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The Dinner Party Collective – Full Winter Menu

TDPC Logo The Dinner Party CollectiveLast week I presented to you a complete Summer Menu from The Dinner Party Collective project – and now the winter menu is published. Here are all the links for you in one place:

The Winter Menu | June 2015

Cremini Mushroom Soup | Winter Menu | Appetizer

Pan Fried Quail with Vincotto Glazed Grapes | Winter Menu | Main Course

Poached Pear Chocolate Puddings | Winter Menu | Dessert

Wine Pairings | Winter Menu | Southern Hemisphere | June 2015

Now we really need to hear from you, our readers – did you cook the full dinners or any of the separate dishes? If you did, how did you like it? Did you try the suggested wine pairings? If you did, what was your exact wine? Did the pairing work for you? Did you like the format of the menus? What would you change?

Bottom line – The Dinner Party Collective is a young project, and we need your feedback to help us grow, so get to it – set the date, call your friends and start cooking.

Meanwhile, I heard the season will change soon – and TDPC team is already back to the drawing board… Cheers!

  1. June 24, 2015 at 7:13 pm

    I am still collecting the wine and hope to make the whole meal soon before summer ends. The winter menu sounds great. Soon enought thats what we will be working on,

    • talkavino
      June 25, 2015 at 5:29 am

      sounds good! looking forward to your notes!

  2. June 25, 2015 at 2:33 pm

    oh congratulations to you, so fast! I still haven’t even seen the winter menu 😦 – must get over there

  1. September 29, 2015 at 7:55 am

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