July – 2nd Sunday Dinner

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The Menu consisted of:  Ham & turkey Sandwiches, chips, Orange Jello Salad (in my cookbook)  dill pickle spears,Dinner 1Best Ranch Beans (click HERE for complete recipe, and they seriously are THE best!)Best Baked Beans 1And then for dessert:   Easy Cinnamon Twists.  Full recipe can be found HEREQuick Cinnamon Twists

2x’s now a crowd favorite  aka scrapping the bowl clean – Roasted Banana & Nilla Pudding (clickHERE for the recipe)Banana PuddingThese great ladies (LDS Sister Missionaries) always help to make 2nd Sunday a wonderful time  Second Sunday Dinner 1 This awesome family have been friends for years.  Notice my son wants to be a part of them too!dinner 2

Sharon and Delsi were Bear Cub Scout Den leaders and had a blast working together. dinner 4 We are incredibly fortunate to have our friends Floyd and Karen are back home from their LDS Mission in Macon Georgia.  They did amazing things there working with military personnel, but we are sure glad to have them home! dinner 3

A HUGE thank you to all who came and brought new friends to meet!

Copyright Carrie Groneman, A Mother’s Shadow, 2014

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5 replies
  1. Diane Roark
    Diane Roark says:


    You recipes look so delicious. I am going to have to try the cinnamon twist soon and very soon. Was this the first 2nd Sunday dinner your daughter was able to attend. It had to be very special for both of you and I am sure she was a great help. She is so beautiful! I love seeing her smile. Your sister and her both look like they have your personality.

    Have a Blessed day!

  2. Kat Clayton
    Kat Clayton says:

    Hello Carrie! I’ve nominated you for a Liebster Award. It’s an award that bloggers pass on to each other so we can get to know each other and so our readers can get to know us a little better too! You can check it out on my blog.

    I really like this post and how you involved several recipes. I especially love the cinnamon twists! They look yummy!


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