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So I plan to invite the members of my household when they come over to my room for a drink. I bought a bottle of Moet and I was wondering what kind of snacks should I offer to them?
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berries, almonds, and dark chocolate with sea salt
cheese-like pecorino or aged cheddar with salty crackers
crostini with salty toppings like olives, goats cheese, or prosciutto
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Pringles?
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So I plan to invite the members of my household when they come over to my room for a drink. I bought a bottle of Moet and I was wondering what kind of snacks should I offer to them?
Smoked salmon on toast.
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So I plan to invite the members of my household when they come over to my room for a drink. I bought a bottle of Moet and I was wondering what kind of snacks should I offer to them?
Another bottle, one is never enough.

In all seriousness salted almonds.
Parmasean blocks.
Prosciutto & marmalade crostini
fruit platter with strawberries & grapes
whatever you want really

What sort of household is this? because if its uni halls a pack of Pringles might be more suitable...
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Almonds, full bodied cheese (brie style/cheddar/parmesan), caviar, crudites, french fries, oysters, popcorn, crackers and smoked salmon dip.
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Pringles?
l love a 200gram tub of pringles l eat them all lol
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A few tubs of nutella.
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l love a 200gram tub of pringles l eat them all lol
It's hard not to eat them all
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It's hard not to eat them all
l eat them all lol
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It's hard not to eat them all
They are all finished l ate them all lol
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Another bottle, one is never enough.

In all seriousness salted almonds.
Parmasean blocks.
Prosciutto & marmalade crostini
fruit platter with strawberries & grapes
whatever you want really

What sort of household is this? because if its uni halls a pack of Pringles might be more suitable...
Thanks, it would be the members of my household within my College at Oxford University.

I will buy a second bottle. I wanted a magnum but I could not find one in local supermarkets.
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Almonds, full bodied cheese (brie style/cheddar/parmesan), caviar, crudites, french fries, oysters, popcorn, crackers and smoked salmon dip.
That would be also ideal, however, since we do not have a kitchen, it would difficult to prepare most of these.
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Thanks, it would be the members of my household within my College at Oxford University.

I will buy a second bottle. I wanted a magnum but I could not find one in local supermarkets.
I actually cant tell if this is an attempt at satire or not.

Your a fresher and your pepping moet & some kind of charcuterie platter for your flat.
Didnt fancy glens, lambrini & a couple packs of crisps or jaffa cakes. :laugh:
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It's hard not to eat them all
It gets harder when you have a younger sibling who wants a 'fair share'.
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I actually cant tell if this is an attempt at satire or not.

Your a fresher and your pepping moet & some kind of charcuterie platter for your flat.
Didnt fancy glens, lambrini & a couple packs of crisps or jaffa cakes. :laugh:
Dw I am an international student so I do not exactly fit the Oxbridge stereotype.

Nonetheless, I am not being facetious. There will be 1-2 very posh individuals and I just want to stay at the top of the game.

I think I'll opt for smoked salmon crostini, berries, dark chocolate with Hawaii black sea salt and truffle crisps.

It would be only an appetizer before the actual dinner, so I think it should be enough.
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