Of course I served lots of cold Mexican beer alongside!
Sweet tea was also available for those who preferred a nonalcoholic beverage. See how I made the drink tags (a Ballard Designs hack) here.
Of course, presentation is important, too, so I used the galvanized utensil caddy I found at HomeGoods a few days ago for the forks, napkins, and paper straws:
The fun retro-style napkins are from HomeGoods (I keep that store in business!).
I entertain several times a month, and although Pinterest is a lifesaver, sometimes I find myself running out of ideas. What are your best recipes/ideas for entertaining? I’d LOVE to hear them!
Thanks for stopping by~
Wow.. several times a month? That’s amazing. I manage only once or twice a year! Wish I had the confidence to do more. When I do entertain ,I have three go to meals….BBQ – I buy the meat at a great bbq place and add the sides, plain ole burgers and dogs, or low country boil. All pretty easy. Need to follow your lead and just do more. This one is a great idea…I love taco salad!
We love low country boil, too, and it makes perfect sense to serve it here in Savannah. Your menus sound great, Judi!
Debbie Nelson says
Thank you, Christy! I’m hosting a Bible study luncheon next week, I think I’ll do your taco salad bar—minus the beers, for this one! ole’!!
Teehee–yes, minus the beer sounds like a good idea! 🙂