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Looking for some good side dishes to serve with sub sandwiches. [message #153308] Wed, 23 August 2006 13:14
Kim L. from MO  is currently offline Kim L. from MO
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We are having a family party on Saturday, and will be serving sandwiches.

Tentatively, I am planning on having mexican layered dip with chips, broken glass jello salad, and some type of salad (possibly the Pasta House salad).

I am just looking for some new, easy, and inexpensive recipes to try.

Thanks.


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