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Catholic Recipe: Fall Supper for Fifty Sample Menu

    INGREDIENTS

  • Frankfurters or Knockwurst
  • Sweet-Sour Red Cabbage (see recipe)
  • Baked Lima Beans (see recipe)
  • Piccalilli
  • Corn Relish
  • Pumpernickel and Butter Sandwiches
  • Assorted Homemade Cakes
  • Coffee
  • Tea
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The time will surely come when you will be elected chairman of the committee for a church or community supper. You will want to be prepared with menu ideas and quantity recipes to help your committee put on the best possible supper at a price that will assure a reasonable profit.

Select your subchairmen carefully for their enthusiasm, energy, and organizing ability. You will need four — planning, preparation, serving, and clean-up chairmen — who in turn will select committee members to share in the responsibility, the work, and the final pleasure of accomplishment.

Here's a sampler menu to serve 50 in the fall season.

DIRECTIONS

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