Remember the invitation I posted a few weeks ago ... well here we are! Everyone loved fondueing. Of course, as you look around the table, 4 gentlemen remember when fondueing was popular, the ladies, not so much. teeheeee
We started the evening with a cheese and fresh cubed bread from Dorothy Lane Market. It was simply delicious. And then I had three pots on the table, two fryers and one broth. We had plump gulf shrimp, scrumptious filet mignon, large sea scallops, tons of fresh vegies, cauliflower, asparagus, red peppers, button mushrooms, yellow squash. The tempura was an easy box and then four dipping sauces ... Garlic Peanut Sauce, Vidalia Onion and Fig sauce, Mango Jalepeno and Soy Garlic ... my homemade soy garlic sauce was the best. Everyone said!
After dinner we played a spin off of the Newlywed Game. I had 25 questions that everyone had to answer and then read aloud. It was hilarious!!!! I just about peed myself laughing at the "oldest" married couple that stated they didn't need to practice when I gave everyone a heads up that afternoon. They came in second, and she wasn't happy about it.
Tonya even has the look like, it was us, I knew it all along kind of attitude! It was cute. And each of my friends got a piece of Longaberger. The winner got to trade/take someone elses piece if she wanted, and of course she did! lol And since the gentlemen were such good sports, because some of the questions were on a personal level (like who's gas smells the worst), they got cigars!
The guys even weathered the bitter cold to go puff on their cigars. Okay okay, and the girls couldn't let them have all the fun, so we went out and took a little drag too. tee heee Anyway, what a great evening!!!