Foods at a Scandinavian Julebord banquet
Foods at a Scandinavian Julebord banquet

This is a list of historic and contemporary dining events, which includes banquets, feasts, dinners and dinner parties. Such gatherings involving dining sometimes consist of elaborate affairs with full course dinners and various beverages, while others are simpler in nature.

Banquets

Attendees at the 1958 Nobel Banquet
Attendees at the 1958 Nobel Banquet

Breakfasts

Dinners

A Christmas dinner in Macedonia. Some Christmas dinners such as this one occur on Christmas Eve.
A Christmas dinner in Macedonia. Some Christmas dinners such as this one occur on Christmas Eve.
Under the direction of White House Executive Chef Henry Haller, chefs prepare food for a state dinner honoring Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser in 1981.
Under the direction of White House Executive Chef Henry Haller, chefs prepare food for a state dinner honoring Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser in 1981.

The White House

President Barack Obama hosting the White House Iftar dinner celebrating Ramadan in the East Room of the White House in 2015
President Barack Obama hosting the White House Iftar dinner celebrating Ramadan in the East Room of the White House in 2015

Feasts

An anonymous sixteenth-century painting showing participants of the Feast of the Pheasant
An anonymous sixteenth-century painting showing participants of the Feast of the Pheasant
A simulation of the Manchu Han Imperial Feast, located at the Tao Heung Foods of Mankind Museum
A simulation of the Manchu Han Imperial Feast, located at the Tao Heung Foods of Mankind Museum

Suppers

Haggis at a Burns supper
Haggis at a Burns supper

See also

References

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