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    International Food Party

    CHRISSYG
    Wed Aug 17, 2005 2:26 pm
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    Hi all!

    I'm having a surprise party for my fiancee' in November to celebrate his 30th year of service at his place of employment, as well as a belated birthday/congrats on the degree... (all rolled into one)

    Lots of co-workers, friends and family. The co-workers and I have decided on an International Foods Theme and plan on having 'stations' around the back yard with foods from many different countries. (this is all because his tastes are so 'worldly')

    Can any of you please suggest a relatively easy dish that would feed a crowd (appetizer portions of course) and hold well? As well as some decorative ideas for the table on which we'll be serving the food?

    Thank you all in advance for all of your help
    - Carla -
    Fri Aug 19, 2005 5:24 am
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    Hello Chrissy,

    Here is the link to my Traditional Dutch Cookbook - you can find some good things there - among my favorites for entertaining are:

    Sausage Rolls(it says it's australian , but we have something very much near the same here in Holland), Dutch 'Bitterballen' : Bite-size veal croquettes and
    Gehaktballen: Dutch meatballs

    Best of luck with your party icon_wink.gif
    CHRISSYG
    Fri Aug 19, 2005 8:32 am
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    thank you Carla, Bob has spent time in Antwerp on business trips, so I thought this would be another good forum to post in to get recipe ideas! This is wonderful, I love your cookbook!
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