Wednesday Evening Meal
Calvary Lutheran Church
November 13, 2013
4:45 – 6:15 pm
Members and Visitors are welcome to join us for dinner.
Suggested Donation $5 per person, $3 for children (under 12)
Smoked Turkey Breast
Sweet Potato Casserole
Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting
Comments on: "Turkey Dinner on November 13, 2013" (3)
Sounds delish!! Ours will be next week (our church has not had one in at least 7 years!!)…serving pork tenderloin, apple cornbread stuffing, baked sweet potatoes with cinnamon/honey butter, and browned butter sage green beans. Pumpkin pies and buttermilk pies! I took your advice on the roasts this past week! I used them for hot italian beef sandwiches (also had homenade meatball subs)…they turned out absolutely amazing. I think it was our best dinner yet! I was so nervous about the roasts getting done, but they were perfect! I cooked them with banana peppers, italian dressing seasoning and beef consommé. I look so forward to getting your blog updates each week to see what you’re serving! I love to compare and get ideas :). I am absolutely crazy about serving our church body delicious food…could not think of a more fun ministry :). I’m sure you agree!
I’m glad your roasts turned out well. I’d love to have your recipe for homemade meatball subs. That sounds like a fun thing we have tried yet. You can email it to me if you have a chance to email@example.com Thanks!
We received this comment on the Calvary Lutheran Church website. It’s a very nice note from a lady in Illinois.
Dear Lutheran Sisters 🙂
You have made my Thanksgiving morning a wonderful easy one. I cooked and mashed 20 pounds of sweet potatoes on Monday. They are in fridge, but I didn’t know exactly how long to bake the casserole. Thanks to great basic math understanding I AM ONE HAPPY LADY ! Your recipe is so easy to follow. Thank you Thank you !!! Bless you all with your Wednesday Evening Meal preparations. Peace Lutheran Church (ELCA) serves Thanksgiving Dinner every Thanksgiving Day to whoever wants to join us. We are a small church so we have the basics- 200 lbs of turkey, mashed potatoes, dressing and gravy catered. All the sides( and they are aplenty) including deserts are made by congregants that bring it all in to be served to about 150 folks who would otherwise be alone for Thanksgiving dinner.
If you ever find yourself in New Lenox Illinois, drop in 🙂 I have been through rapid City SD twice but timing off. Blessings to you all,
Your Sister in Christ