Sunday, November 12, 2006

Food Election

Here’s a different sort of election in which to vote;
Someone is having business associates over for dinner this week.
What shall we serve? Please pick one from each category ---

For appetizer
1) Shrimp and cocktail sauce
2) Vegetarian Spring Rolls and mustard dip
3) Salsa (Doug of Gossemer Tapestry’s recipe) and Chips

For entrée
A) Honey Baked Ham or
B) Grilled Tuna Steaks.

For side
I) Green Salad
II) Edamame & Corn Succatash
III) Homemade Macaroni and Cheese (I may stuff the ballot box on this one!)

and -

For dessert
a) Carrot Cake or
b) Fresh Fruit Compote.

Vote early; vote often!

- UrSpo of Arizona. (D)

22 Comments:

Blogger Derek said...

Vegi Spring Rolls
honey baked ham
macaroni and cheese
fresh fruit compote

5:28 PM  
Blogger Spider said...

OK - leave it to me to me to make it difficult...

Down-home, feel good meal...
Shrimp and cocktail sauce
Honey Baked Ham
Mac and Cheese (YUM)
Carrot Cake

Interesting, lighter, more "cosmo" dinner
Veg Spring Rolls and Mustard dip (can I get your mustard dip recipe?)
Grilled Tuna Steaks (VERY RARE PLEASE)
Green Salad
Carrot Cake...

Let us know what Someone decides on...

5:40 PM  
Blogger steve'swhirlyworld said...

Shrimp and cocktail sauce
Grilled Tuna
Green Salad
Fresh Fruit compote

What day and what time?

6:02 PM  
Blogger David said...

For appetizer:

Vegetarian Spring Rolls and mustard dip

Entree:

Grilled Tuna Steaks.

For side

Homemade Macaroni and Cheese

For dessert

Fresh Fruit Compote

7:12 PM  
Blogger Cliffie, The Lemming Girl said...

Shrimp cocktails of course, honeybaked ham, mac & cheese, and carrot cake. Dang, that sounds good right now.

7:15 PM  
Blogger rodger said...

Veggie Spring Rolls
Tuna Steaks - Extremely rare
Green Salad
Fruit Compote

What a fantastic and healthy meal...depending on how you cook the spring rolls.

8:12 PM  
Blogger Daniel, the Guy in the Desert said...

menu I-very elegant, but lighter.Business dinners tend to be more substantial.
2) Vegetarian Spring Rolls and mustard dip
B) Grilled Tuna Steaks. (but prepare two for each diner. They tend to be small)
II) Edamame & Corn Succatash(Much as I love Mac's and cheese, it's too heavy and "dairy" to go with the rest of it.
b) Fresh Fruit Compote.
__________________
menus II-more filling and fun.
3) Salsa (Doug of Gossemer Tapestry’s recipe) and Chips
A) Honey Baked Ham
III) Homemade Macaroni and Cheese
a) Carrot Cake

I love menu planning.

8:47 PM  
Blogger TigerYogi said...

For Business Associates? I vote for the following:

For appetizer:

Vegetarian Spring Rolls and mustard dip

Entree:

A lovely Lentil Loaf! :P

For side:

Green Salad

For dessert:

Carrot Cake

10:03 PM  
Blogger Maddog said...

I vote for:

Vegetarian Spring Rolls and mustard dip

Honey Baked Ham
Mac and cheese
Carrot Cake

You should tell us what time to be over for dinner. And make it soon because I am hungry.

11:55 PM  
Blogger purpletwinkie said...

-Salsa N Chips
-Ham
-Mac N Cheese (can't see this as a side for Tuna)
-Carrot Cake

That's a real stick-to-your-ribs meal ;)

12:09 AM  
Blogger Pete said...

2, A, I and desert a. Mac and cheese does go really well with Ham so you can easily sub this on in. I just really like my greens.

12:41 AM  
Blogger Sorted Lives said...

Well, since it in the wee hours, dinner is probably over. So, for breakfast, OJ, coffee, and a pumpkin muffin!!

2:40 AM  
Blogger Tony said...

OOOO! I like this post.

Spo, I am with Rodger on all selections except the first. I love any type of spring rolls but since you are having a green salad already, why not mix it up a bit and go with the chips and Salsa, especially if it's Doug's!!!

Have fun with the dinner party...and do tell us what you ultimately selected.

2:40 AM  
Blogger Stephen said...

Leave the healthy stuff behind:
Shrimp and cocktail sauce
Honey baked ham
Homemade mac and cheese (stuff the box) LOVE MAC AND CHEESE...it goes so well with a side of hips and thighs.
Carrot Cake

Did I mention I LOVE mac and cheese. Haven't had it in years, but I love it. I may have to incorporate it into Thanksgiving dinner. Have a great dinner.

5:36 AM  
Blogger maggie said...

2
A
III
a

Mustard goes with ham. Ham goes well with mac and cheese. Carrot cake.....well, carrot cake just goes well with anything. :)

7:08 AM  
Blogger Butterfly in Disguise said...

2
A
III
A
Might I suggest when serving a meal for guests to have two veggies or one veggie and a wonderful salad served either with one simple dressing or three very different choices.?? Maybe even have something like dinner rolls or fresh sliced bread and butter. You could make a seasoned butter to go with it if you want to be fancy.

Miss Suzie Homemaker

*L*

10:35 AM  
Blogger Mikey said...

2,a,III,a
Yummy!!!

1:57 PM  
Blogger Doug said...

I'mway behind in the polls here. But I'm not taking this lying down.

5:15 PM  
Blogger rodger said...

Well after stopping over at Gossamer Tapestry I'm going to have to change my vote. It looks like you'll be eating ham and mac & cheese so you might as well start with SALSA.

Yes, everyone loves chips and salsa and it really isn't a party without them. Even if it's business related.

Yep...SALSA gets my vote!

5:31 PM  
Blogger JustJock said...

Shrimp cocktail AND chips and salsa
Honey Baked Ham
Mac and Cheese
Carrot Cake

6:38 PM  
Blogger webscholar said...

What the hell--I say: salsa, salsa, salsa, with salsa for dessert. Although it's been lo these many years since I've had Doug's salsa, the memory of the experience remains ever with me (in the best possible way, natch).

And as for your "About Me", Monsieur Ur-Spo: what's with the "I am still 44 years old no matter what Scott says"?

I'm Scott and I say you are fibbin'.

Scott

9:17 PM  
Blogger Foxy Stone said...

Foxy's Selection:

Salsa
Honey Baked Ham
Homomade Macaroni and Cheese
Carrot Cake

Low's:

Vegy Spring Rolls
Grilled Tuna Steak
Green Salad
Carror Cake

...we always agree on dessert

and of course the main ingrediant

a charming host like you

6:39 AM  

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