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  1. #1
    Kalmia Guest

    Default plz critique this menu

    Here I go again: here's the plan--

    Swiss steak with mushrooms ( I want this built and in the fridge,
    ready to pop in oven when they get here)
    Mashed potatoes
    Steamed carrots (possible glazed)

    Dessert: apple crisp with dollop of plain yogurt

    Appetizer - I'm thinking of a shrimp spread and crackers. Too rich as
    a leadin to the Swiss steak?

    This is for company - she is an excellent cook, so I don't want to
    look TOO bad.

    A wine? I thought Shiraz...maybe?

    Thanks.

  2. #2
    >Stu Guest

    Default Re: plz critique this menu

    On Thu, 18 Jun 2009 06:31:40 -0700 (PDT), Kalmia
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Here I go again: here's the plan--
    >
    >Swiss steak with mushrooms ( I want this built and in the fridge,
    >ready to pop in oven when they get here)
    >Mashed potatoes
    >Steamed carrots (possible glazed)
    >
    >Dessert: apple crisp with dollop of plain yogurt
    >
    >Appetizer - I'm thinking of a shrimp spread and crackers. Too rich as
    >a leadin to the Swiss steak?
    >
    >This is for company - she is an excellent cook, so I don't want to
    >look TOO bad.
    >
    >A wine? I thought Shiraz...maybe?



    Maybe a Merlot or Barbera, I perfer a California Meritage Red

  3. #3
    jay Guest

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    On Thu, 18 Jun 2009 06:31:40 -0700 (PDT), Kalmia wrote:

    > Here I go again: here's the plan--
    >
    > Swiss steak with mushrooms ( I want this built and in the fridge,
    > ready to pop in oven when they get here)
    > Mashed potatoes
    > Steamed carrots (possible glazed)
    >
    > Dessert: apple crisp with dollop of plain yogurt
    >
    > Appetizer - I'm thinking of a shrimp spread and crackers. Too rich as
    > a leadin to the Swiss steak?
    >
    > This is for company - she is an excellent cook, so I don't want to
    > look TOO bad.
    >
    > A wine? I thought Shiraz...maybe?
    >
    > Thanks.


    Sounds OK to me. I love roasted carrots.. you should try roasting them.
    Their natural sugars really show when roasted and the oven does all the
    work. Some good ice cream would pick the apple crisp up a level. Wine..
    drink what ever you like.

    jay

  4. #4
    Tracy Guest

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    Kalmia wrote:
    > Here I go again: here's the plan--
    >
    > Swiss steak with mushrooms ( I want this built and in the fridge,
    > ready to pop in oven when they get here)
    > Mashed potatoes


    add roasted garlic to the mashed - makes 'em way better.

    > Steamed carrots (possible glazed)


    Glazed - will dill.
    >
    > Dessert: apple crisp with dollop of plain yogurt


    Ice cream would be nice too - as a dollop.
    >
    > Appetizer - I'm thinking of a shrimp spread and crackers. Too rich as
    > a leadin to the Swiss steak?


    Not a shrimp fan - so I can't say if it's too rich. I do like liver
    pate. Add some veggies.
    >
    > This is for company - she is an excellent cook, so I don't want to
    > look TOO bad.
    >
    > A wine? I thought Shiraz...maybe?
    >
    > Thanks.


  5. #5
    sf Guest

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    On Thu, 18 Jun 2009 06:31:40 -0700 (PDT), Kalmia
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Here I go again: here's the plan--
    >
    >Swiss steak with mushrooms ( I want this built and in the fridge,
    >ready to pop in oven when they get here)
    >Mashed potatoes
    >Steamed carrots (possible glazed)
    >
    >Dessert: apple crisp with dollop of plain yogurt
    >
    >Appetizer - I'm thinking of a shrimp spread and crackers. Too rich as
    >a leadin to the Swiss steak?
    >
    >This is for company - she is an excellent cook, so I don't want to
    >look TOO bad.
    >
    >A wine? I thought Shiraz...maybe?
    >

    What part of the world are you in??? This sounds like a winter menu
    to me.


