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bareftinthesnow @ 06:23 pm: finger foods
What kinds of food does one serve at a knitting party? Ordinarily I'd have seasonal fruit (which right now means mandarin oranges), chips and salsa, pitas and hummus...

My Indian friend was going to help me cook, and initially I wanted to have all Indian food but samosas and pakodas are just so messy! I think pitas and hummus are still on, but what else should I offer that won't make for sticky hands and spills?


P.S. No cow at my table. No cow juice either.

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From:corrina0703
Date:January 13th, 2006 03:58 am (UTC)
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Maybe try fried, curried tofu cubes that can be eaten with toothpicks? Makes cute little finger foods. Just an idea:)
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From:bareftinthesnow
Date:January 13th, 2006 04:00 am (UTC)
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mmmm. I always have trouble making deep-fried tofu, might be a good excuse to experiment with that.
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From:corrina0703
Date:January 13th, 2006 04:02 am (UTC)
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hehe...there ya go...lemme know how it turns out *s*
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From:bldrnrpdx
Date:January 17th, 2006 02:59 am (UTC)
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Tempura tofu cubes. Yum. With soft tofu, it's like fried cheese.

I'd strongly suggest other foods on toothpicks too. Or forkables. I think you're right about the sticky finger situation. Unless you had out a set of pretty finger bowls as well, perhaps? With knitted hand towels?
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