What's a good food to bring to a party?

Canada
January 23, 2009 1:56pm CST
I don't want to be boring or simple,i want to be original.my friends from work are having a get together and we are supposse to bring each a dish,i don't want to just bring chip and salsa!Any idea?
5 responses
@mac_bb (156)
• United States
23 Jan 09
i learned this from my dad, ritz and easy cheese ha ha ha one year we had a potluck x-mas party at work ever since i bring them every time i have to bring a dish :) but brownie's and cookie's are always good
• Canada
23 Jan 09
Well of course brownie's and sweet...i didn't even think about that!I was trying so hard i forgot about sweet goodies. Thank you and have a sweet day!
@mac_bb (156)
• United States
23 Jan 09
you to have a great day
• United States
23 Jan 09
You can bring club sandwhiches. They are small easy to make and many people enjoy them. They are easy to eat and not messy. You can bring pizza depending on what kind of party, everyone loves pizza. You can also bring chips covered in some kind of indian sauce, Ive tried some and they are pretty spicy your gonna have to look it up depending on what kind you should make. Home made dishes are better than buying from the market. Have a great time.
• Canada
23 Jan 09
Thank you for your idea,that i good one to try(club sandwiches).
@wheel416 (1019)
• Canada
23 Jan 09
Hi there Isabella, I read your question and the words chocolate fondue immediately popped into my head. Over Christmas my family and I had a chocolate fondue with fresh fruit and some munchies! I absolutely loved it my personal favorites were chocolate covered oranges (Clementines) and chocolate covered pretzels, I even liked the chocolate covered bananas! A chocolate fondue would be completely original and I think I hit with most people. If I were going to take a chocolate fondue to a party I would buy those wooden barbecues skewers to use as fondue sticks as most fondue sets you buy will not have enough utensils for a party that size. I think a chocolate fondue would be relatively easy for you to prepare and a huge party hit, that doesn't cost much, and doesn't take a lot of skill to prepare either! That's just my 2ยข worth happy Mylotting!
• Canada
23 Jan 09
You had me at CHOCOLATE....Mmmmm that's a wonderful idea.thank you. have a nice day.
@Jellen (1852)
• United States
23 Jan 09
You could try a simple tray of fresh fruit slices or a bowl of fresh chopped fruit. Strawberries, blueberries, pineapple, peaches, whatever. Chop them up and drizzle a bit of honey or agave nectar sweetener over the fruit, a squeeze or two of fresh lemon juice, and lightly toss. You will have a colorful, tasty treat that's healthy and a crowd pleaser.
• Canada
23 Jan 09
OoooH!that sound so yummy.I might give that a try.Thank you and have a good day
@uicbear (1903)
• United States
23 Jan 09
How about some kind of seven layer dip. MMMMmmm. Those are always tasty and it's a little more complicated than just any ol dip. And yet it's not too much work. Were you thinking about an appetizer, something more substantial, or like a veggie try kind of deal? you could always come right out and ask your friend. there might be something specific they need help with.
• Canada
23 Jan 09
You are right i could ask but i just wanted to come up with something original but still simple.I will go look it up(seven layer dip)cause i don't know how to make that.Thank you so much and have a nice day.