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ChristeningA couple of weeks ago, all of my relatives flocked to my parents house for Sophie’s Christening. We had a wonderful long weekend catching up with family, half of whom were meeting Sophie for the first time.

My mom and I agonized for several weeks over the menu for Sophie’s Christening. The meal would be served early afternoon. We needed something easy, but suitable for a hot summer day. Most menus I had seen were some sort of sandwiches or brunch items. Neither of us were especially excited about that. Finally, we settled on the below menu – a combination of items we made ahead and items we ordered from a local restaurant. We ended up with a great assortment and the perfect amount of food – very little was left over.

I hope this inspires you for one of your events in the future!

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A Christening Lunch/Dinner for 25

Appetizers:

Mediterranean Layer Dip

Crudite with Sun-Dried Tomato Dip

Mixed Nuts

Dinner:

Roasted Beef Tenderloin (catered)

Spicy Grilled Shrimp

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Parmesan-Crusted Grilled Scallops

 Old-Fashioned Potato Salad

Quinoa with Broccoli, Sun-Dried Tomatoes & Cashews (catered)

Penne Pasta with Pesto & Roasted Veggies (catered)

Bread

Dessert:

Mixed Berry Pie (catered)

Peach Pie (catered)

Coconut Cream Cake (catered)

French Vanilla Ice Cream

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2 Responses to “Menu: Sophie’s {Summer} Christening”

  • I’ve said it before, but she is adorable! That’s quite a nice spread you guys put out there. Nicely done!

  • Aunt Mickey:

    Oh–thank goodness I looked! I have not been here for a while and saw the recipe for the Mediterranean layer dip which was both delicious and wonderful for a party in its presentation! Love, Aunt Mickey

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