On Sunday the 4th we had a Twelfth Night party at our house (actually a "tenth night" party, but the 6th wouldn't have been practical). We have a small house, so the hardest part of preparing was paring the potential guest list down to a manageable size. We tried to get an interesting mix of our many friends, and I think we succeeded pretty well, including being able to introduce some who had not met. We probably went a bit overboard on the food, although not by much. The piece de resistance was "Lasagna Gregorio," and experimental lasagna intended to be edible by Georgie, which replaces the ricotta with tofu and the mozzarella with style-style Soya-kase. Since some of the people attending were vegetarians, I went a step further and replaced the meat layer with ground portabella mushroom tops, black olives, tomato, and zucchini. This experiment was pronounced quite successful. The main course was accompanied by my famous devilled eggs, fancy cheeses and spreads, shrimp and faux crab, and salads. Georgie was responsible for the delicious Mozart torte and a yummy orange crunch cake. The wine flowed freely, and a good time was had. The evening wound up with a short session of "Lord of the Rings Trivial Pursuit."