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Culinary (Chef's) Graduation Party (Read 8658 times)
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Culinary (Chef's) Graduation Party
Oct 24th, 2005, 5:15pm
 
Hello everyone,
I need help! I cannot find any place that provides supplies for an Adults Culinary Graduation. I keep getting referred to a kids chefs party or the pampered chef. Does anyone have any suggestions???
I need everything from,invitations,decorations,favors. I am willing to make anything since time is not on my side right now. The party is on November 19th.
I appreciate any responses.
Lulu
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Re: Culinary (Chef's) Graduation Party
Reply #1 - Nov 13th, 2005, 12:07am
 
Hi! I am graduating from Culinary school next spring. My parents are having a party for me. We are renting the sweet shop at the resort that I work at. I'm not positive, but we are throwing around the following ideas. Maybe you can use some of them. On the tables will be an assortment of clear glass vases and candle holders. One of the vases will have a goldfish in it with white candles floating on top. You could use candles in your in your school colors. We are going to have smoked salmon, chicken salad in phyllo cups, a cheese table and veggie and fruit trays. I thought about doing a beach theme, then I thought about making carved vegetable displays on each table, but I think the candles would be less time consuming. If you stick with a theme it makes it so much easier. If you have any ideas please post them or e-mail me. I can use all the help I can get. Thanks, and good luck!
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Re: Culinary (Chef's) Graduation Party
Reply #2 - Nov 10th, 2006, 11:10am
 
Consider doing something based on food....not really culinary items.  

Is this for you or your child?  What is there favorite food to cook?  Do a food heavy theme like a fiesta, tuscan spread......Your table decorations can be sombreros with chips in the brim and sala, or baskets with breads, grapes, and dipping oils.....

Invitations to corrdinate should be very easy to find.  Research the theme and you should find alot of items to use.
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