To round out the soup posts from the previous week and a half, Deanna of Mirabelle Creations has graciously offered to give you some tips on hosting a soup-tasting party! Deanna is the maven of entertaining and always offers inspirational ideas on throwing parties and events. A soup-tasting party is a great way to bring friends together during these cold winter months. Make sure to read to the end...Deanna has offered us some free downloadable files to help make your party easier to host! Thanks, Deanna!
Hello readers of The World in My Kitchen! I'm Deanna, of Mirabelle Creations, and I'm thrilled to be here sharing some party ideas during Soup Week. Over the past couple of weeks, you have been treated to some wonderful soup recipes from a few of my fellow Kentucky Food Bloggers. Now that you have all of these great recipes, it would be the perfect time to host a Soup Tasting Party, a fun, casual way to warm up a cold winter night. I have a few tips for you to make any Soup Tasting Party successful.
|Black Bean Pumpkin Soup|
Cream of Walnut Soup
Mini Soup in Disposable Cups
|Sweet Potato Soup in a Mug|
|Mini Pumpernickel Grilled Cheese with Pickles |
Mini Italian Clubs
|Chocolate Stout Cupcake|
|Soup Tasting Card|
|Soup Tasting Labels|
|Soup Recipe Card|
I've also created these FREE, downloadable files for you to print for your Soup Tasting Party. The first is a Soup Tasting Card, so your guests can take notes on their favorite soups. Second is a sheet of fancy labels that can be used to label the types of soup and/or toppings. Finally, I have created a recipe card, so guests can take home the recipes for each soup.
Thank you so much for having me, Mindy. You can check out my other entertaining and party ideas at Mirabelle Creations.
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