On a Saturday night, mine is pizza or finger foods. A good Sunday night dinner, this week will be Roast whole chicken legs, with chunky roasted veggies such as spuds, parsnips and butternut. or I may do mashed potatoes, minted green peas and sweetcorn with a creamy white onion gravy.
1. If you could serve anything you wanted to eat at your reception, what would you choose?
pizza, steak, mashed potatoes and gravy, potato and macaroni salads, regular salad, garlic bread. cookies brownies and chocolate cake, yum, red velvet cake is awesome! and quiznos subs ( with all the fixins)
2. Need birthday party Ideas for my husbands 27th birthday?
darlin, i am with you on the budget!! my hubby just turned 30 this year and he said he wanted a hangover for his birthday! LOL so i surprised him by having 2 car club buddies drive down from New England for the weekend and i was the DD! i would say treat it like a SuperBowl party. Play some music, grill some dogs/brats & burgers, have lots of chips, dips, pretzels, and maybe wings & pizza. i make these little cream cheese & chicken pasties sometimes and everyone loves them---basically mix cut up chicken, cream cheese, salt, pepper, even ranch dressing mix (broccoli if you want also) all up and then take little Pillsbury Crescents and put the mixture in the center, then just roll em up and bake em. since he likes trucks, for decorations, go to the $.88 toy isle and buy up some little toy trucks & cars & the like. you can also find some good stuff at the dollar store. you will have kids around so you can play games like Scattergories, Pictionary, Yahtzee and Taboo. those can be fun with or without drinking and kids can play too!
3. Ideas for my baby's 1st Birthday.?
nicely a a million 300 and sixty 5 days. previous is normally pleased with in basic terms somewhat cake and a elementary previous container that he can play with. A a million 300 and sixty 5 days. olds bday occasion basically have the kin over and do the nicely-known occasion issues cake, icecream, provides, appatizers, pizza. whilst he gets somewhat older and could remeber who grew to become into at his occasion you need to do a bouncy domicile and a bbq. in case you have a pool do a pool occasion yet with close supervision of all childrens. remarkable he prob. does no longer care what topic he gets no longer to show something so for now this 300 and sixty 5 days i propose basically have somewhat celebration. As he grows older you may start making plans themed birthday events at mcdonalds playplace, papaginos, type of element.
4. How to keep leftover pizza tasting fresh
Get an airtight plastic container and line it with paper towels. Place a piece of pizza on the paper towels, then place some more paper towels on top. If you have more than one piece of pizza, repeat until all of the pieces are stored. If you plan to eat the pizza in the next 24 hours, store it in the fridge. Any time longer than that, store it in the freezer.Before you reheat, let the pizza warm up to room temperature/Preheat oven to 400o. Place the pizza on a baking sheet and bake it for 15 minutes. The pizza is good if the cheese is bubbly and crispy brown in spots.Preheat to 400o. Place the pizza in the oven and bake for 10 minutes. The cheese should look bubbly and gooey. Put not only the pizza (on a microwave safe plate is usually the best) in the microwave, but also put a half-filled glass of water. The water will prevent the heatwaves from going deep inside the pizza, making it only heat the crust and cheese.
5. Is thin crust pizza the best style of pizza there is?
While many like the doughier, thick crusted, or even Chicago style, I vastly prefer thin crisp! It can be baked to perfection, slightly charred and firm enough to withstand a good heaping of toppings. The cheese and sauce can literally be spread to the edges and slicing the crust is easier.Thin crust also does not bring so many carbohydrates to the consumer. Given a choice, I will always pick thin crust pizza first