When I opened the bridal shower invitation, a blue 4 by 6 index card fell out. What is this? I thought, as I picked it up off the floor. Then I skimmed the invitation for the who, where, and when. At the bottom, right under the bridal registry info, was a simple request:
Please use this card to share one of your favorite recipes with the bride.
Although I have not yet met the bride, the groom is my cousin. His mom is a very special cousin to me, and his grandmother was a lovely great-aunt. I thought about holidays I’d spent with them when I was a child, and tried to remember some specific recipes my great-aunt had made. But the bride would be getting those recipes from her new-mother-in-law.
While I have dozens of favorite recipes, I wanted to give the bride a recipe that the happy couple would surely enjoy. And I had no idea what they’d like. So I checked out the bridal registry for clues.
They’d registered for fun stuff: party platters, small plate dishes, a margarita pitcher and glasses, and cappuccino cups. They were planning on doing a lot of entertaining.
An easy but elegant crowd-pleaser came to mind. It looks like way more work to prepare than it actually is. In fact, if you can separate an egg, you’ve got this. So besides sharing it with the happy couple, I thought I’d share it with you.
3 thoughts on “A Recipe for the Happy Couple”
. I eat nothing that is not prepared for me. Thank God for Charlie.Therefore, I care not for recipes but this sounds delicious.. I am a lazy, old lady but I do read everything you put forth and love your writings. My niece is getting married next Friday. She’s 57, marrying money and will probably never go near a kitchen. She won’t need recipes.
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Sheila – thanks for your funny comment! It made me chuckle! Chris
Sheila – thanks for your funny comment. It made me chuckle! Chris