Posted by: Shirley | October 24, 2014

Christmas Party 2014 – NEW LOCATION

regency christmas ball

WHEN: Saturday, December 6, 2014, at 5 p.m.
WHERE: Casa Karen (Address will be sent to guests who RSVP)
RSVP:  Leave a comment here or on Facebook if you’re coming. Please indicate how many guests will be attending.

Update: The following copied over from Rebecca

PLEASE bring something christmassy to drink or eat

User friendly plate balancing finger foods are great!

TEA & COFFEE AND still WATER AND NON-ALCOHOL ELDERFLOWER BEVERAGES AND REAL GINGER BEER WILL BE PROVIDED

Cocktail ingredients that would be fabulous to add to what will be provided:

bottle VODKA (2)
bottle GIN
any wine you like, red, white, sparkling – your choice
( glögg / gløgg?? )
SPARKLING CIDER (4)
SPARKLNG WATER (6)
SEASONAL / OTHER BEERS (4-6 PACKS) (2)

REBECCA:
-soft/hot drinks listed above
– organic no sugar cranberry juice for cocktails
-arctic cloudberry liquor from Scandinavia (if i can’t get it, they don’t ship to USA, I’ll get another kind of exotic cocktail mixer)
-magnum or two of prosecco
-ice
– Wild alaskan sockeye smoked salmon “gravlax” and clams (gluten & dairy free)

BRITISH THEME AS ALWAYS WITH NOD TO JANE OF COURSE, AND BRITISH CULTURE AND LITERATURE AND TV AND POP CULTURE…

Fun, christmassy, cocktail foods, britishy, also if anyone is interested in making any Scandinavian style seasonal foods? Might be a fun twist. Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, even Iceland? I’ve been immersing myself in Swedish, etc culture this year and it got me really excited to try this twist. (I’m trying to get the most amazing thing in the world… the rare arctic cloudberry liquor but they don’t import to US so I am hoping to find a place in NYC that does?!!!)

So if any of you have ever been interested in Scandinavian foods or traditions… I thought it might be a fun twist?

I’ve been on a food plan for several months so I’d prefer to leave dessert making, etc up to you guys… plus… you’re better at it than me:) Actually both of the hosts are off meat, dairy, wheat flour, sugar, etc so please don’t cater to us… make what you like and what you think others will like 🙂

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  1. Rebecca, am looking forward to your Christmas party. What can I bring?


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