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help on my beach menu?

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by wilson brother, Jul 18, 2006.

  1. wilson brother

    wilson brother Well-Known Member

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    Assuming it's warm out (not a stretch given recent weather) pudding would work - especially a good cold rice pudding.

    Drink wise, what about mojitos? If you're grilling, kebobs are always fun and tasty.


    I forgot to ask..

    a friend sent me a box of "Jello Chocolate Pudding" that i'll make..but should I tell them its pudding or jello at the party. I thought jello and pudding are different desserts.
     
  2. lawyerdad

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    Pudding.
    BTW, trolls loooove pudding.
     
  3. wilson brother

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    Pudding.
    BTW, trolls loooove pudding.



    Thats too bad because i won't have any trolls there..maybe if i know a lawyer will come i'll make blood pudding [​IMG]
     
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    [​IMG]
    LOL!

    BTW, for a good party, cut the A/C. You want it about 70+ degrees in there so people remove clothes... [​IMG]

    Ideally people would wear their beachwear, well, at least the women would.
     
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    Aww. he looks so delicious! Edit: It's funnier because I'm Korean.
     
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    Aww. he looks so delicious!

    Edit: It's funnier because I'm Korean.

    You have to buy me a new keyboard
     
  8. wilson brother

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    LOL!

    BTW, for a good party, cut the A/C. You want it about 70+ degrees in there so people remove clothes... [​IMG]

    Ideally people would wear their beachwear, well, at least the women would.


    Thats a good idea..but many women here are too shy to wear bikinis..I will suggest that on the invitation I hope I don't get beat.

    I also have one of those cd with the sounds of the ocean and whale sounds that I will play on one stereo..the other stereo Good Vibrations.
     
  9. Kid609

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    Truffles, fois gras, and shark fin soup are all popular in California right now.

    For drinks we like to break open the Dom and Cristal.
     
  10. TrojanGarb

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    Anything grilled!

    Some good pieces of beef always taste great. BBQ salmon is tasty - grill with the skin on. Anything BBQ could work too, especially baby back ribs.

    Or if you wan yuppier Californian food: grilled chicken sandwiches and kebobs.
     
  11. wilson brother

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    Anything grilled!

    Some good pieces of beef always taste great. BBQ salmon is tasty - grill with the skin on. Anything BBQ could work too, especially baby back ribs.

    Or if you wan yuppier Californian food: grilled chicken sandwiches and kebobs.



    whats this about yuppier? Thanks for all the great selections!
     
  12. acidboy

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    i STRONGLY hope that wilson post pictures of this party he is planning.
     
  13. wilson brother

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    i STRONGLY hope that wilson post pictures of this party he is planning.

    I will try but many famous people will be there who don't like their photos taken [​IMG]
     
  14. wilson brother

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    Hey guys-

    I forgot to ask a question. Do you have lychee fruit in the US?



    -Danny Wilson
     

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