    --
    I love cooking with wine.
    Sometimes I even put it in the food.

  6. #6
    Melba's Jammin' Guest

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    In article
    <[email protected]>,
    Kalmia <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Here I go again: here's the plan--
    >
    > Swiss steak with mushrooms ( I want this built and in the fridge,
    > ready to pop in oven when they get here)
    > Mashed potatoes
    > Steamed carrots (possible glazed)
    >
    > Dessert: apple crisp with dollop of plain yogurt
    >
    > Appetizer - I'm thinking of a shrimp spread and crackers. Too rich as
    > a leadin to the Swiss steak?
    >
    > This is for company - she is an excellent cook, so I don't want to
    > look TOO bad.
    >
    > A wine? I thought Shiraz...maybe?
    >
    > Thanks.


    I'd eat that. When you speak of it being built and in the fridge, does
    that mean assembled for cooking or ready to reheat? Swiss steak reheats
    nicely, IME, and that would reduce last minute stress of prep.
    Personally, I guess I'd like cinnamon ice cream on my apple crisp
    instead of yogurt. Shiraz? Heck if I know. :-) I'd prefer chilled
    TaB, myself.
    --
    -Barb, Mother Superior, HOSSSPoJ
    http://web.me.com/barbschaller - good news 4-6-2009
    "Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a great battle."
    -Philo of Alexandria

  7. #7
    Kalmia Guest

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    On Jun 18, 12:08*pm, Melba's Jammin' <barbschal...@earthlink.net>
    wrote:
    > In article
    > <de844f2f-ab92-43a7-87bd-53ffe2678...@o30g2000vbc.googlegroups.com>,
    >
    >
    >
    > *Kalmia <tweeny90...@mypacks.net> wrote:
    > > Here I go again: here's the plan--

    >
    > > Swiss steak with mushrooms ( I want this built and in the fridge,
    > > ready to pop in oven when they get here)
    > > Mashed potatoes
    > > Steamed carrots (possible glazed)

    >
    > > Dessert: *apple crisp with dollop of plain yogurt

    >
    > > Appetizer - I'm thinking of a shrimp spread and crackers. Too rich as
    > > a leadin to the Swiss steak?

    >
    > > This is for company - she is an excellent cook, so I don't want to
    > > look TOO bad.

    >
    > > A wine? *I thought Shiraz...maybe?

    >
    > > Thanks.

    >
    > I'd eat that. *When you speak of it being built and in the fridge, does
    > that mean assembled for cooking or ready to reheat? *Swiss steak reheats
    > nicely, IME, and that would reduce last minute stress of prep. *
    > Personally, I guess I'd like cinnamon ice cream on my apple crisp
    > instead of yogurt. *Shiraz? *Heck if I know. *:-) *I'd prefer chilled
    > TaB, myself.
    > --
    > -Barb, Mother Superior, HOSSSPoJhttp://web.me.com/barbschaller- good news4-6-2009
    > "Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a great battle."
    > -Philo of Alexandria


    Assembled for cooking. Lawd, anything to keep guests from ogling you
    as you battle with four burners and try to serve it up reasonably
    hot. I HATE that. Besides, I like to sit outside with 'em and keep
    'em in suspense til I say "Get to da table."

    My problem with refrigerated casseroles, tho is - I never know when
    to take it out to get sort of room temperaturized and how long to give
    it in the oven. I have served some still quite piping lasagnas
    because of this. Rule of thumb? Any suggestions?

  8. #8
    Kalmia Guest

    Default Re: plz critique this menu

    On Jun 18, 11:02*am, sf <s...@geemail.com> wrote:


    > What part of the world are you in??? *This sounds like a winter menu
    > to me.



    Well, it is, in a way. I am trying to work up some plans for
    overnight company and good for various seasons. I want to take all
    the thought and guesswork out when someone suddenly calls and want to
    stop.

  9. #9
    Kalmia Guest

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    On Jun 18, 10:53*am, Tracy <karac...@bc.edu> wrote:

    > > Appetizer - I'm thinking of a shrimp spread and crackers. Too rich as
    > > a leadin to the Swiss steak?

