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Recommendations for housewarming party

Jeserf | Jun 8, 201212:41 PM     71

Fellow Chow-ers!
We are planning our housewarming party and I'm trying to come up with a solid list of food items.
I would expect maybe 30 people.

So far, my list is:
Homemade tzatziki and hummus with pita chips
Phyllo cups with pesto, roasted tomatoes, and fresh mozz
Bruschetta with Ricotta, Honey and Lemon Zest
Fig and Blue Cheese Savouries
Cheese plate with condiments (quince paste, nuts, crackers)
Olives
sundried tomato pesto pinwheels

Dessert:
salted peanut butter fudge brownies
fruit kabobs

Drinks:
White wine sangria
spritzers (maybe seltzer with peach nectar with floating raspberries and mint)
(wine, beer, soda)

I'd love to hear recommendations for other quick or make-ahead options for finger foods (sweet and savory) for the housewarming party. No shellfish or pork, but I'm open to other things!

Thanks for any help!

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