Friday, May 30, 2008

Progressive Dinner Stop One

Last night our homeschool co-op had their monthly Moms' Night Out. This month it was a progressive dinner. The first stop was my house for appetizers.

Antipasto Sticks


Green apples and candied almonds in small Parmesan bowls.


Hibiscus Mint Iced Tea



It was a very enjoyable evening with delicious food at every stop and continuous laughter!

13 comments:

KK said...

I love your blog, btw... I am so hungry after looking at all the beautiful pictures.

I have a question? How do you do a progressive dinner for a "Mom's Group"? is there a lot of driving or do you try to get moms who live in the same neighborhood?

Gombojav Tribe said...

We don't actually live very close together. But, we carpooled so there was lots of fellowship in the car! We started at 7 and I got home at midnight! Whooo-hooo! Mom got a WHOLE NIGHT OUT! :-)

Claire said...

I'm so glad y'all had such a good time! Sounds like EVERYTHING was awesome! Every single person is raving about your appetizers - rock on, girlfriend! :-)

Andrea Rooks said...

What a beautiful spread! And I love the antipasto sticks idea -- I'm going to remember that for my next hostessing endeavor...

Anonymous said...

arrrg! The keyboard's ruined from all my drool!

Hippie Family... said...

YUMMMMMM... even down to the mint that I would eat all of!! oh my gosh, I am starving reading your blog.. I love it!!
I will have to come back, ok after lunch... hmm then I will be disappointed in what I ate, but I can't before because then I will be starving for what you have here and not want anything else... the horra the horra!!!

Gina said...

Oh. My. Must. Wipe. Drool. From. Keyboard.

Gina said...

And thanks for coming by to Washington on the BATW tour bus.

amada said...

Oh my, WOW! That is BEAUTIFUL! You can really set a table... and that's only hourd'... appetizers :)

Your blog makes me hungry! It tempts me! It's a good thing I probably can't find all the ingredients for all that! :)

You make food beautiful! And I'm sure it tastes just as good. You should definitely do catering!

Thanks for coming by my blog!


Amy
Trujillo, Peru
homeschoolblogger.com/amada
fisheracademy.blogspot.com

Gombojav Tribe said...

Thank you, Amy!

I know what you mean about not being able to find ingredients. We've been missionaries in Mongolia and now go back-and-forth to Mongolia. I pine for chocolate chips when I'm there. Alas, they are not to be found!

Rosemary Bogdan said...

Sounds very yummy.

Frizzy and Bird said...

I love the pictures and food! I wish I could've been there last night. You look like a great cook. Thanks for coming by and commenting in CA. I look forward to reading more from you. Unless, that means I'll be gaining weight from looking at your blog.;)

Tootie said...

I found your blog through a comment you left on another, and decided to drop by. I'm glad I did.

That is a beautiful group of foods! I've enjoyed my visit to your blog and your recipes that offer a totally new variety for me.

Now excuse me, I need to go eat! :-)