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Food/party question - is this lame?

I'm going to a New Year's Eve party tomorrow night.  It's heavy aps and drinks around 9:00...the hosts are making a bunch of stuff, but they are encouraging others to bring food and/or wine.  Probably about 15-20 people. 

A week or so ago, I had told the host that I'd be able to bring a couple things.  I am going to make these savory shortbread cookie things...they have pecans, parmesan, and thyme in them.  Well, long story short, I don't have anything else planned for a second item and I've been to the store like 10 times in the past week, so I don't feel like going back.

So, I need a second thing.  I know she has tons of desserts and also has a cheese tray.  I don't really know what else she's serving or what anyone else is bringing.

I've got walnuts, pecans, and almonds, so I could make spiced nuts.  But does that sound lame?  I also have dates and dried apricots.  I could make a festive tray with those and the cookies and nuts.  But, do people other than me and the elderly eat dates?  I love them, but I don't know if they are party food if they are not wrapped in bacon (which I don't have).

Thoughts?  Should I go to the store, or are nuts and dates good?

 

 

Re: Food/party question - is this lame?

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