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    Tue Jan 15, 2002 2:13 am Groupie
    hi everyone ..
    i need a nice "celebratory" dinner menu .. something not too difficult or time consuming as i am on my own when it comes to cooking icon_smile.gif any and all suggestions welcome!! thank you
    Tue Jan 15, 2002 2:19 am Groupie
    P.S. i have a crockpot ... no pork recipes please !!
    Tue Jan 15, 2002 8:20 am Groupie
    Hey there-this one is really nice and your house will smell wonderful.
    Coriander Chicken-crock pot recipe
    How many people will be attending? Di
    Tue Jan 15, 2002 8:24 am Groupie
    Here is a nice dish for a celebration Easy but Elegant Chicken .
    Tue Jan 15, 2002 10:22 am Groupie
    Here are some of my crockpot recipes to consider:

    Crockpot Jambalaya (...use beef or turkey smoked sausage)
    Spicy Crockpot Chickpeas (...if you were considering a vegetarian dinner)
    Crockpot Stiffado (...if you like Greek)
    Crockpot Veal Stew with Vodka

    These are not crockpot recipes:

    Garlic Shrimp Spaghetti (...this is one of the most popular dishes I serve to guests; in fact, it's what my MIL always requests)
    Party Veal(...this is rich, but luscious)

    Is your dinner a dinner-for-two? If so, you may want to try this:
    Beef Tenderloin with Peppercorn Hollandaise
    Tue Jan 15, 2002 10:26 am Groupie
    It is for two .. i would like a full course menu, yummy dessert is a must!!
    Tue Jan 15, 2002 10:43 am Groupie
    This is not a crockpot recipe but it is a delicious dinner and makes for a great presentation. I made it when I took a gourmet cooking class. It's not difficult but looks like it took a lot of effort.
    Tue Jan 15, 2002 10:51 am Groupie

    It is for two .. i would like a full course menu, yummy dessert is a must!!

    If you like shrimp, I'd go with the Garlic Shrimp Spaghetti recipe I posted above (make the whole thing if you wish, any leftovers will reheat well -- I was lucky last time and just enough left over for lunch for me...yum; the recipe is also easily cut in half) along with a simple green salad and fresh bakery bread. For dessert, quality french vanilla ice cream served with my Orange-Chocolate Ice Cream Sauce. Or, my Never-Fail Chocolate Souffles.

    The beef tenderloin recipe, above, is for two and is also quite good. Serve with baked potatoes and your favourite steamed veggies. And the desserts I just suggested.

    Is this for Valentines, or some other special occasion..........

    Just being nosy icon_smile.gif
    Tue Jan 15, 2002 10:55 am Groupie
    Here is a do ahead casserole [recipe=nnnnn]Cauliflower, Tomatoe, Onion & Cheese Casserole[/recipe]. This dessert is quick & Easy [recipe=nnnnn]Cherry Cream Cheese Pie[/recipe] and for Potatoes try[recipe=nnnnn]Goat Cheese and Black Olive Mashed Potatoes[/recipe] . Forthe meat dish perhaps try [recipe=nnnnn]Crockpot Chicken a la Antoinette #4981[/recipe] You can do this in a crockpot or stove top. Well there's are few more ideas for you to mull over.
    Tue Jan 15, 2002 11:07 am Groupie
    Actually, we just received a letter congratulating my husband on passing the American Board, and i want to make a nice dinner to surprise him .. he wants to go out and celebrate all week, but i want to make a romantic dinner, tomorrow icon_smile.gif
    Tue Jan 15, 2002 11:21 am Groupie
    Hey, congratulations to you both ... I foresee a bright and shining future for you guys ...... icon_smile.gif

    Splurge and go for the shrimp! icon_smile.gif
    Tue Jan 15, 2002 12:07 pm Groupie
    This is a romantic dinner, and fairly easy too!
    Osso Bucco for Two with a tossed salad and french bread, Baked Amaretto/Coconut Pears or Dessert Samosas
    candles, flowers and a nice bottle of whatever! Di
    Tue Jan 15, 2002 12:17 pm Groupie
    Thanks everyone .. everything sounds great, i'm going to have a hard time choosing!! icon_smile.gif
    Fri Jan 18, 2002 9:14 pm Groupie
    Hey there-just cook up a storm and hae a grand time lassie! Thats what Life is a'bout! Food pulling a very close second! Di icon_wink.gif
    Sat Jan 19, 2002 12:54 am Groupie
    I am having trouble linking onto my recipe for you: "Italian Chicken (or Seafood)W/Tomato Cream Sauce. Elegant but easy and non time consuming. You could serve this with a salad and some warm bread, some green veggies maybe. Hope this helps!
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