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what to cook for hospitality

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Some of the easy things we have found are

  • Spaghetti
  • Lasagna
  • Meatloaf with mashed potatoes
  • Pizza
  • Sandwiches with chips and cupcakes

All these can be served fresh and hot from the kitchen or heated and served eating at the Hall or elsewhere - of course, the sandwiches can be served cold.

 

 

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Last few times, burritos have gone over well. I marinate and grill a bunch of chicken, make a pot of cilantro lime rice, then lay out the wraps and toppings. Spaghetti and lasagna are always good options, but I have found a tray of baked ziti easier to manage. Haven't done this yet, but I am thinking pulled pork might be good too. It's easy to make in the slow cooker. All you'd have to do is put out bread, coleslaw, chips and hot sauce. Since it's getting cooler, a big pot of chili might work as well. That's easy in the slow cooker too and would be great with cornbread and toppings. 

 

Have to stop now because I try not to eat after 7 and this is making me hungry. 😁

 

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My wife makes big pot stuff like John mentioned and stews, chili, soups, casseroles. However,  you have to consider if everyone has a place to sit and eat that type of food. Sometimes sandwiches and finger food is better if the guests will be standing or walking around.

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