Nice to meat you! Our Twin Exotic birthday party featured mouthwatering burgers and sausages from Longhini Sausage Company. This New Haven, Connecticut based company is known for their handcrafted Italian sausage since 1950. Their burgers and sausages are flavorful and unique. Our guests loved them and we think you will too.
We created a beautiful tablescape with a colorful balloon garland, emerald green linens, a leopard table runner, blood orange roses. To recreate this tablescape, check out our Tiger King Party post.
The Longhini Sausage Company Burgers and Sausages
Suns out. Buns out. This year, birthdays and barbecues are quite different. Grilling outside is a great way to serve your guests a fabulous feast. We recommend skipping cheese plates, popcorn bowls, chip bowls or anything else shared that requiring scooping or cutting. Individual portions is key for meeting social distancing guidelines. We first worked with Longhini earlier this year.
We grilled Longhini:
- Buffalo chicken burgers with blue cheese
- Sweet Italian chicken sausage
- Sweet Italian sausage with parmesan and parsley
We served the burgers with suisse or colby jack cheese, romaine lettuce, red onion and sliced tomato. We like our burgers with spicy mayo too.
Our guests never had chicken sausage burgers, and thought they were fantastic. These buffalo style burgers were zesty with a hint blue cheese.
For social distancing parties, we recommend individually portions. This makes it easier for guests to grab and go from the buffet table. For this reason, we served our pesto pasta course in small individual bowls. Guests topped their pasta with their choice of sliced sausage.
Guests had their choice of Italian Sausage (pork) with Parmesan and Parsley or Sweet Chicken Sausage.
Ketchup today and relish tomorrow. This Summer or Fall, try Longhini Sausage Company at your next birthday or barbecue. We think you and your guests will love these handcrafted Italian sausage and burgers. They even offer free shipping anywhere in the U.S.
Grilling takes the formality out of entertaining. Everyone wants to get involvedBobby Flay