Eco-Friendly Halloween Dinner Party

We usually have a Halloween party, but this year decided to have a Halloween dinner. We wanted it to be a sit down dinner so we invited our closest family friends. I spent all morning preparing our home for our guests and setting the table. Mr. Sweet Greens was in the kitchen all afternoon, preparing a feast. He prepared everything from scratch and only used organic or all natural ingredients. Our guests loved the meal and it was a fun night full of laughing, chatting and spooky movies for the kids.

The Menu

  • Organic baguette with organic Gouda, Le Gruyere and Brie 
  • Dinner:

    • Homemade Organic New England Clam Chowder
    • Organic salad of fresh greens, golden delicious apples, Bermuda onion and honey mustard vinaigrette.
    This salad with it’s yummy dressing was a hit with the kids and I think it was the first time that I have heard children ask for seconds of salad. 

    • All Grass-Fed prime rib roast with a red wine reduction Gorgonzola sauce
    • Organic horseradish mashed potatoes
    • Organic broccoli and Le Gruyere gratin.
    •  Organic rolls
    • Organic pumpkin cheesecake and organic homemade vanilla ice cream. Eben and I made the pumpkin cheesecake together. I will be sharing this recipe in a couple of weeks, it is perfect for Thanksgiving.
    • Eben and I also made organic carob covered vegan marshmallow sticks for the kids.
    ** Tonight, we are going to a chili and cornbread get together before Trick or Treating. Then, the Dad’s are taking the kids trick or treating while the Mom’s stay home, greet trick or treaters and enjoy wine together.

    What are your Halloween plans?

    7 Responses to Eco-Friendly Halloween Dinner Party

    1. Hypnotransformations November 1, 2009 at 12:22 am #

      Wow! What a delicious meal!

    2. Sweet Greens November 1, 2009 at 3:25 am #

      Hi Hypnotransformations,
      Great! Thanks you.
      Sweet Greens.

    3. - Marybeth I. November 2, 2009 at 3:27 am #

      An award is waiting for you:

      congrats 🙂

    4. Sweet Greens November 2, 2009 at 1:10 pm #

      Hi Marybeth,
      Thank you so much for the award, I really appreciate it.
      Sweet Greens.

    5. GUGAW November 2, 2009 at 1:38 pm #

      wow looks absolutely delicious!

    6. Sweet Greens November 2, 2009 at 1:50 pm #

      Hi GUGAW,
      Thank you, it was delicious.
      Sweet Greens


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