Theme dinners1. Breakfast for dinner/steaks,scrambled eggs
w/cream cheese and chives, obrien potatoes,
Omeletes made to order,waffles,ect....
2. 70's themes, appetizers maybe, the tackier
the better, sweet and sour meatballs, pigs
in a blanket, SPAM,maybe for decoration,ha!
anything on a Ritz cracker, "CHEX" cereal mix,
don't recall it it had a name but recall my
mom making it,three types of chex cereal, cook
it off with mixed nuts,worchester, butter....
Maybe a Ben@Jerry's ice cream bar!
3. Crepes,(purchase by the case) offer a
savory station and dessert. Did one called,
Peaches and Cream, sauted sliced can peaches with
some brown sugar,vanilla and cinnamon to order,
served with fresh whipped cream.
4. "Like Pinks Hotdogs" The ultimate hotdog
bar based loosely on the famous hotdog stand
in LA. (Came across this place watching
5. 50's Diner, inexpensive, lots of fun in
decor and a great opportunity to offer the
comfort foods of yesteryear like meatloaf
with mashed potatoes and gravy, mac and cheese,
pb@j's, burgers already wrapped and ready to
go, chocolate shakes with real ice-cream!
6. Mardi Gras in May, cajun food is always
fun, jambalaya,po-boys,gumbo,rainbow trout,
sauteed mustard/turnip greens in bacon fat
with shallots,fried oysters. Beignets for
dessert with strong coffee.
7. Create your own rice or soup bowl. Offer
Miso Soup and Chicken Broth with a variety
of fresh toppings like spouts, mushrooms,
shredded carrots, pea pods,diced chicken, and
the list goes on. Same concept with a variety
TO JUDY: Love the "Last meal on the titanic"
idea. Would you mind sharing the menu or deferring
me to where I could access this?
Hope this helps Justyn. ml