Cold, try to keep the preparation on the day to a minimum, I try and buy as much pre cooked boneless meats as possible, slice ham, beef, pork, turkey breast, chicken, different salami’s, metwursts, twiggy sticks, cabonos and anything that people may eat, I try and serve them all on platters, keeping them separate because the kids don’t like flavours mixing, we also have a large green salad, platters with pickled onions, tomatoes and bits and pieces, platter with celery sticks, carrots, anything they may dip, I have a couple of dips for nibbling, some nuts, cherries, a bowl of stone fruits, and a cut up platter of fresh fruit and melons, for salads we have basic coleslaw, potato, beetroot, pasta, rice. and dessert is usually a blackforest cake and cheesecake, no one in our family are pudding or fruit cake eaters so have stopped them as they just get wasted. this seems to full everyone up, and with lots of ice, eskies and an early start it is quite easy and relaxing on the day with lots of leftovers for the next day.

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Published 22nd February 2020


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