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December 23, 2009

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Gail Hecko

OMG, Jerry, I can't stop laughing!!

All you have to do is super-size those minis and you've got the basic diet of most Americans. No offense, anyone. (She says, as she's craving those sausage balls)

barb Cabot

I could eat all that and be a very happy camper. Such a wonderful party. Sounds like you have a great group of co workers.

Eden

Jerry, Jerry, I was laughing so hard as I was reading this!

So those are trailer-trash- come-to-the-city food that I have been eating all this time??? No one told me that... Thanks for the information, Jerry.

Love this post!

sandrac

How very festive! But what a shame that you had to drink martinis, I guess the LCBO was sold out of Baby Duck??

A friend of mine (who did, in fact, grow up in trailer courts in northern Alberta) used to host annual trailer-trash parties. I can still see her now, hair in rollers and covered with a green chiffon head scarf......those were the best parties! Ours seemed to feature a lot of sculpted Jell-o!

sandi@ the whistlestop cafe

How did you find my family's secret recipe for sausage balls? Karo syrup is the key.

I think you did us proud!

JDeQ

Thanks for the great food suggestions Gail. I'll have to try that saltine thing next!

Trash food is so very satisfying isn't Barb? LOL

Eden - I'm not sure that any of this is allowed in california!

Sandra - we had a great time talking about the vino we could serve. Then rational took over.

I once got a bottle of baby duck as a joke gift. 'Tis still in the cellar.

Sandi - i got all of the recipes from YOUR cookbook!

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