Grilled Lamb Dinner: Awesome Menu & Recipes from Iceland
Dinner Parties by Xandra Nash, Book 6, Paperback
In Grilled Lamb Dinner, Nashville party planner Xandra Nash has gathered authentic Icelandic recipes from her hosts in Iceland, and rewritten them with American measurements. After testing them extensively in her own kitchen, she’s confident that they’re perfect for you!
Now you can host your very own Dinner Party, no matter what your cooking skill level. With Xandra’s series, “Dinner Parties by Xandra Nash”, menu and recipes make it easy and fun!
How many times have you thought about hosting a dinner party but didn’t do it because you can’t seat everyone in one room? Cast your worries aside, and let me show you how to throw a successful and relaxed buffet dinner party that will delight your guests. Discover delicious and crowd-pleasing dishes with this, the sixth book of the “Dinner Parties by Xandra Nash” series.
With Grilled Lamb Dinner, you’ll learn how to plan the menu, buy the groceries, and make the recipes that make up an authentic traditional Icelandic meal. You can even download a printable grocery list and a beautiful menu for your guests!
So, get your buffet and party supplies together, invite your friends, and give them a Grilled Lamb Dinner that they’ll never forget!
READ XANDRA’S ICELAND STORY:
The land of fire and ice – Where your menu entree choices are Fish… or Lamb!
MY HUSBAND LOVES TO GRILL.
Me, not so much, unless I can do it on the stovetop.
Oh, before we talk about grilling, let me tell you about something that happened a couple of years ago.
One Thursday I came home from my day job and hubby was already home. (Which isn’t all that unusual.) He said…
“Let’s go to Iceland!”
Don’t you love that kind of spontaneity?
Me: “Sounds great! But aren’t the tickets there really expensive?”
Hubby: “No, they’re on special right now. Only catch is, we have to go this weekend to get the special rate.”
Me: “This weekend? You mean like… tomorrow?”
My mind was racing with questions about what to pack.
Hubby: “No, now. Our flight leaves at 7pm.”
A few hours later I was sitting in the plane at Minneapolis watching other planes come and go before the overseas leg of our trip. And I remembered…
I didn’t bring a coat!
Oh, well, I thought. I’ll buy one there. It will probably be warmer than any coat that’s sufficient for the few cold days in Nashville. I assumed it would be unbearably cold in Iceland. After all… *ICE*. Land.
And then we were in Reykjavik, Iceland.
If you ever get a chance to go there, do it. The coat you wear in the States will be good enough for Iceland. It wasn’t nearly as cold as I expected.
The only thing that bothered me at all was that for the 3 days we were there, I rarely knew whether it was night or day. Not that it really mattered.
Purchase now to keep reading – PLUS – Get the menu and recipes to make the complete Icelandic meal that my friend Miriel served us!
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