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    Quote Originally Posted by CakeyMumma View Post
    Greek salad on a stick?
    I put a cherry tomato, feta cube, cucumber slice and olive on a big toothpick then before you put them out dress with a squeeze lemon juice, olive oil and sprinkle dried oregano over the top , good way to eat salad without the need for forks and plates!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    I put a cherry tomato, feta cube, cucumber slice and olive on a big toothpick then before you put them out dress with a squeeze lemon juice, olive oil and sprinkle dried oregano over the top , good way to eat salad without the need for forks and plates!
    Yummmmmmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    I put a cherry tomato, feta cube, cucumber slice and olive on a big toothpick then before you put them out dress with a squeeze lemon juice, olive oil and sprinkle dried oregano over the top , good way to eat salad without the need for forks and plates!
    Genius! You've inspired me!

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    Subbing as im planning Ds's naming day in a park in 7 weeks.

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    Great ideas! Thanks! keep them coming!

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    Hey I am going to revive this topic as I am also planning a 2nd birthday in a park...got some great ideas above was just wondering if anyone else had any ideas???

    Was thinking sandwiches and kids party food???

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    For my son's 1st birthday I made fruit salad, roast veg salad (served cold), potato bake (served cold), chicken sausage rolls, devilled eggs, chocolate slice, jammie dodger biscuits, choc/white choc pinwheel cookies and jam doughnut muffins. Everything was cold and made the day/days before and just carried to the park on the day.

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    We had DS1's 1st birthday in the park. For food we had: home made sausage rolls (mum baked them just before the party so were still warm), sandwiches, a cheese platter with dips and crackers and veggie sticks, cupcakes, honey joys & of course the birthday cake.

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    Oh and a fruit platter

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    Great it's a wiggles theme so I was going to do fruit salad I a cup and put a sign

    Fruit salad...yummy yummy


 

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