Invaders Guild - Est. 2007 | Pangya Celebrity | Season X
 
HomeFAQRegisterLog in

Share | 
 

 Private party manu planning

View previous topic View next topic Go down 
AuthorMessage
neontrail
admin
admin
avatar

Number of posts : 3798
invader Points : 3491
invader Reputation : 44
Registration date : 2007-11-08
Age : 42

PostSubject: Private party manu planning    November 29th 2012, 10:51 pm

Got a private party booked for 10 people coming up.
What should I charge for actually going to their house to cook everything?(just this fee alone)

The menu must be completely dairy FREE. No butter, no milk, no mayo, no cheese...no yum-yum sauce.....ect...no of that.

Basically want to give them 3 options to choose for each course....


Any ideas?....Throw them at me...

Here is what I've worked up so far...

Choose one for each course:

Salad
-Mixed field greens, dried cranberries, red grapes and Roma tomatoes,
Toasted garlic herb Crostini. Served with a Huckleberry balsamic vinaigrette

Huckleberry Farm House
-Our house recipe classic dressing, with multi-grain croutons,
Chopped romaine lettuce and sliced pears.

Iceberg Wedge
-¼ head of lettuce wedge topped with choice dressing crispy apple-wood smoked bacon, diced roma tomatoes and sliced cucumbers.

Entrée
-Lemon pepper chicken Tender, juicy grilled chicken breast with a lemon caper Vin Blanc sauce.
-Roasted fingerling potatoes
-Grilled asparagus’

-Garlic chicken and shrimp pasta
-Marinated grilled chicken and shrimp, sautéed with Andouille Sausage, green and red bell peppers
Tossed in a roasted garlic white wine Sauce over penne pasta. Served with sliced baguette bread.

Chicken Marsala
-Grilled chicken breast topped with sautéed mushrooms and Our Marsala wine sauce.
-Creamy Polenta
-Fresh seasonal vegetables

Voodoo shrimp
-Blackened’ seasoned sautéed shrimp, with a spicy Roasted red pepper Sauce.
-Served over seasoned rice or Creamy Polenta
-Fresh seasonal vegetables

Beef Steak Bowl
-Tender, marinated Grilled filet tips with Shiitake mushrooms, scallions and caramelized onions, served with seasoned rice and Chef Chaka’ sriracha sauce. (Over Noodles is also an option)

Dessert
Strawberry Shortcake
Seasonal Fruit K-BOB’s served with a simple Syurp



as always, thanks for your feedback Laughing

_________________

Back to top Go down
http://invaders.worldgoo.com
BigWeesy
admin
admin
avatar

Number of posts : 1972
invader Points : 1806
invader Reputation : 38
Registration date : 2007-11-18
Age : 77
Location : Honolulu

PostSubject: Re: Private party manu planning    November 30th 2012, 1:52 am

All sound good.

_________________

Back to top Go down
bigbaffers

avatar

Number of posts : 1911
invader Points : 1417
invader Reputation : 7
Registration date : 2007-11-14
Age : 47
Location : ireland

PostSubject: Re: Private party manu planning    November 30th 2012, 3:10 am

sounds great to me, i,ll have one of each lol. as for the pricing i wouldnt have a clue.
Back to top Go down
http://www.myspace.com/bigbaffs
Rooikop
admin
admin
avatar

Number of posts : 1022
invader Points : 1226
invader Reputation : 40
Registration date : 2010-09-12
Age : 42
Location : Calgary, Alberta, Canada

PostSubject: Re: Private party manu planning    November 30th 2012, 9:22 am

WOW all looks wonderful! If I had to choose....

Salad - Mixed field greens with the dried cranberries and balsamic

Entree - Lemon Pepper Chicken

Dessert - Strawberry Shortcake

Question, how would you do the dessert with no whipped cream?

How many hours will you be at their house and is there any prep work you're doing before you get there??

_________________



Back to top Go down
neontrail
admin
admin
avatar

Number of posts : 3798
invader Points : 3491
invader Reputation : 44
Registration date : 2007-11-08
Age : 42

PostSubject: Re: Private party manu planning    November 30th 2012, 10:36 pm

He's agreed to pay $100 fee to have me cook there. I guess 3 hours. I will prep most I can before I arrive.

$20 per person

He was happy with the selections. I am worried about the creamy polenta. I may make it with risotto, then baked it, then grill a 4x4 square per portion. we shall see.


These are both non-dairy Smile

_________________

Back to top Go down
http://invaders.worldgoo.com
Roxi



Number of posts : 105
invader Points : 145
invader Reputation : 25
Registration date : 2012-04-15
Location : West Virginia

PostSubject: Re: Private party manu planning    November 30th 2012, 11:27 pm

Not to sure about the pricing especially for in home cooking But 33$ and some change an hour sounds pretty damn good to me lol

My choices would be the same as Rooi's (except maybe Chicken Marsala instead) but they all sound so good!

Way to make a name for yourself Neon!
Back to top Go down
esm1957
admin
admin
avatar

Number of posts : 1414
invader Points : 1550
invader Reputation : 17
Registration date : 2008-07-16
Age : 60
Location : Katy, Texas

PostSubject: Re: Private party manu planning    December 1st 2012, 12:03 am

Sounds pretty good, Marsala without butter, interesting. We do a lot of risotto at work but use butter and Romano cheese. Polenta you can make ahead. Use a shhet pan, let it cool then use a cookie cutter, cut pieces then brush with olive oil and grill. No dairy at least.

_________________

Back to top Go down
Sponsored content




PostSubject: Re: Private party manu planning    

Back to top Go down
 
Private party manu planning
View previous topic View next topic Back to top 
Page 1 of 1
 Similar topics
-
» Weird Contest Party Pictures :D
» Rules and Guidelines for hosting a party
» Welcome Spring Party!
» 3/8 FUTURE CLASSICS POOL PARTY L WMC L MIAMI
» GRAND CHRISTMAS PARTY (exclusive for STTM)

Permissions in this forum:You cannot reply to topics in this forum
 :: Neontrail's Galley-
Jump to: