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    DS1's birthday is next month. We are going to have his party at a local park and do a BBQ with sausages, I will maybe make some kebabs or something else. I want to have a few yummy, healthy salads aswell. I really do not want to spend hours preparing everything. Do u think it's better to buy some yummy salads from a catering place or somewhere? Would that be really expensive??
    Also... Does anyone know of any such places do buy said salads in Sutherland Shire / St George area in Sydney??
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    It's honestly easier ( and cheaper) to do yourself ! Just cut up all the salad stuff in the morning and make the dressing in a container to pour over when serving

    there is a great Lebanese shop at Hurstville that makes tabouli, fattoush, chick pea, potato salads fresh everyday plus homemade dips you could order? Otherwise there are some good Delis near me in Oatley that do fresh salads

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    Or a large tub of Mrs crockets from coles?

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    Thanku ladies

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    I'd just make one up. Way cheaper.

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    Decided to buy
    Ordered from shire foods at Taren Point. Thanks for your suggestions!! X

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    Shire Foods are the best.

    Also Woolies do platters from the deli section.


 

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