Host a Royal Wedding Watch Party … Southern Weekend Style
We’ve seen a lot of lists recently detailing a few traditional British dishes to feature if you’re throwing a party for the royal nuptials. So, we decided to show you some great twists on the typical suggestions, with added Southern Weekend flavor. Check out these recipes for your Royal Wedding Watch Party!
Typical Party: Gin & Tonic
Southern Weekend Twist: Ramos Gin Fizz
Kick the party up a notch with a Ramos Gin Fizz, a classic New Orleans drink that’s been around since the 1880s. Click below for the recipe straight from the Empire Bar in New Orleans.
Typical Party: Twinnings English Breakfast Tea
Southern Weekend Twist: Sweet Tea
Sure a cup of hot tea is always great, but nothing quenches thirst like a great glass of sweet tea. Check out some tips on how to make sure your tea really shines.
Typical Party: Finger Sandwiches
Southern Weekend Twist: Chicken Biscuits
Ok so they’re definitely a far stretch from the finger sandwiches being served in the UK- but they’re fingerlickin’ good! Follow the link below for a great recipe for your party.
Typical Party: Chips & Dip
Southern Weekend Twist: Cheeseboard
A wonderful charcuterie board isn’t solely for Louisianians BUT we would be remiss to not add this to our list! If you ever have trouble figuring out how exactly to assemble your own, click the link below to find out how it’s done.
Typical Party: Deviled Eggs
Southern Weekend Twist: Salmon Deviled Eggs
Deviled eggs are usually a highlight for most parties. Add a little twist to the dish with Shaya’s version featuring salmon! Click the link to try the recipe this weekend!