    >
    > Not a shrimp fan - so I can't say if it's too rich. I do like liver
    > pate. Add some veggies.



    I should've told more. The shrimp spread is made with neufchatel
    cheese, a drop of two of milk, some Worcestershire sauce, drop of
    lemon juice.

  10. #10
    Kalmia Guest

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    On Jun 18, 9:58*am, jay <jay...@the.com> wrote:
    > On Thu, 18 Jun 2009 06:31:40 -0700 (PDT), Kalmia wrote:
    > > Here I go again: here's the plan--

    >
    > > Swiss steak with mushrooms ( I want this built and in the fridge,
    > > ready to pop in oven when they get here)
    > > Mashed potatoes
    > > Steamed carrots (possible glazed)

    >
    > > Dessert: *apple crisp with dollop of plain yogurt

    >
    > > Appetizer - I'm thinking of a shrimp spread and crackers. Too rich as
    > > a leadin to the Swiss steak?

    >
    > > This is for company - she is an excellent cook, so I don't want to
    > > look TOO bad.

    >
    > > A wine? *I thought Shiraz...maybe?

    >
    > > Thanks.

    >
    > Sounds OK to me. I love roasted carrots.. you should try roasting them.
    > Their natural sugars really show when roasted and the oven does all the
    > work.


    I'll think about that. They'll have to get shoved in the oven tho
    with the Swiss steak cass tho. Timing and space could be a problem.

    I said yogurt cuz I'm trying to cut cals. Most of my guests seem to
    on Weightwatchers etc.

  11. #11
    brooklyn1 Guest

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    "Kalmia" <[email protected]> writes:
    > Here I go again: here's the plan--
    >
    > Swiss steak with mushrooms ( I want this built and in the fridge,
    > ready to pop in oven when they get here)
    > Mashed potatoes
    > Steamed carrots (possible glazed)
    >
    > Dessert: apple crisp with dollop of plain yogurt
    >
    > Appetizer - I'm thinking of a shrimp spread and crackers. Too rich as
    > a leadin to the Swiss steak?
    >
    > This is for company - she is an excellent cook, so I don't want to
    > look TOO bad.
    >
    > A wine? I thought Shiraz...maybe?
    >
    > Thanks.


    I't a nice menu, my kind of meal... I love swiss steak with mushroom gravy
    n' mashed... buttery maple glazed carrots are good, those can be made in
    advance too. Only change I'd make is instead of the shrimp spread (whatever
    that is) I'd go with a decorative composed salad, could even contain shrimp,
    serve it like a gussied up shrimp cocktail... I'd prefer a dollop of avocado
    mayo rather than the typical red cocktail sauce.. fill a half avocado shell
    with the lemony avocado green goddess mayo dressing with the shrimp stuck
    in, on a bed of lettuce, tomatoes, and avocado slices too. Yoose can all
    have my wine, I'll have a pitcher of Boodles 2nis... I'll even bring the gin
    and vermouth if you supply the pitcher and ice. Forget the crackers, serve
    a crusty loaf to sop up the extra mushroom gravy. I'm not sure about that
    dollop of yogurt on your apple crisp, a lot of folks don't like plain
    yogurt, it's a bit sour... a scoop of vanilla ice cream is more universal.




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    Mr. Joseph Littleshoes Esq. Guest

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    Kalmia wrote:
    > Here I go again: here's the plan--
    >
    > Swiss steak with mushrooms ( I want this built and in the fridge,
    > ready to pop in oven when they get here)


    Want to post the recipe your using?

    > Mashed potatoes


    Garlic & buttermilk mashed potatoes?

    > Steamed carrots (possible glazed)


    ......well.....if you like carrots, you can do marvelous things to
    carrots with some brandy and butter, chaffing dish and all that, orange
    juice can be a welcome addition to carrots but other wise server some
    freshly shelled steamed peas with a dab of butter.

    >
    > Dessert: apple crisp with dollop of plain yogurt


    I would use real whipped cream or even a good triple cream vanilla ice
    cream.

