A Foodie’s Ultimate Birthday Party

If the smell wafting from a nearby gastropub makes your mouth water and brings a smile to your face, you might be a foodie. You likely enjoy various foods, spices, and culturally delicious plates you can find brings you joy just like any other hobby. Being a foodie is more than grabbing a bite to quiet down a rumbling stomach -- it’s also about finding pleasure in the food itself. This passion can be recreated for you in the form of a foodie lovers birthday party. You can put a spin on a classic childhood menu, creating an edible experience big enough to share. By intertwining childhood favorites with a hint of creativity and innovation, you can celebrate your big day in style. Here are some things for a foodie to enjoy at this ultimate birthday party.


You don’t need to find yourself looking at those double digits on your cake with trepidation or sadness. Stick to nostalgia and recreate the beloved foods from your childhood to share with all of your closest friends today. Summer backyard barbecues always set the tone, whether they bring you back to childhood 4th of July parties with sparklers and root beer floats, or the late nights around a fire pit roasting s’ mores. You can create a fun atmosphere complete with sparkling lights..

Decorate the backyard with a few summer touches. Because you want to enjoy your food in peace, you can make functional centerpieces of edible and pest-resistant plants. Lavender, peppermint, and basil are natural ways to keep the mosquitos at bay. Citronella, though not edible, has small, white flowers that can be added to planters around the yard for an added layer of protection.

Finger feast

Once the scene is set, it’s time to make mouths water with twists on your old favorites. With a slushie machine rental, you can serve up snow cones with a variety of syrups you made yourself. Raspberries freshly picked can be transformed into a sweet syrup to pour over shaved ice. Add a splash of your favorite lemon or citrus liquor for a grown-up version of an old-time flair.

Finger foods are small treats that guests can snack on while conversing with each other while the main dish is being made. Summer classics like hot dogs and hamburgers can take transformed into small versions as sliders and pigs in a blanket. Tropical and fun toothpicks can help aid you pick up your tiny fare. Whip up a selection of gourmet condiments and other specialties alongside the familiar foods. You can arrange small dishes of honey dijon, horseradish sauce with pineapple, or mustard with a hint of cognac to try out.

The main dish and dessert

People enjoy schmoozing at a party, so if you are limited on space, portable and easy-to-eat food can be a great idea to allow guests to socialize without worrying about where to sit. One great, innovative option is to use a waffle cone as a plate, and allow guests to fill it with all kinds of favorite dishes like macaroni and cheese, bacon, grilled chicken and even mashed potatoes. If you love potatoes, you can place a few varieties of mashed potatoes with toppings such as chives, cilantro, cracked peppercorns, and sea salt. French fries or tater tots drizzled with melted cheese can be the base of your dinner cone and add sauteed onions, steak, and peppers. You may want to lay out a few different options so your guests can create their own combinations. It’s easy to carry and eat with a long fork to grab everything at the bottom and you don’t have to worry about the clutter or environmental impact of plastic plates.

To turn the waffle cone into a delicious dessert vessel, set out ice cream, in addition to cherries soaked in vodka with chopped nuts. It’s the perfect treat for a hot summer evening.
For added vibes, add a few glow sticks to your sundaes and take a seat by the pool.

And don’t forget to take loads of photos, and share all the ibi smiles with all the guests afterward.
A Foodie’s Ultimate Birthday Party A Foodie’s Ultimate Birthday Party Reviewed by Pravesh Kumar Maurya on August 22, 2019 Rating: 5

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