Sunday, August 19, 2007

Five Saints for Dinner.

Leah has tagged me back.

"If you could invite your five favourite saints to dinner, what would you serve them to eat, and why?"

First course would be soup.

I would do two different ones. First would be pumpkin soup and second Potato and Leek. I choose these two soups because everyone who tastes them tells me how yummy they are.

Second course Main meal.

Again I would do two dishes. I like to do casseroles when we are entertaining. They can be prepared ahead of time and just reheated on the day.

First main dish would be a Lasagna. I would serve this because there is not many people that I know of that don't like it.

Second dish would be some vegetarian meal because you never know if someone isn't going to eat meat. I woul probably make Tuna Mornay. Easy to make ahead and again something I cook well.

I would also serve potatoes in cream sauce, cooked peas, honey carrots and cheese broccoli.

For dessert I would serve homemade Honeycomb Icecream. This would have to be the yummiest icecream I have ever tasted. I would also make sure that we had plenty and that I was sure to have some left over.


So I tag

All the dcf ladies

Madeline for her first meme

and

Muddy Mama for tagging me first.

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