Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Murder mystery evening at Rectory Park

Someone's dead - must be the food. Although it could have been the poison found in the drawing room.
Mini fish pie canape glazed using kitchen tip #8


Yes we catered for another Saturday evenings entertainment with Murder to Measure, this time at Rectory Park in Slimbridge.

Canapes, some of which you have seen before, were on the menu, eaten outside on the terrace in the last of the evening sun, while guests started their detective work.

Japanese spoons of wild mushroom risotto with

smoked salmon blinis in the middle


Asparagus and parmesan made a nice light summer starter, and grilled fillet of beef with runner beans, roast artichokes, rosti potato and a horseradish jus, the main course.



Then, after some revelations from the detectives, there was a specially requested assiette of desserts:


Dark chocolate tart


White chocolate and blueberry cheesecake


Japanese spoon of creme brulee


Strawberry and champagne tartlet


Shotgass of raspberry sorbet


All we had to do then was clear up the dead body.......

Murder mystery companies we have worked with:

Murder to Measure
Murder Meals

1 comment:

Lulu Barbarian said...

Hope the dead bodies didn't find their way into the leftovers!

I haven't seen this "Japanese spoon of..." before. Nice presentation.