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CHEAP housewarming party nibbles...

relizabeth | Sep 27, 200903:37 AM     22

My husband and I have moved into a new flat. We are having a combined housewarming and belated 30th bday party for me. We are pretty poor but we want to serve impressive and delicious nibbles. We've told people to come from 8pm. I've been thinking of the following:

-Gougeres (I love these)
-Summer rolls (my husband and I make them pretty often, so the only problem is making them just before people come)
-korean pancakes: http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/foo...
- hummus with veg
- We can get very good and cheap Turkish bread, olives and feta in our neighborhood.
- I have some nice spanish ham in the fridge I've been saving for this.
- Potato chips (the one thing the UK really excels at)

Any more ideas?

We are inviting about 40 people, but hopefully they won't all show up... there isn't enough room!

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