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lostinfrance Thu 22-Feb-07 16:39:01

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Cashncarry Thu 22-Feb-07 16:39:56

What kind of sausages are you using for hot dogs?

Lmccrean Thu 22-Feb-07 16:40:11

lostinfrance Thu 22-Feb-07 16:40:52

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Pedant Thu 22-Feb-07 16:41:57

its a party. if anybody or tell them to fark off

Cashncarry Thu 22-Feb-07 16:42:17

Um - not sure. Might have to be a paranoid mum and check packet for ingredients!

everything else is fab though

TBH - I probably wouldn't have the guts to ask you in real life

brimfull Thu 22-Feb-07 16:43:44

sounds great to me ,my ds would love all of that!

foxtrot Thu 22-Feb-07 16:45:17

Sounds good, got any ketchup for the hot dogs?

MrsBadger Thu 22-Feb-07 16:46:41

I'd be thrilled
you're serving actual veg and no obvious e-numbers

snig Thu 22-Feb-07 16:49:54

tubismybub Thu 22-Feb-07 16:51:06

lostinfrance Thu 22-Feb-07 21:39:47

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WideWebWitch Thu 22-Feb-07 21:42:41

fine with me although hot dogs often have nasty things in so I guess I'd be happier with veggie hot dogs which at least don't contain dodgy meat.

I admit to serving Wotsits, party rings and iced gems at my childrens parties though.

paddyclamp Fri 23-Feb-07 22:11:45

Our DS having party at a soft play place where kids choose their own food (or parents on their behalf, as they're 3).

Most have chosen hotdogs!!!

Aloha Fri 23-Feb-07 22:19:51

Kids love hotdogs. It's a party. I have no views on party food at all. Your party sounds positively Jamie Oliver! But I wouldn't be surprised if you are throwing out quite a few carrot sticks at the end of the afternoon

janeite Sun 25-Feb-07 20:28:53

Sounds very like the food we usually serve at parties; we always use veggie hot dogs as I am veggie, dd1 is virtually veggie and a couple of their friends are Muslim.

And I'm havong major corn on the cob cravings now!

janeite Sun 25-Feb-07 20:29:55

And Pedant has it spot on I think!!!!

oliveoil Sun 25-Feb-07 20:34:16

If you are inviting people, then they should have the good manners to shut up and let their children eat up.

I hate fizzy drinks but my two have them at parties.

Can you imagine going to a party and demanding to read the packaging? Hilarious! dd1 has a nut allergy and if in doubt, she doesn't get it, I wouldn't be rifling through a bin ffs.

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