Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Angel Park Putt Putt Experience


Looking for your next corporate event that everyone will love?  Check out Angel Park's Putt Putt event.  They have an affordable buffet and putt putt package that works for everyone!  the banquet space has been newly renovated including new furniture and patio access.  It is a great space for 25 to 100 people.  After dinner, move outside to the putt putt course.  The course is nine holes that mimic one of the actual golf courses, sand traps and all.  My favorite way to pick the winner is to separate the scores of the men and women and blindly pull their names out of bowls, combining scores of 1 man and 1 woman until everyone has been paired.  The couple with the lowest score wins!  These pictures were shared from a recent NCMA Southern Nevada meeting held at the club in June 2013.  Happy golfing!

Saturday, July 13, 2013

It's a Country Affair

I am excited to share these amazing pictures of a recent Cowboy Themed Celebration I was honored to help plan.   When you have a great band and some great food, it's hard to not get into the spirit.

Some of my favorites included:

  • Rockstar the mini horse - what a sweetie pie!
  • Wood kings tables with chivari chairs
  • Chalkboards with country western quotes 
  • Terrace lighting with chandelier and hanging burlap candle holders
  • Window draping with burlap panels
  • Country dessert bar with peanut butter and jelly dessert shots
  • Line dancing - the instructor was amazing!

Thanks go out to our Cowboy and Cowgirl partners!

Kings tables, chairs and other decor - RSVP Party Rentals
Draping - Jovani Linens
Burlap and lobby decor - Layers of Lovely
Band and Line Dancing - LV Wedding Music
Rockstar the horse and ranch decor - Sandy Valley Ranch
Hay Bails - IFA

Thursday, July 11, 2013

Fun Holiday Biscuit - Gobble Gobble

These fun and festive holiday biscuits are fun and easy to make!  I give them as holiday gifts to my son's teachers, in baskets to my friends for their holiday tables and bring a batch to every Thanksgiving.

Turkey Biscuits – Use Pillsbury Grands™ Flaky Biscuits (Regular, not Butter)

1. Cut  off - bottom 1/3 of biscuit

2. From center of remaining biscuit, score (do not cut all the way through), from middle to outer edge to form a sunrise pattern.

3. Attach the top 1/3 of the remaining portion of biscuit, to the bottom backside of main piece.

4. Wrap the remaining 2/3‘s around the bottom of biscuit, bringing it up and over the center of your “sunrise”.

5. Press the front and back (1/3 each side) together. (So it bakes together)

6. Fold the remaining 1/3 piece towards you, to form the beak of the turkey.

7. Cut a raisin in half or into fourths, depending on size.

8. Push two raisin pieces at the top fold of attached beak, to form eyes.  If they are not securely pushed in, they will pop out during baking and nothing looks sadder than a blind turkey on Thanksgiving!

9. Bake as directed.


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