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Friday, August 4, 2006

Cooking for a family reunion

I'm heading home early because the kitchen counters are filled with baking pans and the fridge is bursting with food. We're cooking tonight for a family reunion tomorrow. My brother-and sister-in-law are hosting and my husband and I have volunteered to do most of the cooking. On the menu are grilled flattened chickens, homemade sausages, a big chopped vegetable salad, fruit salad, hot dogs for the kids, a tray of brownies, and a handsome chocolate chip cake. Sound simple? We planned it that way, but I'll let you know on Monday if the plan worked.

Posted by Sheryl Julian at 06:20 PM
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