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Entertaining & Etiquette

Bread for Easter Dinner

DLynne | Mar 31, 201501:06 PM     6

My sister-in-law has asked me to bring bread to her Easter dinner. She'll be serving ham. I'm thinking of bringing potato bread, maybe a plain loaf and a raisin loaf with icing. Usually I bring rolls to this sort of dinner. Does anyone have experience with the ease of serving bread loaves? Do you let guests slice their own bread at the buffet? Any recipe suggestions, especially for a basic bread that can have one loaf made into a raisin bread? Does icing seem too heavy for dinner? Thank you in advance for your thoughts/ suggestions.

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