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    Default European food

    Can someone help???



    I need some ideas of food i can take to work that are of a european theme. Either food I can buy or are relativly easy to make.
    TIA
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    How did your island themed food go? I am curious as to what sort of work you do! Will be thinking of some Eurpoean recipes!

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    Any particular part of Europe? It's a pretty big place LOL.

    What is the food for - do you want savoury (main meal) type food, savoury snack, or dessert / morning tea type stuff? Do you have facilities for reheating or does it have to be served cold?

    If you really want to do quick and easy, you can always buy a pannetone (Italian celebration cake) from a good European grocer or deli. Or some good croissants, or an antipasto platter with some Italian bread.

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    oooh so many options!! lol

    Need more details please!

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    Pizza, pain au chocolate, Schnitzel, Saurkraut, fish and chips and paella.

    Think that's european enough! For puddings?

    Bread and butter pudding, crepes, creme brule and apfel strudel.

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    I've got some Dutch recipes if that's the sort of thing you're looking for. What type of food? Hot dinner on a plate sort of thing, or more like snacks and dessert?

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    cevapice!!! most normal supermarkets stock them now, they are little serbian skinless sausages taht you can cook at home then just heat up at work. simple and yum!!!

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    Katierabbit - i used someones (and I'm really sorry girls, I can't remember who suggested it... ) idea of the jelly islands with jelly babies under the umbrella. The worked out really well! I'm a youth worker. We hae 2 admin days a week so once a month we have a Munchie day with a particular theme and we all bring something into eat.

    soooo many yummy suggestions!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    thanks girls...keep them coming.

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    usually it's for morning tea. We have a microwave but thats it for reheating.

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