Christening Turkey Pasta Salad
This is not your average Turkey Pasta Salad it has such a different flavor that really caught my attention at Jessie's Christening. I asked for some to take home and also the recipe I really liked it, I made it for a party demonstration and I had so many people telling me to send them the recipe I thought it was very cool.
1 cooked turkey breast cubed
1 lb. uncooked pasta
1 handful of fresh Cilantro
I put in enough mayo to make it all hold together.A great accompaniment for any dinner. It uses very basic ingredients and it a total hit, everyone I have ever shared this recipe with is always delighted by it, am sure you will too, it really is a great, easy salad for any day.
Create a party recipe with Christening party supplies to keep the theme on top. Spread the event with a fabulous First Communion recipe for more tasty food. If a gathering will have finger food or hors d'oeuvrs, setup more than one area with the same item so all the guests aren't forced to crowd around one spot. Crafty guests coming for a little fun; well greet them with a box of supplies and let them help create the decorations. If a gathering will have finger food or hors d'oeuvrs, setup more than one area with the same item so all the guests aren't forced to crowd around one spot.
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Keep the guests moving, laughing, and entertained
with these Christening Party Tips. Try
creating a menu to
match the celebration.
For Christians of all faiths the Christening is a celebration of the removal of original sin. Different denominations celebrate this christening ceremony at different times in the lives of its parishioners. Some babies are christened soon after their birth, while other sects wait for the parishioner to reach a certain age to commit their life to Christ. Whether this christening ceremony or sacrament is for the young or old, make sure to honor the recipient by throwing a christening party for the whole family to enjoy.
After the christening meet the family members at a house or church basement. Serve a fun themed menu appropriate for the religious. Rack of Lamb of God, Holy Rolls, Holy Communion Corn on the Cob and Divine Dessert are cheeky titles yet presented in the most reverent of ways.
To make Holy Rolls acquire one loaf of frozen bread dough, 2 tbsp. melted butter, divided, finely minced garlic or small amount of garlic powder, optional, 1/3 cup plus 1 tbsp. grated Parmesan cheese, divided, and 3/4 teaspoon dried leaf basil, crumbled, or use mixed Italian herbs or rosemary. Next brush frozen bread loaf with 1 tablespoon butter. Cover with a clean cloth and thaw at room temperature 2 or 3 hours, or thaw in refrigerator for 6 to 10 hours. Sprinkle loaf with 1/3 cup Parmesan cheese; knead until well blended. Cut dough into thirds. On lightly floured surface roll each third in a 25 inch rope. Braid ropes together. Invert a custard cup or small jar on greased baking sheet; grease cup or jar. Shape braid into wreath around cup or jar; pinch ends together to seal. At this point, if desired, add a small amount of finely minced garlic or a little garlic powder to the remaining 1 tablespoon butter. Brush with remaining 1 tablespoon butter; sprinkle with remaining 1 tablespoon cheese and the basil. Let rise in warm draft free place (I turn the oven on warm then turn it off and let it rise in there) 35 to 45 minutes until doubled. Bake in preheated 375 degree oven 20 minutes or until golden and done. Remove to rack to cool. This recipe makes 1 bread wreath, about 16 slices.
This menu for a christening is certain to have everyone thanking God they didnít have to cook. By just adding even one simple food item to the menu will help create a complete Christening event mood.
Free printable Christening food
label cards to that go with the festivities. Use at
the buffet to label the dishes or place on the dinner table
for assigned seating.
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FOOD BAG FASHION PARADE: Tell the girls that for next week they need to food bags each and some old newspaper. Or, alternatively provide them. You'll also need staple guns and/or tape. At the party challenge them to create outfits with there food bags. You could specify the design occassion or theme of how they should be created. At the end of the night put on a fashion parade, complete with music! Lots more Christening celebration thoughts here
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