Petite Pork Roast Dinner Menu
Four-Course Dinner - Menu and Recipes

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Petite Pork Roast Dinner Menu
Four-Course Dinner - Menu and Recipes
 


1st Course:

Olive Cheese Ball Appetizers
Baked Cheese Olives
Biting into the small cheese biscuits and finding a little olive treasure tucked inside is so much fun!  


Shrimp Cheese Spead
Shrimp Cheese Spread - served with assorted crackers. It is easy to make and a favorite of our family.

 

 


2nd
Course:


Mixed Greens with Carmelized Pears and Walnuts
A fantastic, refreshing salad!

 

San Francisco-Style Sourdough French Bread
San Francisco-Style Sourdough French Bread

This Sourdough French Bread recipe is very easy to do, but if you desire, you can also purchased your bread to save some time.

 



 

 


3rd Course - Main Course:

Petite Pork Roast
Petite Pork Roast
This is my husband's FAVORITE pork roast. Great for dinner parties. I have served it to everyone I know, and now I can only cook it for ourselves!



Salt-Crusted Mini Potatoes
This is such an easy way to make and served new potatoes. So delicious!



Asparagus Parmigiano
Asparagus Parmigiano
This is my favorite way to prepare and serve fresh asparagus. It is so simple and so good!

 

 


4th Course:



Lemon Sorbet in Lemon Shells
Delicious Lemon Sorbet in a real lemon shell to make a delightful dessert. 


High Tea Lemon Cookies
High Tea Lemon Cookies
This is an old-fashion recipe that is very rich and delicious. If you love lemon, you'll absolutely love these cookies. Be prepared thought, all your friends will want this recipe after they taste these delicious cookies. 

 

Finale:
This course can either be served at your dining table after clearing the dishes or in the living room.

Latte Coffee

A good way to end a meal is with a (decaf) latte. Learn how to make a perfect cup of Coffee

 

 

 

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