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- September 7, 2007 at 5:38 pm #253395
cheese & crackers, sliced apples; grapes; bananas; mixed nuts, muffins (homemade or from a mix – more affordable than a bakery); a pound cake (bundt style); pretzels. Herlean
wrote: I’m in grad school, and all of my classes span dinnertime. My
professors passed around a sign-up sheet for everyone to take turns
bringing in snacks for the class (I feel like I’m in grade school, not
grad school!). anyway, i need cheap and easy ideas to feed 20 people.
I’m trying to lose weight, so I don’t want to bring sweets – my biggest
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