You are Invited
to a Banquet
Where: Oriana Palace, Parumvir
When: April 11, 2013
What to Bring: A dish worthy to be served at a Banquet in Parumvir
What to Wear: Party Dress, of course!
Dear readers, I am very pleased to inform you of one of the upcoming events on this blog! For my birthday this year, I am going to host a Parumvir Banquet, and I want all of you to participate.
In order to attend this banquet, you will need to make a dish that you think would be appropriate to serve at a feast in Oriana. Take a nice picture of it (and of yourself in a Party Dress to go along with it if you like) and email it to me along with a recipe sometime in the next few months.
On April 11th, which is my birthday, I will compile all the pictures and recipes to host one glorious "banquet" online! We will all get to see each others' creativity and hopefully acquire a bazillion wonderful new recipes to add to our collections.
To give you an idea of what is expected . . . .
Gleamdren's Tea DaintiesThese are raspberry meringues with white chocolate centers, invented and submitted by my beautiful sister-in-law, Kristen. She gave them the name "Gleamdren's Tea Dainties," because they are incredibly rich and impractical, just like something Lady Gleamdren would enjoy. And of course, Gleamdren is a popular figure of legend in Parumvir, so I'm sure her Tea Dainties are a favorite sweet to be had at any feast!
Marmaduke thinks they look tasty . . .
You'll have to wait for the banquet itself to get the recipe and to see the other fabulous entries Kristen is submitting! But in the meanwhile, you can start coming up with your own submissions. These can be things right out of your cookbook or new inventions of your own. And remember, a feast is going to need:
A soup course
A salad course
A main course
A cheese course
A dessert course
So plenty of options for your creativity!
What do you think? Do you have some ideas brewing? Will you come up with some Goldstone Wood-appropriate names for you dishes?