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hopefully2019 Sun 22-Sep-19 20:15:04

Hi guys,

I need some inspiration. If you could choose your favourite 3 things you like to see on a buffet what would it be ?

I'm planning my baby shower party for around 40 people. It's in the day time

Wanting some ideas!!! I've looked online but I'm curious what different individual people like to see at a buffet. Thanks guys xxx

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Ricekrispie22 Mon 23-Sep-19 06:04:18

Finger buffet or knife and fork?

siriusblackthemischieviouscat Mon 23-Sep-19 22:21:48

Egg mayonnaise sandwiches - i love open half bread bun type

Pizza

Veg sticks and humous

But may favourite buffet is one with labels so i know what is vegetarian

Grumpbum123 Mon 23-Sep-19 22:25:10

Cheese and pineapple hedgehog
Sticky sausages
Decent sausage rolls pref homemade and warm

Kanga83 Mon 23-Sep-19 22:29:30

Potato salad, a lovely Mediterranean salad with olives and a balsamic dressing, hummous with crudités and I'm happy. If hot buffet, a wedding I went too was all jacket potatoes with three or four fillings and salad options. Simple and delicious.

EdWinchester Mon 23-Sep-19 22:29:32

NO sandwiches.

Bruschetta, halloumi fries, blini with smoked salmon and caviar, Nigella's cocktail sausages - I could go on. My dh does amazing canapés.

Ricekrispie22 Tue 24-Sep-19 04:54:56

My colleague did a USA-themed buffet:
Mini pulled pork sliders
Mini hot dogs (using finger rolls and chipolatas)
Onion rings
Sweet corn salad
Mozzarella sticks
Southern fried chicken strips
BBQ sauce, American mustard, ketchup

Pudding:
Rocky road, brownies, New York cheesecake

TheDuchessofDukeStreet Tue 24-Sep-19 05:00:21

I’d do an afternoon tea buffet.
Ham sandwiches, cream cheese and celery sandwiches, cucumber sandwiches. Perhaps some smoked salmon ones.
Scones, jam, cream.
Cakes and tea. Proper lemonade. Sorted.

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