    >
    > Appetizer - I'm thinking of a shrimp spread and crackers. Too rich as
    > a leadin to the Swiss steak?


    Not at all. Though if you wanted to forgo the meat as an appetizer
    there are some very nice veggie and/or bean loaves (pates) that are very
    nice.

    >
    > This is for company - she is an excellent cook, so I don't want to
    > look TOO bad.
    >
    > A wine? I thought Shiraz...maybe?


    I would go with a good solid burgundy with the Swiss steak and as i
    suppose this will be a family style meal, rather than being served in
    courses, i would offer a good white wine as an alternative. But do have
    on hand some good mineral water or fruit juice.

    Brandy & coffee with dessert?

    >
    > Thanks.


    --
    Mr. Joseph Littleshoes Esq.

    Domine, dirige nos.
    Let the games begin!
    http://www.dancingmice.net/Karn%20Evil%209.mp3


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    brooklyn1 Guest

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    "Kalmia" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    On Jun 18, 10:53 am, Tracy <karac...@bc.edu> wrote:

    > > Appetizer - I'm thinking of a shrimp spread and crackers. Too rich as
    > > a leadin to the Swiss steak?

    >
    > Not a shrimp fan - so I can't say if it's too rich. I do like liver
    > pate. Add some veggies.



    I should've told more. The shrimp spread is made with neufchatel
    cheese, a drop of two of milk, some Worcestershire sauce, drop of
    lemon juice.

    Shellfish with dairy, BLECH!



  14. #14
    Mr. Joseph Littleshoes Esq. Guest

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    Melba's Jammin' wrote:
    >>
    >>A wine? I thought Shiraz...maybe?
    >>
    >>Thanks.

    >
    >
    > I'd eat that. When you speak of it being built and in the fridge, does
    > that mean assembled for cooking or ready to reheat? Swiss steak reheats
    > nicely, IME, and that would reduce last minute stress of prep.
    > Personally, I guess I'd like cinnamon ice cream on my apple crisp
    > instead of yogurt. Shiraz? Heck if I know. :-) I'd prefer chilled
    > TaB, myself.


    *Chuckle* i bought some red colored wine glasses just so i can serve
    myself Pepsi without the dreadful looks of disapproval i occasionally
    get from some of my more snobbish foody friends

    I can enjoy a good wine as a drink, by itself, and wine for cooking is
    excellent but i have never been able to drink any form of alcohol with
    food and enjoy it. Often as not ill have a glass of milk with a meal.
    Coffee complements many foods, and yet Pepsi is an all around favorite
    for pairing with food.

    Even the beers i really like taste foul to me when i try to enjoy them
    with food.

    --
    Mr. Joseph Littleshoes Esq.

    Domine, dirige nos.
    Let the games begin!
    http://www.dancingmice.net/Karn%20Evil%209.mp3


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    Merryb Guest

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    On Jun 18, 10:27*am, Kalmia <tweeny90...@mypacks.net> wrote:
    > On Jun 18, 12:08*pm, Melba's Jammin' <barbschal...@earthlink.net>
    > wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > > In article
    > > <de844f2f-ab92-43a7-87bd-53ffe2678...@o30g2000vbc.googlegroups.com>,

    >
    > > *Kalmia <tweeny90...@mypacks.net> wrote:
    > > > Here I go again: here's the plan--

    >
    > > > Swiss steak with mushrooms ( I want this built and in the fridge,
    > > > ready to pop in oven when they get here)
    > > > Mashed potatoes
    > > > Steamed carrots (possible glazed)

    >
    > > > Dessert: *apple crisp with dollop of plain yogurt

    >
    > > > Appetizer - I'm thinking of a shrimp spread and crackers. Too rich as
    > > > a leadin to the Swiss steak?

    >
    > > > This is for company - she is an excellent cook, so I don't want to
    > > > look TOO bad.

    >
    > > > A wine? *I thought Shiraz...maybe?

    >
    > > > Thanks.

