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    Bridal Shower for 36??

    Karen
    Tue Feb 19, 2002 1:46 pm
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    Yikes, I have a friend who is hosting a bridal shower with 36 guests on Sun., March 24th at 1pm. Any suggestions? I really like secret's Creamy Tuna Dip with Dill and was going to suggest that one. Any other suggestions are great. She doesn't want to serve a full lunch, however, with that many gifts to open, there will be a lot of time to eat!!!
    Dib's
    Tue Feb 19, 2002 2:49 pm
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    Hey there Karen-36 eh?
    Do me a favor and check out "Birthday Party", "Baby Shower", and "Party Foods Ideas". See if any of the suggested recipes do anything for you to put us on the right track. Di icon_wink.gif
    Dana-MMH
    Sun Feb 24, 2002 10:13 pm
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    Karen I just did a baby shower for my friend...we made chicken salad with crossiants, and had a cold pasta salad also. Since it was during the day and we didn't want to serve a full meal my girlfriend chose the salads. They were a BIG hit!! You can do a search for both recipes here and find some fantastic ones!! We also put out some chex mix, cheese and crackers too, and a veggie tray.
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