Please keep suggestions simple. I would like to provide tastings of raw foods, nothing that needs to be cooked.
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Fruit (different fruit or a tasting of assorted cultivars of the same fruit)
and of course booze.
Beer, wine or spirits.
Also, coffee and/or tea. Don't know if you consider brewing to be cooking.
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chile powder on chocolate
agree with whipped cream!
bananas with sugar
Popsicles, ice cream, dream bars, fudgesicles
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Visit an olive bar in your local grocery store. They have interesting items..... all kinds of olives, mushrooms, little peppers stuffed with chunks of parmesan, pickled onions, marinated artichoke hearts, fun stuff and you can buy as little or as much as you'd like.
Fresh various varieties of grapes, pineapple or mango, avocado, edamame dipped in lemon and soy sauce(it's real tasty!), spiced nuts,
Dates stuffed with cream cheese.
Many choices! BB
Wow! So many great ideas! I can only assume foodies&chefs make #greatlovers! Keep it coming! Sweet AND savory....
Sweets....chocolate truffles, dried apricots dipped in chocolate, dates coated with honey and rolled in coconut, strawberries hollowed out and filled with sweet cream cheese, frozen grapes, maraschino cherries soaked in rum, that's about it. BB
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