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Author Topic: Quick and easy dinner ideas for coven discussion evenings  (Read 8726 times)
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« Reply #11: November 19, 2009, 07:27:03 pm »

It obviously makes sense to feed people in the process, but there are some limitations.

I'll second (or third, or fourth) the practicality of the crock pot; I have several. I'm serving a mixed gathering meal (vegetarians and carnivores) at least 2-3 times a month and I don't know how I'd manage it (and not blow the budget) with out them. I do a lot of soups and stews, and crock pots are also great for sauces; pasta isn't that much trouble when the sauce is all hot and ready waiting. Another alternative I use is couscous - it's even faster than pasta.

You can also do a killer rice pudding (and porridge, if you like it for a savory meal) in them.
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