My, my, my... digging through a box of ephemera we uncovered this gem from the mid 1960s-
Of course, vodka has made a comeback in the past 10 years, with lime-flavored vodka, cherry-flavored vodka, and pistachio-flavored vodka, but somehow this little pamphlet appeals to me more than all the over-priced, over-hyped stuff they are trying to peddle now.
Not that you could actually give a "Vodka Party" today- somebody would hit a tree on the way home and you'd get your rear-end sued off. But let's just take a look at some of the snacks they recommend-
-avacado dip (matches the color of your new fridge)
-broiled anchovies (I actually love anchovies, but nobody is going to want to enter the house after you get done broiling a batch)
-cheese sticks (remember, what's good for Kraft is good for America)
-cheese logs (in case your arteries survived the cheese sticks)
-camembert almond balls (actually, I'd try those. I've never heard of such a thing, but it sounds as if it might be good, especially after a few vodkas).
The pamphlet then roves over toward the more "dramatic" entrees, incliuding "Flaming Dishes". I'm not sure I'd stick around for that performance- the host and hostess have had a half-dozen Moscow Mules, and then attempt to set fire to the turkey...