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Old 09-22-08, 10:50 AM   #1
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What food do you bring to meetings?

I have a meeting every monday at 1:30, so I bring some kind of dessert-like food...

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Old 09-22-08, 10:57 AM   #2
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spaghetti and sauce would be pretty funny.

Seriously: Id much more prefer a veggie & dip platter. Others may too instead of sweets.
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Pickel eggs, feta cheese, fried pork rinds and popcorn with garlic and parmesan.
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Fruit. Fruit is always good.
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Our meetings are usually semi catered, Cookies, bread, stuff like that. And of course the all important coffee..
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None, lots of time they have a small fruit/muffin and beverage thing set up. Or actually to save on cost, some of the department secretary's have a coffee maker in the meeting room all set up.
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I had my first lunch meeting recently, one of the most awkward experiences I've had in a long time.
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LOL I just caught this clearly...exactly why my post
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I bring beer, pringles, and beef jerky for my weekly meeting/conference call.
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Pickel eggs, feta cheese, fried pork rinds and popcorn with garlic and parmesan.
This is certainly a way to keep everyone awake during the meeting. God that must be some rank smellin stuff.
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try packets of "Craisins Trail Mix",
they contain dried cranberries, nuts and small chocolate chips.
Tasty, easy to eat neatly at a meeting, easy to carry/serve & have some nutritional value.
caution- they contain nuts.
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