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Answered 1 year ago

I will be proposing to my gf soon I have booked a hotel she knows we are going away for the weekend. Looking for food ideas not wanting anything greasy or to heavy preferably things that can be eaten in the room. I had thought about a platter nice sandwiches but that is all, I don’t want to do dip or that but I still want to make the night special


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1 year ago
Sandwiches , fruit salad, little cakes and biscuits. Choc covered strawberries and berries. Wine.

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1 year ago
Chocolate covered strawberries. Pineapple pieces. Cheese platter.

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1 year ago
Seafood platter! Ask the hotel you’re staying at to help you organise this.
Or alrernatively cheese & fruit platter delivered to the room. Congratulations and good luck

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1 year ago
Thanks I have spoken to the hotel and even seem there menu and there nothing suitable. My gf Ian allergic to seafood and despite her liking cheese platter I don’t so trying to come up with easy food

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1 year ago
No comment on the food, but good luck with the proposal!

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1 year ago
Fruit platter and a sweet grazing board. Both available from the deli of your local supermarket.

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1 year ago
Where I have never seen anything like it

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1 year ago
Ask the deli in your local supermarket if they make them up.... Most will have an option to make one up

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1 year ago
Check out the website of your local supermarket (Coles or Woolworths definitely do shit like this) and see if they take your fancy. Coles is under "From The Deli - Platters, Pies & Party Food". Woolworths website I'm not sure. Usually they need 48 hours notice to make it up.

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1 year ago
All the foods she likes. In smaller form.

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1 year ago
Sushi?
Good luck :) xx

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1 year ago
Thanks neither of us eat or like it