    >
    > > I'd eat that. *When you speak of it being built and in the fridge, does
    > > that mean assembled for cooking or ready to reheat? *Swiss steak reheats
    > > nicely, IME, and that would reduce last minute stress of prep. *
    > > Personally, I guess I'd like cinnamon ice cream on my apple crisp
    > > instead of yogurt. *Shiraz? *Heck if I know. *:-) *I'd prefer chilled
    > > TaB, myself.
    > > --
    > > -Barb, Mother Superior, HOSSSPoJhttp://web.me.com/barbschaller-good news 4-6-2009
    > > "Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a great battle."
    > > -Philo of Alexandria

    >
    > Assembled for cooking. *Lawd, anything to keep guests from ogling you
    > as you battle with four burners and try to serve it up reasonably
    > hot. * I HATE that. *Besides, I like to sit outside with 'em and keep
    > 'em in suspense til I say "Get to da table."
    >
    > *My problem with refrigerated casseroles, tho is - I never know when
    > to take it out to get sort of room temperaturized and how long to give
    > it in the oven. *I have served some still quite piping lasagnas
    > because of this. *Rule of thumb? *Any suggestions?- Hide quoted text -
    >
    > - Show quoted text -


    You need a probe type thermometer!

  16. #16
    jmcquown Guest

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    "sf" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news[email protected]..
    > On Thu, 18 Jun 2009 06:31:40 -0700 (PDT), Kalmia
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>Here I go again: here's the plan--
    >>
    >>Swiss steak with mushrooms ( I want this built and in the fridge,
    >>ready to pop in oven when they get here)
    >>Mashed potatoes
    >>Steamed carrots (possible glazed)
    >>
    >>Dessert: apple crisp with dollop of plain yogurt
    >>
    >>Appetizer - I'm thinking of a shrimp spread and crackers. Too rich as
    >>a leadin to the Swiss steak?
    >>
    >>This is for company - she is an excellent cook, so I don't want to
    >>look TOO bad.
    >>
    >>A wine? I thought Shiraz...maybe?
    >>

    > What part of the world are you in??? This sounds like a winter menu
    > to me.
    >
    >


    While I understand using seasonal (and regionally available) fruits and
    vegetables, I've never understood why someone wouldn't eat something like
    swiss steak in the summer. It may make sense if you don't have air
    conditioning and it's 100 degrees outside, if the stove/oven is going to
    heat your home to something unbearable. But since I don't live in 1900 or
    even 1960, and since I do have air conditioning, if I want a hearty hot meal
    in the summer time there's absolutely no reason not to cook a nice hot meal
    I do it all the time.

    Jill


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    jmcquown Guest

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    "brooklyn1" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:dIv_l.3223$[email protected]..
    >
    > "Kalmia" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]..
    > On Jun 18, 10:53 am, Tracy <karac...@bc.edu> wrote:
    >
    >> > Appetizer - I'm thinking of a shrimp spread and crackers. Too rich as
    >> > a leadin to the Swiss steak?

    >>
    >> Not a shrimp fan - so I can't say if it's too rich. I do like liver
    >> pate. Add some veggies.

    >
    >
    > I should've told more. The shrimp spread is made with neufchatel
    > cheese, a drop of two of milk, some Worcestershire sauce, drop of
    > lemon juice.
    >
    > Shellfish with dairy, BLECH!
    >


    M'dear, I think this dislike must hark back to some ancient religious thing
    (which you claim you don't subscribe to). There's absolutely nothing wrong
    with shellfish and dairy. For example, seafood au gratin (usually
    containing crab, scallops or other shellfish in a cheese sauce) is an
    absolutely wonderful dish. Lobster Newburg, which contains (heh) lobster,
    butter, cream or half & half, is also delicious. You seem to have this "yuk
    factor" for no good reason other than to think seafood and any dairy
    products don't belong together. Trust me, there are some wonderful dishes
    which combine shellfish with various dairy products.

