Simplify your entertaining with this menu for a laid-back dinner party.
This fresh summer menu is guaranteed to please your dinner guests. Its creator, Karen Brosius, executive director of the Columbia (South Carolina) Museum of Art, is a terrific cook and often hosts the museum’s young professionals group at casual gatherings. The vibe of this meal is relaxed, fun, and definitely delicious.
Start your menu with this refreshing Southern version of the classic wine punctuated by fresh peaches and raspberries. Make
the sangria the day before to allow the flavors to blend.
A flavorful lemony chicken breast anchors the meal. A simple sauce and lemon slices make an elegant presentation for the skillet-cooked
These green beans are far from ordinary; the fresh garden veggie is mixed with creamy goat cheese, crunchy toasted almonds,
juicy red tomatoes, and flavorful vinaigrette.
Though made with orzo rather than rice, this colorful dish is similar to risotto. The creamy pasta perfectly complements the
Lemon Chicken and flavor-filled green beans.
These small cream puffs are the perfect finishing touch to your meal. The 4-ingredient dough is surprisingly easy to make,
and a simple Coffee Whipped Cream fills the crisp shell. Prepare the puffs up to 2 days in advance and store them cooled and
unfilled in an airtight container.