When hosting a viewing party of any sort, there are two options for planning a menu. You can serve foods inspired by the show or popular dishes classic to the TV dinner. For my Heroes season premiere party, I've decided to do the latter and offer friends a tasty re-interpretation of the 1950s TV dinner. Guests will be greeted with shot glasses of spicy tomato soup. Mini grilled cheese sandwiches are an excellent companion. Beef, mashed potatoes, peas, and caramelized onions make up the main course that looks scrumptious served on a TV dinner tray. To get these comforting, delicious, timeless recipes, read more
With new seasons of all my favorite shows coming back on the air, I've been doubling up on the dining and viewing. I asked for your help looking for organized yet cute TV dinner trays. You saved your finds in the Yum Market on TeamSugar with the keyword tag TV Dinner Tray.
Look at this vast array of charming, compartmentalized trays to choose from! I love this stylish Lappers tray that shelleymonster found, especially its contemporary color scheme and kitschy dots. Browse the entire collection below.
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I don't know about you, but with new seasons of The Hills and Mad Men, I've been spending a lot of mealtimes in front of the tube. I think it's time I got myself some TV dinner trays to fit in with my couch dining experience. Can you help me find some choice picks? Bookmark the trays in the Yum Market on TeamSugar with the keyword tag TV dinner tray. Happy Hunting!
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One of the dishes the wannabe chefs on Gordon Ramsay's reality show, Hell's Kitchen, must produce on a regular basis, is beef Wellington. A traditional British dish, a beef Wellington is a perfectly seared piece of beef tenderloin encompassed by a light puffy pastry shell. After watching the chefs repeatedly burn, overcook, undercook, and ruin beef Wellingtons all season, my conclusion is they're not the easiest dish to make. But if you are feeling up to the challenge, and want to give beef Wellingtons a go, you'll find Ramsay's recipe after the break. Oh and if you aren't exactly in a culinary adventurous mood today, you must check out the video demonstration of Ramsay making Wellingtons. Set to music, it's pretty hot! read more
In case you haven't heard, the latest Harry Potter film opens this Wednesday. Since we're
total dorks big kids at heart, we're hoping to find ourselves in line for the midnight screening. However, it's bound to be chilly, so I thought it would be nice to pack a flask or two of warm delicious drinks — specifically warm, frothy butterbeer (if you have to ask what that is, then either do yourself a favor and start at book one, or run as fast as you can to the next post). If you'd like to whip up your own batch of butterbeer (we've got two versions — hot and cold), read more.