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Old 02-17-2006, 07:15 AM   #11
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Salad was what I had in mind too. At this point it is to choose one.
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I would go with a simple Ceasar salad minus the anchovies as a lot of people just do not like them.
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I'm coming in late to this thread, but maybe someone can learn. It sounds too easy but works: bags of greens, and Good Seasons Italian made up with good quality olive oil and great vinegar. It can be tossed at the last minute. You can toss some grated parm or other hard cheese on if you want to be fancy.
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Old 03-14-2006, 12:19 PM   #14
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So, event was last night. I did make spaghetti, just as I planned, but did not do the side. Told the guy I was making this for to get his 3 daughters involved to make the plain cucumber and tomato salad, they added onion too. I don’t know who chopped the cucumbers and tomatoes, but that was not his daughters (princesses). Well, it’s his business. Spaghetti, actually rotini, went very well, people liked it. I couldn’t eat any, was getting over the stomach flu, couldn’t even look at the food.
Thanks for help everybody.
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