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    I need some ideas for entree/appitisers for a party with about 50 people ... only catch is they cant be reheated or need to go in fridge due to clubs policies.

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    Vietnamese prawn rice paper rolls
    Prawn tacos
    Peking duck lettuce cups
    Brushcetta
    Dips and pita bread
    Avocado prawn toasts
    Antipasto platter
    Smoked salmon blinis
    Proscuitto wrapped bread sticks
    Sushi
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    quiche? mini tartlets?

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    Default Re: Party food

    Savoury muffins
    Cheese twists
    Mini quiches/tarts

    You're really limited with the no heating/refrigerating lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    Vietnamese prawn rice paper rolls
    Prawn tacos
    Peking duck lettuce cups
    Brushcetta
    Dips and pita bread
    Avocado prawn toasts
    Antipasto platter
    Smoked salmon blinis
    Proscuitto wrapped bread sticks
    Sushi
    I don't think the prawn or duck options would be a good idea with no refrigeration.

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    Default Party food

    I always take any food I make to other peoples houses in an esky or insulated bag , I would recommend op do the same!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MummaHan View Post
    Savoury muffins
    Cheese twists
    Mini quiches/tarts

    You're really limited with the no heating/refrigerating lol
    These are great ideas!
    I know its really limited because of their policy. i have hot food/dinner provided during the night but club is allowing me to bring my own nibbles etc. But i just wanted a bit more the chips and salsa.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood View Post
    I don't think the prawn or duck options would be a good idea with no refrigeration.
    Yeh they are pretty much all not allowed because of the policy.
    They all sound delicious though

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    Default Party food

    Pumpkin tarts are good room temp

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    Default Party food

    So you can't just organize with a mate or something to grab some meat and cheese platters from woolies/Coles and drop them off at the right time like duck home and bring them in. Something yum is mixing pretzels, nuts, dried fruits and m & ms together so you get a scoop of whatever out of the bowl. Also air con should be enough for a fruit platter if cut or go for mini fruits like baby mandarins, small apples, berries, grapes on vine, tiny pears etc assembled interesting on a platter. Chocolate fountain with dipping things like marshmallows,etc or cheese fondue with bread and veg crudités, you can get savory and sweet Danishes that are eaten at room temp. Bread/crackers with jars of gourmet spreads are an awesome treat. Like onion jam, strawberry butter, macadamia butter, etc. Another delight is fresh bread that is dipped into olive oil then dipped into dukkah and then you eat it.


 

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