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Menu: Too much lemon chicken?

Petrichor2 | Aug 14, 201903:17 PM     16

Hi all - I am a long ago/long-time reader. I had to set up a new account recently I'd been gone for so long. However, I love this community's input.

I am wondering about a lunch menu I'm planning....I'm thinking of Greek Chicken Bowls (grilled or roasted chicken seasoned with oregano, lemon, and garlic; served on a bed of rice or quinoa, and topped with tomatoes, cucumbers, kalamata olives, red onion, and diners choice of tzatziki, hummus, or balsamic dressing. I'm thinking about serving this with Lemon Orzo Chicken Soup. Is that too much lemon chicken in one meal?

This is a lunch for a weekend retreat for 20-25 people over Fri pm/Sat/Sun am. Fri dinner is lasagna, bread, salad; Sat breakfast is breakfast burritos. This lemon chicken situation is Sat lunch. Sat dinner is a baked potato bar.

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