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    Quote Originally Posted by Smyles View Post
    A crab dip & crackers, super easy and always a hit.

    Smooth philly dip over the bottom of a small bowl or plate, top with crab meat (I use tinned) then spread "spicy red sauce" (maggi brand, it's not spicy) over the top.

    Creamed corn & bacon cob loaf
    These sound great - do you have a recipe for the cob loaf?

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    I usually take creamed corn cob loaf dip. Always a big hit!

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    Default 'Bring a plate BBQ' what do you bring?

    For dessert I do fruit platter and snack some carrot, celery, bickies and usually hummus dip (homemade if I get the time)

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    I would make zucchini slice or spinach cob loaf dip for snacks, and a hedgehog slice for dessert 👍

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    Generally I will see what's on special at the supermarket and whip up something. Cheap strawberries? Chocolate dipped strawberries. Is there a bulk lolly discount on? I will make a rocky road surprise. I will make a bruschetta type salad and take some pre made crunchy baked slices of a French stick which people can top with the 'salad' part. I also would do rice paper rolls if I have time or as someone else said a cob loaf with corn/cheese dip.

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    I usually bring a salad, a seafood dish ( so I have something to eat!) and some kind of finger food or a dessert - last night we had a BBQ at SIL house and I made a quinoa salad, BBQ octopus and warm mexican dip

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    Quote Originally Posted by CookingMonster View Post
    These sound great - do you have a recipe for the cob loaf?
    Creamed corn & bacon cob

    Sauté 1 diced onion & 4 rashers of diced bacon.
    Add 1 large can of creamed corn & 1 block of Philly cheese, stir over low heat until combined and philly has melted.
    Toss in a handful of tasty cheese, stir until melted.
    Pour into a hollowed out cob load and bake at 180 for about 10 mins or until loaf is crunchy.

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    Omg I shouldn't be reading this while hungry....yum so many good ideas

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    Quote Originally Posted by Party of Three View Post
    Ohhhhh....a dad joke?

    I do know someone who when they first immigrated to Australia turned up to a 'bring a plate' BBQ with a plate because they thought that their new friend must be low on crockery


    I also know someone who did just bring an empty plate haha

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    Depending on what culture your from it can actually be quite rude to ask your guests to bring something. A friend of line when asked to bring a plate to a bbq she was invited to thought she was supposed to bring her own plates to eat from lol.


 

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