Need help with a dinner party theme!!

Question: Need help with a dinner party theme!
I need a theme for a dinner party of 6-8 people - all close friends!.
I did mexican last time so need a totally different theme this time!.


Have you thought of one of those murder mystery dinner games!. We had a blast when we did ours!. We sent the information that was enclosed in the game to each person and they dressed the part when they arrived we were all ready to eat in character!. It was alot of fun!. You could also do a pictionary party or any type of game dinner, Or if you just want to do food, try a bbq given it's summer and do a kabob party!.!.!.!. get wood skewers and diced squares of pork, beef, lamb, veal what ever with diffrent collored peppers, tomatoes, pineapple ect!. each person creates their own kabob and you grill it!. I hope one of these was helpful!.


Have a deception dinner! Make foods that look like one thing but are something completely different!

Here is a great place to get ideas: http://familyfun!.go!.com/recipes/family/s!.!.!.

And here are more recipes; this is where I got the idea from!. I saw this once on Food Network and did it myself and it was a huge hit!

Italian!.!.!.!.!.should be very easy to prepare and you will have so many dishes to choose from!. In addition!.!.!.!.just about everyone I know loves Italian, you just can't go wrong! Have Fun and Enjoy your Dinner!!!


greek is an awesome one that would be so much fun! italian (like authentic italian) is a good one too! Www@FoodAQ@Com

well i think you should do a barbecue and have some cold drinks ice tea and sit on the patio and talk relax and just talk Www@FoodAQ@Com

thai or asian - make rolls rice etc
indian - curry something
greek - gyrosWww@FoodAQ@Com

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