feeding a crowd

Last week I made a couple large recipes that would be perfect for family reunions, picnics, pot luck dinners or in our case, a family dinner after a funeral to honor a loved one.  Our friend Woody, 96 years young, was a very sweet man and he will be missed by many people.  He knew my husband since he was a little kid, he was one of the first people to welcome us to our church back in 1997 and we have great memories of taking Lacey to trick or treat at his house each year since she was a baby.

Without a doubt, I’m sure Woody heard these words last week, “Well done, thou good and faithful servant.”  Matthew 25:21
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This recipe is from Taste of Home and almost always the instructions are very clear and accurate.  This is the exception.  I thought that 35 minutes sounded too long for a thin sheet cake so I set the timer for 30 minutes instead.  I was busy that morning and meant to check it earlier but then the timer went off.  It is a delicious recipe but I would guess that 25 minutes may be better.

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