Monday, August 22, 2011

You do not like them so you say, try them, try them and you may.

Zeb's Dr Seuss Party part 2:
The Food table.
Oh I had such fun thinking up ideas for this!

Horton Hears a Who cake pops.

Popcorn.

Green (devilled) eggs and ham.

Yertle the Turtle sweets.

Cat in the Hat striped strawberry, jelly and vanilla panna cotta pots.

Oh the Places You'll Go cake.

Take home lolly boxes with (white chocolate) green eggs and (pink sour strap) ham, for the adults,
and Dr Seuss books for the kids (of course)!

17 comments:

  1. Fantstic ideas as usual Katherine! The cake is amazing - Oh the Places you'll go is a favourite book in this house for both young and old! What are the turtles made out of - I can see a pecan on top?

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  2. Cake=A-MAZING
    Food=SOO CLEVER
    Theme=So sweet for a little boy
    Love the whole thing! Debbs was raving about it. Extra impressive because it's child #3!!

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  3. Oh wow Katherine. You put the rest of us to shame. Love the strawberry jelly & vanilla panna cotta cups. The whole thing is absolutely extraordinary!! Oh, and happy birthday to little Zeb :)

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  4. Awesome Katherine! You could get onto Donna Hay and give them some kids party ideas!! So lovely for your precious boy! Love Martine

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  5. Best food table yet?? I think so!

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  6. Thanks for your lovely comments Ladies :)
    Here is the link for the yummy turtles Cheryl: http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/pretzel-turtles/detail.aspx

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  7. LOVE it Katherine!! Party Queen!!

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  8. Such a brilliant idea, and so delicious executed! Needless to say.. I wish I had been there!

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  9. Can you tell me how you made the strawberry jello and panna cotta cups? They look awesome!!!

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  10. What did you use to make the pink peaks on the horton hears a who cake pops?

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  11. HOW DID YOU DO THE CAKE POPS ???? IS IT ICING SUGAR ??? WHIPPED CREAM ????

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  12. Hi! Thanks for stopping by! I used a fluffy icing recipe, coating the cake pops then 'fluffing' it out with the back of a spoon. Here is one that you can try http://allrecipes.com/recipe/fluffy-white-frosting/
    Good luck!

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    1. WOW THANKS ....THERE ARE AMAZING GOING TO USE THEM AT MY DAUGHTERS BABY SHOWER IN 3WKS

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  13. Where did you get books with red and white striped spines? Are they sold as a collection?

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    1. Hi, yes these came as a box set, purchased in Australia :-)

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  14. Hi, my son's Dr. Seuss party is in a couple of weeks. Can you tell me how you made the strawberry jello and panna cotta cups?

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