It’s been a tradition in our family to hold an eat-all-you-can Mongolian dinner party at our home every time Gary’s birthday comes up.
It’s something we’ve probably been doing the past ten years or so, and we’ve been calling it the CoZach Mongolian Grill, playfully named after our two boys.
meat (beef, chicken, pork), fish, squid, shrimps, squid balls, plus the different sauces (Teriyaki, Mongolian, Soy Sauce), sesame oil, garlic water, sesame seeds and supplies such as styro or paper bowls, chopsticks, and markers for people to write their names on the bowls after they’ve picked out their rice bowl mix-ins.
If you’ve never tried a Mongolian dinner, it’s something I’d recommend if you want to throw a party and didn’t want to cook or hire a caterer. It doesn’t only come out to be more cost effective than a professional caterer, it is also less labor intensive plus adds an interactive spin to your dinner.
Our dearest college buddies came over. Here are some of them…
This year’s Mongolian dinner was made a bit more “jolly” with our added ingredients of Jolly corn kernels, Jolly button mushrooms, and Jolly baby corn.