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    Default Help: what to cook for friends today!

    We've some friends coming over this avo and I still have no idea what I'm feeding them. Give me some inspiration please, easy, healthy-ish, yummy!

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    Chops, chicken wings, pasta salad, caesar salad?

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    Spinnach and ricotta cannelloni

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    Are looking for snacks or dinner ideas

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    A "roman" spread.
    Nice breads, assortment of dips, boiled eggs, cold meats, cheeses, fruits, olives, vegetable sticks, etc. Good quality olive oil as a dip is also quite nice. But it has to be very good or it tastes revolting.

    I actually don't know what this is called. I just call it "Lazy Roman Dinners at home".


 

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