As a mother of young children, we did a duel party new years eve. One for the kids, and one for the adults.
The night started with a delicious mushroomy Stroganoff for dinner then treats and the King Julian Count Down. Our snacks were popcorn and M&M’s.
Care Bears and Cousins
Peabody and Sherman
All Hail King Julian
We picked All Hail King Julian for reason’s unknown.
Around 9 Kami and Doug came over for a Nacho cook off and games.
Let me explain.
A few weeks earlier, we somehow got into a conversation about the best way to make Nachos.
Karl submitted that his ultimate nachos with Carne Asada were the best, but Doug argued that his layered approach with slow cooked pork were really the best way to make them.
The next day You Suck at Cooking submitted another way:
There was nothing for it, we had to have a nacho cook off to establish once and for all whose nachos were actually better.
Doug started his pork early in the day, and cooked it for 10 hours before they arrived at 9:00 PM.