Savvy mom transforms iconic Australian party treats such as Cheezels into a chic & # 39; tasting menu & # 39; for her sister's birthday – with hilarious results
- A mother from Melbourne helped put together a menu for her sister's birthday
- She recently visited a real tasting restaurant and thought it was & # 39; hilarious & # 39;
- So she bought a number of iconic Australian party items for a party
- They include cabanossi, Cheezels, ham, meat pies and sausage rolls
A creative woman is praised online after compiling a & # 39; tasting menu & # 39; inspired by iconic Australian party items such as Cheezels and meat pies for her sister's birthday.
Adelle, who lives in Melbourne, came up with the idea after testing a real tasting in a high-end restaurant near her house.
& # 39; The whole thing was just hilarious, & # 39; she said to FEMAIL.
A smart woman has a hilarious & # 39; tasting menu & # 39; for her sister's birthday. made with iconic Australian festive meals such as Cheezels and meat pies
Ritz crackers, cabanossi (both left) and Cheezels (right) were included in the easy to make appetizers
& # 39; I thought it would be fun to make one with food that everyone really loves. & # 39;
Tasting includes the presentation of expensive dishes in a sample size, focused on the human senses and high-quality culinary art.
But Adelle & # 39; s vision saw Ritz crackers accompanied by a slice of cheddar cheese and French onion dip covered with celery and carrot.
With 13 courses in total – including starters, main courses and dessert – she said it was a big hit with the guests (Devon with tomato sauce on the left and chips on the right)
Angus Beef Pâte was a classic combination of mini party cake, sliced carrot and tomato sauce
& # 39; I let the guests go through the menu and they were all a bit confused, & # 39; she said (sausage roll with a slice of apple and tomato sauce on the left and frankfurt on the right)
With 13 courses in total – including starters, main courses and dessert – she said it was a big hit with the guests.
& # 39; I let them go through the menu and they were all a bit confused, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; Then I brought out the dishes one by one and the smile started. They said they were actually quite full by the end of it. & # 39;
Small pizza bags (left) and French onion dip with carrots and celery (right) were on the menu
Chocolate rice clouds made for a delicious dessert after the interesting main courses (it's actually a chocolate crackle made from cocopuffs)
They came up with names like & # 39; fried wasabi-sliced potato & # 39; to describe three single potato chips and a small dash of soy sauce.
Or rather a frankfurt, some grated mozzarella and pineapple chunks a & # 39; smoky meat sausage & # 39 ;.
The & # 39; rainbow cane sugar sourdough & # 39; was nothing more than two slices of traditional Australian fairytale bread and colored popcorn became & # 39; kaleidoscope sweet corn & # 39 ;.
The & # 39; rainbow cane sugar sourdough & # 39; was nothing more than two slices of traditional Australian fairytale bread and colored popcorn, & # 39; kaleidoscope sweet corn & # 39;
Strawberry jam with powdered sugar – & # 39; Wild Strawberry Agar Cup & # 39; called – was the ultimate final
Share pictures of each dish on her blog Adelle received a lot of praise for her design, and many said this was a party they would like to go to.
& # 39; This is just great! I love what you did with it, & someone said.
She even served the dishes with a side of Pellegrino mineral water, to give it an extra touch of sophistication.
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