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Thread: Quilter's luncheon...food ideas needed

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    Soup and sandwich bar.

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    Here's a soup that's a little different and people always like it when I've served it. Got it from a pumpkin can label years ago, but here it is online: http://www.verybestbaking.com/recipe...up/detail.aspx

    If you use vegetable broth it would be okay for vegetarians. I don't like the taste of canned milk and find that regular milk works fine in the recipe. Sometimes I add half and half. Also, I don't bother with pureeing it. I like the onion bits in it myself and have had no complaints. You could serve it with something easy such as chicken salad sandwiches and a veggie tray or how about crackers and a hunk of soft cream cheese with chutney poured over it?
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    These are good ideas. Thanks for that Pumpkin Soup recipe. It sounds yummers!! Mom and I will go over these idea this next week and make some decisions. Our take home favor is a mug mat.
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    I was just reading articles about savory cupcakes
    Google it and you'll find lots of ideas
    I'm enchanted by the idea of mac and cheese cupcakes

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    Just thought of these ones, that I can highly recommend!
    Why I didin't think of them sooner, I do not know!!

    The bonus of choosing a crock option is that you don't need to fuss over them as much as if your food was cooking in the oven or on the stove top. Plus if your ladies want to finish some stitching and eat later, it will hold the food over easier for you and them.

    Lasagna in the Crockpot !!!

    Crockpot Macaroni and Cheese???

    French Onion Soup -- Crockpot!!
    Sew many ideas ... just sew little time!!

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