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April 2009

Theme night: Southern Cooking

Stacey recently had the chance to attend the beautiful wedding of an old roommate down in Mississippi…inspiring our next Chefs’ Club evening where we all tackled “Southern Cooking”…

Southern cooking seemed to call for a more family style meal, so in lieu of our traditional roles, we came up with new roles for this month. In addition, we chose to forgo the 4 course meal and put everyone out at once in true family style format.

  • Main: Stacey  – Crunchy Fried Chicken
  • Side 1: Kat – Southern Style Mashed Potatoes
  • Side 2: Erin – Macaroni and Cheese
  • Side 3: Kim  – Baked Beans
  • Side 4: Kelly  – Biscuits: 2 kinds: #1: Traditional BiscuitsButtermilk Biscuits (***excellent recipe – and quite easy).    #2: WW Biscuits (more like Whole Wheat Rolls): Whole Wheat Buttermilk Biscuits (***definitely not overly delicious, but fine for a small whole wheat roll…I definitely wouldn’t categorize it as a ‘biscuit’!)
  • Side 5: Stacey – Southern Cole Slaw
  • Dessert: Meredith  –Double Layer Chocolate Pudding Pie
  • Before Dinner Drink: Laura – Mint Jul

    Our southern meal...served family style for this occasion.

    eps

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October 4, 2009 - Posted by | Uncategorized

1 Comment »

  1. Hello Ladies of the
    Boston area Chef’s Club!
    Your food prep’s look fabulous, amazing ideas!
    I am a long-time fan of Sarah whom is now married to her wonderful husband Sam!
    Enjoy your Christmas and blessings in 2010!
    Tina DeVries-Seattle, Washington

    Comment by Tina DeVries | December 22, 2009 | Reply


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