27 May, 2011  |   Comment

Tweet roundup

  • RT @tree_hug_r: @susanorlean very important to stay winedrated.
  • @daisy Dead careers were also welcomed. Grin.
  • @follow_holly No. I like to think it as divine ukelele intervention.
  • I still have absolutely no idea who to be for tonight’s dead celebrity party. Groan.
  • My favorite time of day, wig time! http://instagr.am/p/Ewp6e/
  • @spangley @agirlandaboy Ha! Although we have lots of extra diapers laying about, I DON’T recommend you coating your chicken with them.
  • I grind up extra dippers in the food processor to coat pork and chicken with crumbs later in the week.
  • Providing enough dippers is always a challenge. Buy two bags of tortilla chips, potato chips or pita chips.
  • @HeartySplash I’d take the brisket and put it in my fridge for post-bocce noshing.
  • @HeartySplash I’d put the turkey and bacon into club sandwiches (use a skewer to hold them together). And I’d put the ribs alone.
  • Chopped choppy dips: crumbled blue cheese, salsa, chunky veggie dips, lumpy bean dips.
  • Dippy dips are smooth and dippable: Hummus, french onion dip, mustard, yogurt dip.
  • I put the go-to dips while the guests mill about in two categories, smooth dippy dips and chopped choppy dips.
  • I made some recommendations for Nell’s French Picnic Party. http://bit.ly/jspSBo
  • My favorite birthday food is lasagna http://bit.ly/lYM5h3. That’s what I’m taking with me.
  • RT @kgseymour: Poke and pour cake with Cool Whip for frosting will always hold a special place in my heart, especially on my birthday.
  • This week’s bocce theme is: Birthday Food. We’re bringing our favorite birthday foods to celebrate the many May birthdays.
  • My parents are here for the next seven days! Let the sneaking out after the girls fall asleep commence!
  • @talleygilly @erelmartin @daisy @spangley @Mandee Verified! I always thought calling it a barbecue meant barbecue sauce. Thanks!
  • My Wisconsin people called it “Grilling out.” James teases me because, “Where else would you grill?”
  • Barbecue v. Grilling, what do you call it?
  • @chriswolfgang Find out preferences ahead of time and you’ll save yourself the extra 😉
  • This means if you’re serving steak and lobster, you need to have enough steak for everyone AND lobster for everyone.
  • I know it can be more expensive, but you need to have enough of the same grillable food for everyone.
  • RT @jessicahische: in a five minute attempt to make an “am i a hipster?” flowchart … the most telling question: http://bit.ly/hipsterish
  • Balls http://instagr.am/p/EpmVZ/
  • Blog post – http://hjentertains.com/blog/?p=568 -This Pantry noodle salad is not only cheap, it’s tasty.
  • Dead celebrity party, progressive dinner party, birthday party themed bocce, it’s a big week of creative celebration.

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