Sheva Brachot For Very Sweet Granddaughter And Wonderful Husband
 
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Submitted:
  2012-07-24
Category:
  Fleishig (Meat)
Occassion:
  not specified
Meal:
  Dinner
# of Recipes:
  7
Cuisine:
  not specified
Difficulty Level:
  Adventurous
Description:This was the menu for the Sheva Brachot that we made for our granddaughter, the day after the wedding, last summer. Since it was the first Sheva Bracha, I did not have to decide at the last minute what to serve. We served more than 40 people and recipes were adjusted.
I made my challah recipe, but made rolls instead.
 
~ Breads ~
Oh No! Not Another Challah Recipe!
~ Appetizers ~
Stuffed Ground Chicken With Vegetables
~ Main Dish ~
Minute Steak Roast
Sunshine Chicken
~ Side Dish ~
Rainbow Honey Rice
~ Salads ~
Lettuce Salad
~ Cake Desserts ~
Chocolate Liqueur Tiramisu
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