Shirley - Spinach Dip in Bread Bowl
Vicki - Danish Puff
Robin - Taco Dip
Merrilee - Pigs in a Blanket
Ginny - French Chocolate Pie
Ruth - Ambrosia Salad
Sally - Onion Dip and Chips
Janis - Mango Salsa and Chips
Kathy - Ultimate Chewy Ginger Snaps
Marti - Hot Artichoke Dip
Betty - 7 Layer Salad
Cathie - Brownies
Sue Butler - Lemon Bars
Sue Ballard -
Marilyn - Chicken Dish
Cindy - Cheese & Crackers Platter
Meet at Filoli parking lot at 3:45pm. Carpooling would be a good idea. Dress warmly and wear comfortable shoes. There is a cafe there to buy food and a great gift shop.
Christmas is full of memories for all of us of wonderful times with family and friends. So, it’s time for a trip down memory lane.
At Happy Hour had a discussion about the food for the Christmas Party.
We figured since the theme was black/white…like an old television set…we should have retro food.
We also decided that we’d just have appetizers and desserts this year.
Think of food from your past, something you enjoyed growing up, as a newlywed, or when you attended a Las Madres party.
Was it made using Bisquick or by opening a can of peaches or pie filling?
Did you use jello or a cake mix?
We talked more about this at coffee and decided to add salads to the menu…think Waldorf Salad, Ambrosia, or ?
Maybe it’s time
to get out your old Pot
of Gold Cookbook to find
that retro recipe
…or look in your Betty Crocker or Better Homes & Gardens cookbooks
…or in your old recipe file.
We talked about Magic Cookie Bars and those mini cheesecakes made with a vanilla wafer on the bottom and cherry pie filling on top.
Maybe you can find that old recipe by going to the Recipe link on our website at: http://www.lasmadres80.net/LMRecipesIndex.html
So, search your
memory for that retro