Disney Dinners: Tangled

“I CAN’T BELIEVE I DID THIS!” I know I said that Tangled was postponed but Rapunzel didn’t let an eighteen year quarantine stop her from having some Disney magic so we’re not going to either! Tonight it’s just you and me, Rosies. Tangled was released ten years ago this year. Can you believe it? Tangled…

Rapunzel’s Braid Bread

The most delicious baguette-size bread you’ll ever bake at home Wow, this is good bread. I have been dying to share this recipe with you! Imagine slathering a warm, fluffy piece of white bread with sweet honey butter. I came up with this whimsical recipe for Disney Dinners: Tangled and let me tell you, you will be the hero…

Maleficent Horns

This just might be the most whimsical appetizer to ever appear on The Rose Table! For those who follow my Disney Dinner series, you might recognize this concept! I originally made bread cones for Disney Dinners: Cars. I’ve adapted that recipe here for my Maleficent Mistress of Evil party by tinting the dough black and making…

Winged Creature Cheesecake

The perfect dessert for your Maleficent party The Rose Table Disney Dinners: Maleficent Mistress of Evil is sponsored by Disney’s Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, out on DVD and blu-ray January 14, 2020. What a whimsical end to Disney Dinners: Maleficent Mistress of Evil! On our culinary journey, we start off with the classic horns, then experience the…

Disney Dinners: Haunted Mansion

An elegant, spooky Halloween party inspired by Disneyland’s Haunted Mansion ride It’s been six long months since I posted a Disney Dinner and I just couldn’t resist celebrating such a milestone anniversary. The Haunted Mansion ride at Disneyland in Anaheim, California opened 50 years ago this fall! To celebrate the 50th anniversary, I hosted a…

Minnie Mouse Ear Cakes

If this doesn’t put a smile on your face, I just don’t know what will. I can’t even take credit for this brilliant idea. I couldn’t decide what dessert to serve at Disney Dinners: Haunted Mansion because I didn’t want something that was just spooky; I wanted a dessert that truly celebrated the ride. My friend Jason…

Disney Dinners: Mary Poppins Returns

An easy menu inspired by English tea and served in a colorful London park setting “Everything is possible. Even the impossible.” – Mary Poppins I couldn’t even tell you how many times I watched Mary Poppins growing up. Rather than remaking the classic, Disney continued the story in 2018 with a brand new film starring…

Disney Dinners: Cinderella Ball

An elegant ball with French flair inspired by Cinderella  I quite literally had a ball on Saturday night. What a way to end my 12 Months of Disney Dinners series! I spent all of 2018 hosting Disney themed dinner parties for adults (see them all under the Disney Dinners tab here on my website) and…

Disney Dinners: Snow White

A German menu served in an enchanted forest A Snow White-themed dinner party could go so many different ways. Many of my friends lobbied for this Disney Dinner to be a spring party, due to the flowers and woodland creatures. I originally wanted to have it in October because of the poison apple angle but…

Disney Dinners: Aladdin

A Persian-inspired menu served in a Cave of Wonders You ain’t ever had a friend like me! Aladdin is one of my all-time favorite Disney movies but it wasn’t part of the original 12 month Disney Dinners line up because I didn’t have a clue about Middle Eastern cuisine. Aladdin is of course set in…

Disney Dinners: Hercules

A Greek menu fit for a demigod! Disney’s Hercules has a special place in my heart. For a long time I said it was my favorite Disney movie, narrowly edged out by Mulan. I was severely bullied as a teenager so the opening of Hercules really resonates with me. I can’t tell you how many times…

Disney Dinners: Moana

A colorful Hawaiian menu set on the island of Motunui “You have to see Moana. You remind me so much of Moana. You are Moana,” said my friend Candy right when the film came out. Having just seen it, I laughed and responded, “You mean unbelievably stubborn and reckless?” “No,” she said. “I mean brave.” When…