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[i]If gala guests at the Davidson Center for Space Exploration took their eyes off the restored Saturn V rocket suspended in the space above them long enough to look at their plate, they saw a stellar menu.
Each of the 1,400 or so diners enjoyed a petite filet of beef tenderloin with Madeira sauce, sea bass with chili lime sauce, organic baby baked potatoes, and could select from a variety of wines and artisanal breads, according to Claudia Jones, director of food and beverage for the U.S. Space & Rocket Center.
She said Ellen's Creative Cakes presented a selection of "homemade" desserts.
The centerpiece of each table featured a model Saturn V atop an acrylic shaft, with blinking colored lights beneath cotton billows of launch smoke.[/i]
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