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Thread: Something tasty for a BBQ

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    Super Member Carrie Jo's Avatar
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    Good Morning to all my quilting friends. My son is turning 28 this coming up weekend and I am hosting a BBQ for him. But I am very tired of the same old potatoe salad, pea salad, cole slaw stuff. I was hoping that with so many wonderful friends here from all over the world that maybe you all could give me some new fresh ideas. I would really appreciate it if someone would share a recipe with me that is a tried and true sucess for a get together. Thank you all in advance.

    Carrie Jo

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    Marinated Veggie Salad .... chop up assorted fresh veggies and add some italian dressing (or other dressing as you choose). Stir and let marinade.

    If you want to add some protein to that ... add some chick peas to the mix, or top with crumbled feta when ready to serve.

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    Broccoli/Cauliflower Salad
    Homemade Baked Beans
    Deviled Eggs
    Baked Macaroni & Cheese

    I have really great receipes for all if you are interested.

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    While you have the BBQ on ... do some roasted veggies!! mmmmm!

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    We made these grilled chicken thighs Tandoori yesterday. They were delicious. You marinade the thighs in a yogurt sauce for a few hours and throw them on the BBQ.

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    Pea salad

    1 can green giant peas
    1 can green giant shoe peg corn
    1 can green giant french style green been
    1 onion
    1 cup cerlery
    1/2 cup of cooked tender crisp caulflower

    dressing

    bring this to a boil

    1 1/2 cup sugar
    1/2 cup oil
    3/4 cup vineger
    1 ts salt
    1/2 ts pepper

    allow to cool a little before adding to veggies. refrigerate overnite.

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    AnneVC's Lemon Blueberry Chicken Salad was delicious when I made it. Best to make ahead to let the flavours meld.
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-124214-1.htm#3291096

    There's several other recipes on that thread you might like too!

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    grilled corn. :)

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    Watergate Salad---YUMMY---Always a hit

    http://www.kraftrecipes.com/recipes/...lad-53771.aspx

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    grilled ceasar salad. Cut Romaine lettuce, lengthwise, into quarters. It holds together because of the core. Then grill, cut side down til browned, remove from grill,drizzle with Caesar salad dressing (I make my own, a bit of dijon mustard, apple cider vinegar, garlic clove, a squeeze of anchovy paste, salt, pepper, fresh parsley, olive oil beaten together). Sounds weird but so far, everyone I've made it for has raved.

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