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Message posted by Bob6124/11/2019 at 2:15pm
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Not much there for us English people

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Message posted by SGThomas24/11/2019 at 2:26pm
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Just as well you are not invited

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Message posted by SGThomas24/11/2019 at 2:41pm
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Thank you everyone for your help.

This exercise has clarified things. We are going with the Lebaneses menu and that's that. He who pays the piper etc.

As I am allowing 2 bottles of wine/champagne per person,the evening should go without a moan.

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Message posted by Bob6124/11/2019 at 7:17pm
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Quote: Originally posted by SGThomas on 24/11/2019
Just as well you are not invited



Shame...I had just dusted off my bib and tucker

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Message posted by thetootells24/11/2019 at 7:44pm
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Quote: Originally posted by SGThomas on 24/11/2019
I am probably going with this menu. I don't know what half of it means but what the hell


Aubergine slice, with harissa, feta andmintand a tahini dressing.

Zatar crusted slow roasted lamb on a bed of harissa-roasted vegetables.
or
Chicken, prune, butternut squash and tamarindtagine
or
Pucker-Up Lemon Sumac Chicken with Lemon Herb BoardSauce

Whipped hummus, tzatziki, yogurt, cucumber and mint salad.
Moghrabieh Salad with Preserved Lemon and Coriander Pesto
Fattoush salad
Tabbouleh salad, with fresh parsley and mint.
Spiced Moroccan couscous, with harissa roasted vegetables and coriander dressing.
Dessert
Orange blossom and pistachio tart.
Star Anise Yogurt Mousse with Fig Compote
Moroccan fresh mint tea
plus teas and coffees


If there are any vegans etc out there who feel that there is nothing for them on this menu, would you please let me know.

P.S What the hell is Moghrabieh salad?



Can I come please,

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Sounds verrry tasty! The moghrabieh thing is something to do with extra-large couscous, herbs and veggies. I don't think it'll bite back...

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Your couscous isn't usually GF as it's made from wheat.
We have 14 folk to dinner regularly; one is Coeliac and therefore GF, one is vegetarian & one is lactose intolerant. (The fussy ones don't get invited!) We do a pasta dish of some sort using GF pasta and substituting tins of green lentils for the minced meat, exactly the same recipe otherwise. No-one bothers that it's not meat. Sometimes we replace the pasta with rice and/or mashed potato. We put bowls of grated cheese onto the table for people to add their own - we grate it because ready-grated cheese often has wheat added to bulk it up and it's not GF.
However, it won't faze a good caterer, yours look like they've suggested a good menu. At least you don't have any people with a nut allergy!

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that looks a fabulous menu


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