Annual Spaghetti Feed Dinner July 22nd

Posted on July 8th, 2014 by Sara

All are invited to Magnolia’s?annual Spaghetti Feed Dinner at the Magnolia Garden Center, July 22nd.?This event is limited to 40-50 people. Food will be provided by Tarantino’s catering and drinks/wine will be provided by People’s bank. ?It is an opportunity to enjoy an awesome dinner, mingle with neighbors and support the Chamber. ?Tickets can be purchased for $30 in advance or $35 at the door.??Click here for tickets.

9 responses to “Annual Spaghetti Feed Dinner July 22nd”

  1. NotMadeOfMoney says:

    I can get the Assorted Scallop & Prawn Skewers
    Chicken Skewers, Vegetable Skewers for $27 at Terentino?s, why would I want to pay $30 – $35 for some pasta and in ketchup?

    • Freida Buxbaum says:

      This is a chance to support the local Chamber of Commerce who do enough for your neighborhood and a chance to mingle with the locals. Support Magnolia!

      • NotMadeOfMoney says:

        A spaghetti feed is so 1990’s. Here is an idea, what about a Friday Night Fish Fry? Afterall, Seattle is known for it’s seafood. Spaghetti? Not so much.

        • Milt says:

          I think part of the idea was to find a dish that children can enjoy also. And spaghetti is not as expensive to make in large portions compared to fish. I could use some snapper myself!

          • MagMan says:

            Spaghetti Feed Dinner is a great idea, family friendly and economical to put on. NotMadeOfMoney should probably organize a fish fry instead of sitting on the sidelines and complaining. It’s easy to complain. It’s more difficult to create.

          • NotMadeOfMoney says:

            Economical to put on, but very expensive as a customer to attend! Not much creativity to combine some pasta with a jar of tomato sauce! A fish fry meal typically includes battered or breaded fried fish, French fries, coleslaw, hushpuppies, lemon slices, tartar sauce, hot sauce, malt vinegar and dessert. Sounds much more appetizing than spaghetti! When I go out to eat, I want something I typically wouldn?t cook at home. I would pay $30 – $35 for a fish fry meal. This is a much more creative idea, and it wasn’t difficult at all, NagMan!

          • Jillian says:

            Some people do not like fish.

          • NotMadeOfMoney says:

            $30 – $35 per kid? Again, not made of money here! A $3 Happy Meal at McD’s would be enjoyed much more! I understand why spaghetti was chosen. It is a cheap meal to make. It is almost total profit when ordered at a resturant. Pasta and a jar of sauce. No big money expenditure there.

  2. Peggy A. says:

    All I want to know is if I need to bring my own parmesan cheese!!! Cant wait this is going to be fun!

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