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Catholic Recipe: First Communion Celebration Sample Menus

    INGREDIENTS

  • Any Season
  • Fresh Fruit Cup
  • Chicken Sautérne (see recipe)
  • Hot Rolls
  • Green Rice (see recipe)
  • Endive Salad
  • French Dressing
  • Lemon Ice Cream with Crushed Raspberries
  • Coffee
  • Tea
  • Year-Round Favorite
  • Chilled Vegetable Juice
  • Eggs Benedict (see recipe)
  • Artichokes Vinaigrette
  • Fudge Cake a la Mode (see recipe)
  • Coffee
  • Tea
  • Details

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  • Origin:

Feasts

  • None

After a baptism, a confirmation, a first communion, or a morning wedding, a breakfast is usually served. Such a breakfast is really more like a luncheon, with three courses the general rule. It can be a buffet or a sit-down affair, as you choose.

The first three occasions are usually family affairs, with only a small number of guests, and the menus for these breakfasts have been planned for a group of 8 or 10 persons.

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Recipe Source: Cook's Blessings, The by Demetria Taylor, Random House, New York, 1965
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