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Thread: Food for a small Quilting Bee event

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    Quote Originally Posted by dray965 View Post
    Thanks for the encouragement. I like the idea of the meatballs in it as well as cheese that can be added if desired. And I hadn't thought of hot chocolate...it's getting a little cooler now so that would be perfect.

    I am trying for something that will be tasteful but not to difficult to put together.

    Thanks again for the advise.

    Dray - SE Oklahoma
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    That all sounds wonderful and filling. When I eat soup, I like a small sandwich of some kind. My favorite with home made vegetable soup is peanut butter. Grilled cheese would be good also. About any kin of finger sandwiches would work. Have fun and enjoy, the main thing.

    sassy granny

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    How could we all have forgotten ?? ........... don't forget the chocolate!
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    Tiny meatballs are easy to make ahead by baking ,then bag & freeze.You can remove them as needed.Be sure to use non stick foil or parchment paper to line the cookie sheet.

    Quote Originally Posted by May in Jersey View Post
    Little meatballs sounds great, makes the meal more hearty. May in Jersey
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    Our club does a small tidbits after the meeting. For November meeting I made pumpkin bars, had corn candy,
    Made beer bread and spinach dip from Tastefully Simple. They loved it.

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    Sounds great to me, candy kisses tops it off. How do you make your tomato veggie soup?

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    We have a small group called Soup and Sew. The hostess always makes a pot of soup and serves bread and cookies. It is very simple and easy to serve without lots of utensils etc. One of the gals even grinds her own grain so her bread, biscuits etc. are fabulous.

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    Hey, sounds wonderful to me. If the group is so fussy about fancy food, drop them. You can't do better than Soup and cornbread. Add anything else. You're going to sew, not have a big "dinner". Do it. They'll love it! By the way, if people start getting really fancy, it will get out of hand. Stick with your original menu.

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    That sounds good. You could also have chicken breasts and salad, bread and something for dessert.
    Marilyn

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    If you're making the cookies, you could cut them into quilt shapes. Half square triangles, some white, some chocolate. The soup and cornbread sounds wonderful. I have a bunco group and when I made soup they were thrilled.

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