I am giving a volunteer luncheon at my church for the nursery workers. What is an inexpensive menu to serve the guests and their families?
Sarah from Dayton, Ohio
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By carla bledsoe (Guest Post)10/30/2006
ham-n-beans with cornbread
spaghetti with meatsauce, salad and breadsticks
biscuits and sausage gravy, eggs and potatoes
beef stew and homemade bread
potatoe bar with lots of toppings including chili
chili and cornbread
lasagne and garlic toast
By christine IN. (Guest Post)11/01/2006
We just did this only we had a breakfast. We had egg casserole,fruit salad, & a sweet roll, coffee.O.J. & milk
We did it during S.S. hr. & it turned out really nice.
I hope this helps.
By GPeach (Guest Post)10/07/2008
How about a variety of soups, salads and sandwiches. Chili, Veggie, Taco soups-- Tossed, macaroni, potatoe salads-- offer different breads for sandwiches and wraps too.
By (Guest Post)10/30/2006
Soup and salad, or chili,salad and cornbread. Sandwiches made on small rolls, croissants or bagels and salad or fruit and cookies or brownies. It a luncheson, so keep it light and simple. Even a Pancake Luncheon might be fun!
By (Guest Post)10/31/2006
What about home made pizza and soup
How 'bout sloppy joes, baked beans, pasta salad and fresh fruit.
What about a turkey salad, a 7-layer salad, a pasta salad, some crackers and rolls and a fruit salad for dessert?
For easy church luncheons for small groups (less than 50) I always shop GFS. Chicken salad on croissants, potato chips with french onion dip, Relish plate with veggie dip, and brownies. I usually cook a couple of chicken breast and add to the chicken salad, and make a fresh fruit salad.
By IMAQT1962 (Guest Post)10/30/2006
HOW ABOUT BEEF & NOODLES(OR CHICKEN)MASHED POTATOES,VEGGIE AND CHOCOLATE CAKE
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