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  1. Lou

    Kimchi, greens and nooch? Looks perfecto!

    It’s weird to see a plate with steak on your blog.

    AND I can’t believe you hadn’t seen Interview with the Vampire until recently! Shock! Horror! Better late than never I suppose ;)

  2. Ashley

    Love that last photo. Sounds and looks like the perfect night in! ;)

  3. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    Your sushi looks delicious and far more professional than mine. I attribute that to you having a chef to help you out :D

    I am also intrigued by this concept of dinner theatre. I think I’m missing out – I have never experienced such a delight. I’m so glad you got to experience it multiple times, and that you got good food to round it out.

  4. Laura @ Sprint 2 the Table

    I have never been to a dinner theatre! We have one in ATL that’s a murder mystery dinner… you’ve inspired me to actually look into it. :)

  5. Chef Amber Shea

    But…but…this CAN’T be your last Kansas City post! Please say it isn’t so!
    This makes me miss you all the more terribly. I’d give anything to be in Toronto enjoying some fun times with you and Lisa. (As long I could bring a good coat.) So, when are you coming back? ;)

  6. Kath Lockett

    What a trip you’ve having – how are you not the size of a house?

    ….or even a tent???

  7. Emma

    Chomp chomp chomp I would catch that sneaky red onion!

    Barbara Eden looks good, although her cheek appears mysteriously shaped.

  8. Lisa @ bakebikeblog

    love the look of that sushi!

  9. Choc Chip Uru

    A dinner theatre? That is spectacular :)

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

  10. Hannah@MissMarsMade

    A murder mystery dinner!? Sounds so fun!! Love murder mystery themes, love the theatre and of course, love dinner. ps. made your pumpkin oatmeal for brek this morning,was delish:)

  11. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    I love murder mysteries! And even better is when the food is actually good with them! :D

  12. Hotly Spiced

    I just love theatre/dinner nights. There should be more of them. How wonderful to see Barbara live on stage. I was just thinking of her yesterday as Alfie asked, ‘What’s a genie’. And I had to explain it to him and so told him about one of my favourite TV shows from my childhood. I wondered what Barbara was doing these days. Glad to hear she’s still performing xx

  13. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    Sweet post :) raw sushi? What is this crazy rice you speak of? I haven’t’ seen Interview with he Vampire either. I think I should.
    Heidi xo

  14. Ali

    It’s lovely to go out, isn’t it? But, often the best and most memorable times are simple, cosy nights at home with friends and/or family!

  15. Johanna GGG

    how exciting to see barbara eden in a play and the mystery on the train sounds fun too – lots of good food but my heart goes out to the chocolate cobbler (and your coffee spill explains why I avoid wearing white if possible)

  16. Louise

    What a wonderful trip you’re having, great friends, cool food and fun.

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