    Jill


  18. #18
    Kalmia Guest

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    On Jun 18, 2:10*pm, "brooklyn1" <gravesen...@verizon.net> wrote:
    > "Kalmia" <tweeny90...@mypacks.net> writes:
    > > Here I go again: here's the plan--

    >
    > > Swiss steak with mushrooms ( I want this built and in the fridge,
    > > ready to pop in oven when they get here)
    > > Mashed potatoes
    > > Steamed carrots (possible glazed)

    >
    > > Dessert: *apple crisp with dollop of plain yogurt

    >
    > > Appetizer - I'm thinking of a shrimp spread and crackers. Too rich as
    > > a leadin to the Swiss steak?

    >
    > > This is for company - she is an excellent cook, so I don't want to
    > > look TOO bad.

    >
    > > A wine? *I thought Shiraz...maybe?

    >
    > > Thanks.

    >
    > I't a nice menu, my kind of meal... I love swiss steak with mushroom gravy
    > n' mashed... buttery maple glazed carrots are good, those can be made in
    > advance too. *Only change I'd make is instead of the shrimp spread (whatever
    > that is) I'd go with a decorative composed salad, could even contain shrimp,
    > serve it like a gussied up shrimp cocktail... I'd prefer a dollop of avocado
    > mayo rather than the typical red cocktail sauce.. fill a half avocado shell
    > with the lemony avocado green goddess mayo dressing with the shrimp stuck
    > in, on a bed of lettuce, tomatoes, and avocado slices too. *Yoose can all
    > have my wine, I'll have a pitcher of Boodles 2nis... I'll even bring the gin
    > and vermouth if you supply the pitcher and ice. *Forget the crackers, serve
    > a crusty loaf to sop up the extra mushroom gravy. *I'm not sure about that
    > dollop of yogurt on your apple crisp, a lot of folks don't like plain
    > yogurt, it's a bit sour... a scoop of vanilla ice cream is more universal.


    The shrimp spread and crackers is the for the midafternoon on-the-deck
    part if they get here way before dinner time. I guess I shouldn't have
    called it an appetizer. If I'm feeling extra industrious, I'll
    balance that with pineaple chunks.
    Some libation, of course.
    I've served this many times and it always goes - so I stick with it.

    I'll make a note of the vanilla ice cream - everyone seems to be in
    favor of that vs. the yogurt.

  19. #19
    Bob Terwilliger Guest

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    Kalmia wrote:

    > Here I go again: here's the plan--
    >
    > Swiss steak with mushrooms ( I want this built and in the fridge,
    > ready to pop in oven when they get here)
    > Mashed potatoes
    > Steamed carrots (possible glazed)
    >
    > Dessert: apple crisp with dollop of plain yogurt
    >
    > Appetizer - I'm thinking of a shrimp spread and crackers. Too rich as
    > a leadin to the Swiss steak?
    >
    > This is for company - she is an excellent cook, so I don't want to
    > look TOO bad.
    >
    > A wine? I thought Shiraz...maybe?


    I don't think of Swiss steak as "company" food, but if that's what you want
    to serve and you know your guests like Swiss steak, by all means go for it.

    You mentioned elsewhere in the thread that your guests are mostly on Weight
    Watchers. With that in mind, I'd consider serving puréed cauliflower (a.k.a.
    fauxtatoes) rather than the mashed potatoes. This might also be a good
    occasion for glazed carrots with elephant garlic. (Elephant garlic is not
    true garlic; it's much milder and the cloves are both larger and more
    delicate.) I'd serve a tossed salad instead of the shrimp and crackers, and
    I'd jazz up the plain yogurt with some vanilla extract.

    It's difficult to think of a red wine which *wouldn't* go with Swiss steak.
    Any decent dry red wine would do, but there's certainly no need to spend a
    lot of money. Shiraz would be fine.

    Bob


  20. #20
    Bob Terwilliger Guest

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    Kalmia wrote:

    > The shrimp spread and crackers is the for the midafternoon on-the-deck
    > part if they get here way before dinner time. I guess I shouldn't have
    > called it an appetizer. If I'm feeling extra industrious, I'll balance
    > that with pineaple chunks.


    In that case, disregard what I wrote about the salad. For midafternoon
    on-the-deck snacks, the shrimp spread would be fine, but you might consider
    offering cucumber slices along with the crackers.

    Bob


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