Re: need post-dedication lunch ideas for a crowd!
You can do chicken cacciatore in the crock. That's how I do it. You could go easy on the tomatoes or she could pick them off. Can serve with pre-tossed and ready to go salad you pull from the fridge and rolls for a round meal.
You could do BBQ chicken wings in the crock too, that might be a nice little mid-winter treat. You could pair it with ranch dressing, celery, and carrot sticks. Uh, you could do pulled pork in the crock too. Pair it with homemade or store bought rolls for quick and easy food. You could pre-make baked beans, put in the fridge, and reheat in the oven for a little bit the day of the dedication. Can serve with salad for a round meal. Those two things may be messier than you'd like for after church attire though.
Beef stew? Pretty easy and hearty, can be crock potted.
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Last edited by Spunkify; 01-24-2013 at 09:00 AM.