Thursday, July 21, 2011
My client's two favorite colors are brown and pink and we incorporated those colors into all aspects of the decor.
While adding fresh fruit was popular a few years ago it's rarely seen anymore. I like that these flowers have just a small touch of green apples.
Monday, July 18, 2011
Thursday, July 14, 2011
Pauline Parry, the President and brain of the business was gracious enough (sorry, I couldn't resist) to provide us with two wonderful summer recipes. You will need to experiment a bit with quantities. Enjoy!
The salty and sweet combination of this Summer fruit Suprise is a winner!
The recipe is below
Watermelon and Strawberries with Balsamic Vinaigrette
Seedless watermelon, cut into chunks
Large and small strawberries, cut or whole - depending on size
Feta Cheese cut in small chunks
Balsamic Vinaigrette - recipe follows
Mix fruit and feta together gently. Add a handful of blueberries and drizzle with balsamic vinaigrette.
Balsamic Vainagrette - 1 Tbl Dijon Mustard, 1 cup balsamic vinegar, half a cup lemon juice, 3 Tbl. garlic, 3 cups olive oil, salt & pepper to taste. Blend everything in a Cuisinart except the oil. Slowly add oil to emulsify.
Haricot Vert, Artichoke, Orange Pepper & Sweet Pea Sala
Fresh peas (or frozen if you must)
1.Blanch Haricot Vert beans in boiling water for two minutes. They should cook but keep their color.2. Drain hot water from beans and place in cold water with ice to stop the cooking.
3. Take fresh peas from their pods - cook in boiling water for one minute or defrost frozen peas
4. Roast baby artichokes that have been soaked in marinade (recipe follows). Roast until tender, about a half hour at 400 degrees. Cool and cut into quarters. You can cheat and buy marinated artichokes in a jar.
5. Cut tops off of the peppers, take out seeds and julienne.
6. Toss all vegetables with Champagne Vinaigrette (recipe follows)
6 cups Chardonnay white wine
1 and a half cups red wine vinegar
one half cup cup Dijon Mustard
one half cup minced garlic
one eighth cup paprika
one half cup each of rosemary and thyme
12 cups olive oil & salt & pepper to taste
Measure all of the ingredients except oil into a large "sour cream" bucket. Whisk by hand. Slowly add oil, stirring to emulsify.
This recipe will yield one and a half gallons! Use it on chicken, fish and meat. Be creative.
1 Tbl. minced garlic
4 Tbl Dijon Mustard
three quarters cup champagne vinegar
3 cups olive oil & salt & pepper to taste
Blend everything in Cuisinart except oil. Slowly add oil to ingredients to emulsify.
We at Pryor Events thank Good Gracious!
Wednesday, July 13, 2011
Pom Pom Interiors.
From wonderful silver frames to unique jewelry, everything is enticing
Thursday, July 7, 2011
Pryor Events loves The Fry Girl.
These donuts are almost healthy - your guests will be able to eat donuts without the guilt.