Bushfire commemoration dinner?

Dacquiri 17 January 2013 12

I’m looking for suggestions for dishes which would be appropriate for a dinner to commemorate the 10year anniversary of the Canberra bushfires this Friday, 18 January.

While the obvious thing may be to take the family out to Smoque, I figure they’ll be crowded and it should be possible to produce something creatively appropriate. Shouldn’t be any shortage of amusing suggestions, so go for it…

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12 Responses to Bushfire commemoration dinner?
Dacquiri Dacquiri 3:02 pm 17 Jan 13

Shocked that anyone here knows about S’mores! An American campfire favourite. 🙂

ezy10z ezy10z 1:59 pm 17 Jan 13


Madam Cholet Madam Cholet 1:42 pm 17 Jan 13

caf said :

Crème Brûlée (burnt cream) for desert of course.

I recall a cafe in Bondi that used to advertise on it’s blackboard “Brulee of the day”. Always made me giggle as they obviously didn’t understand, (or care) that they were in essence offering a ‘burn of the day’

switch switch 1:21 pm 17 Jan 13

Something with pine nuts.

cross cross 12:57 pm 17 Jan 13

Must resist overwhelming need to make BBQ references …….. must resist

Ben_Dover Ben_Dover 12:38 pm 17 Jan 13

Smoked salmon?

MsCheeky MsCheeky 11:32 am 17 Jan 13

Chargrilled lamb. Or for those of a more political bent, lambs to the slaughter.

PantsMan PantsMan 11:27 am 17 Jan 13

Restaurant on Red Hill.

caf caf 11:26 am 17 Jan 13

Crème Brûlée (burnt cream) for desert of course.

Holden Caulfield Holden Caulfield 11:07 am 17 Jan 13

Well, the first thing you should do is tell them that is no danger of you preparing dinner for them tomorrow night.

caf caf 11:07 am 17 Jan 13

Egg yolk ravioli with burnt sage butter.

Dacquiri Dacquiri 10:47 am 17 Jan 13

Meant to say that this is intended with absolutely no disrespect to those who suffered from the loss of life and property on that dreadful day. It is intended as a remembrance and simply as a way of marking the day.

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