad artichoke hearts whatever else you want
    Main- Dover sole or Barramundi
    Main-porterhouse steak or NZ lamb chops
    (Sorry vegans hold their own party)
    Vegetables - bring your own
    Me - Huge Idaho baked potato (Morton’s style) stuffed with butter sour cream chives bacon bits
    Wine California or Australia reds, New Zealand whites
    Desserts - key lime pie, Belgium chocolates
    After dinner drinks - see the bar, 10 to choose from
    Cigars - sorry no smoking, no drugs
    ENJOY WEAR YOUR MASK
     
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  2. NowandThen

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    I prefer my Swiss cheese Fondue with Swiss Fendant (white wine) and some Kirsch (cherry brandy). And no mask. But thanks anyway for the invitation..

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    Why the bad rating ??
     
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    Could have been the Lamb chop. Not my favorite but Pat did have steak, yum yum.
    I can offer some Baskin Robbins French Vanilla ice cream with a large dose of Canadian maple syrup.
    (Belch Belch)
     
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    Sorry if my dinner offended anyone.
     
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    as a consolation I will make you a couple of actual mini key lime pies and bring them to you saturday. N/C
     
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    Did you ever provide a link to the virtual event?
     
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    @PatO ; perfect dinner for me ... I'll bring some Ricard for the "pre-dinner cocktails" if you don't mind ?!...

    @NowandThen ; might be not easy to find (Swiss) cheese for a fondue moitié/moitié in Dumaguete ?...have you try to put cognac i/o kirsch I've learned it from a restaurant in Verbier, yumi !
     
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    True. Moitié/Moitié (Gruyère/Vacherin cheese) Fondue not availabe in Dumaguete. But WhyNot sells another Fondue mixture. Yes, Kirsch I like also. But we don't put in the Fondue. But you can also if you want to. Cognac on the other hand is a bit unusual. BTW, nothing wrong with the menue of PatO. I was just joking.

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    You can buy Gruyerè in Robinson’s sometimes and often in Belcris. I’ve just never seen Appenzeller which is required for the recipe I use. Kirsch is nice for cleansing the palette but for making fondue I prefer Prosecco or other sparkling white wine.
    I think Why Not? has the standard Gerber fondue in a box, which is okay if you’re desperate. Wish they had raclette cheese though.
     
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