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27/06/2013 at 10:39
We have O's christening in August. A fair number of people are invited so we hoped to try and do some of the food ourselves, unlike C's christening where we got everything from M&S.
What party food would you suggest doing at home, and what should we still order in. I was thinking of still getting sarnies made to order as when you do them yourself they tend to dry out. But was thinking of doing chicken ( legs and nuggets ) at home. Also we could do a few bowls of salad at home.
We are catering for roughly 100 people including lots of kids. What's recommendations?? We need to be able to do the food the day/night before as the christening is part of morning mass and so we won't have time in the morning.
27/06/2013 at 10:45
Sausage rolls/mini sausages
Cheese and biscuits
27/06/2013 at 10:49
Coronation chicken & rice - easily made up the day before and served cold
Salmon - again cooked the day before and served cold
Cold meats - beef, turkey, ham - on a platter, job done
Pasta salads - kids will love
Mini sausages / nuggets for kids
27/06/2013 at 10:53
27/06/2013 at 10:55
Belle....never done Coronation Chicken before...how do you do it??
27/06/2013 at 11:08
Oo I do love a good buffet! Wees has said. Also so deserts for the kids, Bowls of quavers/wot sits and haribo
27/06/2013 at 11:13
Dunno but my nana makes the meanest one. Will get her recipe but here's one from google:
www.nigella.com/.../coronation-chicken-1512 I love coronation chicken
27/06/2013 at 11:15
I think everyone else has pretty much got it covered, cheese and pinapple always go down well at our buffets when we have them, and a nice piece of pork pie.
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