Wednesday, May 13, 2009

On the fifteenth of May, in the Jungle of Nool

Friday, I am planning Horton Hears a Who-themed dinner party for our little family. These are some ideas, so far:
Wickersham Brothers Monkey Bread
Clover Rolls
Elephant Ears?
Clovers (cauliflower with pink food coloring)
I've considered baking a chicken and claiming it's Vlad Vladikoff.... Or pita pockets (kangaroo pouch sandwiches?).
Any other suggestions on the food? It's a lot of bread right now. I googled elephant and kangaroo recipes. That led to some interesting and multi-cultural recipes, however 'cut the elephant into bite-size pieces' doesn't seem quite appropriate.


Cindy Brinkerhoff said...

Cute idea! Oh to have the time to do fun family things again ... I am with you on the bite size peces of elephant though, nasty!

Anonymous said...

I have no recipes for elephant, I'm afraid, but what a fun idea!

Anonymous said...

Those pink hostess snoballs on sticks would make for some fun clovers.

Maybe some peanuts in honor of our hero Hortin :)

Now I'm going to be thinking all night... not that it will be of any help.

Sugar Mommy said...

Love this idea! this is one of my triplets most favorite book! She carries it EVERYWHERE! They only one she doesnt rip the pages out of.
Let me know how it want...would love to hear the dishes!