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Advice re christening food please!

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Gobbledigook Tue 12-Apr-05 13:03:19

Doing ds3's christening at home in 2 weeks time and just trying to think what to do for food.

Got 12 adults and 3 kids to cater for but all are family/v. close friends and I want to do something simple that means I can chill out and relax with them rather than faff about in the kitchen which is what usually happens and I end up exhausted having not really enjoyed it.

So far I've thought of doing:

Baked potatoes (can put in the oven in the morning so they are done on our return from church)
Cold chicken drumsticks (cos can do earlier)
Salad with cherry tomatoes (dead easy)

What else can I do that could perhaps be done in advance or done very easily and quickly at the time?

Nemo1977 Tue 12-Apr-05 13:05:08

I just did lots of pasta salads quiche etc for ds christening and people helped themselves
some sandwiches

sweetmonkey Tue 12-Apr-05 13:05:36

usual sausage rolls, cocktail sausages, how abut making a chilli the night before and then reheating that and serving it either with jacket spuds or big bowl of rice

Hmmmmmmm Tue 12-Apr-05 13:05:37

turkey twizzlers





(am incognito ATM so sorry about odd nickname)

Gobbledigook Tue 12-Apr-05 13:11:32

sm - thought about chilli but do you think that's OK for a Sunday afternoon? Bonus would be I'd get my brother to make it and bring it with him!

zubb Tue 12-Apr-05 13:15:37

joint of ham that people can carve themselves.

sweetmonkey Tue 12-Apr-05 13:41:22

I think it would be fine. mmm i could do with that now. people can help themselves then and if you do nibbley bits too they can decide whether just to snack or enjoy a proper meal
yum

oh and yeah get yr bro to make it, one thing less for you to worry about then

Gobbledigook Tue 12-Apr-05 14:11:52

Think I will actually! Good idea! Thanks.

sasa15 Tue 12-Apr-05 14:16:40

lasagne...take a while to make it....but you can also stick in the oven ....

I had catering from italian restaurant...just for 12 portions of Lasagne..and the cake...
and I made the salad and drinks..nibbles...

didn't charge much as we are clients...

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