Supper Club: round three

Last Friday, we had another Supper Club event at Ham House. While not being afforded the luxury of prep time that we had at Supper Club number two, we still completed the task efficiently. My photo-taking was sadly few and far between so I will just describe it. We fed almost 40 people this time.

As they arrived, they got a glass of bubbly and these canapes to nibble on.

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From the top; cheese straws, mini Caprese salad (tomato, mozzarella, basil), a fig prosciutto and rocket salad, palmiers with parmesan or rose harissa.

Next up was a boiled egg with asparagus soldiers.

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The mains consisted of a lamb navarin, or a wild mushroom tart for the vegetarians. There was then a cold salad and a warm salad (roasted butternut, purple sprouting broccoli and courgette with an orange dressing, which sounds mental but tasted delicious) and roast potatoes with fresh rosemary. I did get a picture of my manager fighting with the tray of potatoes, which had got stuck in the hot cupboard.

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For dessert, as it’s getting near to Easter, we made a bread and butter pudding using hot cross buns…
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… and served it with a choice of homemade plum swirl icecream or double cream and then, as they sat back and thought it was time to relax, we brought them homemade marshmallows, plain or chocolate covered.

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And there you have it. Supper Club success once again.

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4 responses to this post.

  1. Oh, how I wish I was there!!!!

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  2. everything looks delicious but I will start with the desert first lo that pudding yum!! 🙂

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