questionswhat food to buy for a high school graduation…

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Beer. Lots and lots of beer.

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Kid-friendly, please. He's only 18 :]

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Maybe some of his favorites? It also depends on what time of day the party is and how many guests are expected. Are there any traditions involved?

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Most graduation parties seem to have the same food... sandwiches, cake, punch, mints. I attended one this year that was different. My cousin had Chinese food catered. It was a really nice change. It's okay to serve Vietnamese food if you want to. Just remember to have some options on the spiciness/mildness level. Having something different will help make the food aspect of the party a hit. That being said, if your brother wants sandwiches, cake, punch, and mints, go with it. After all, it's his graduation party.

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BBQ!
my answer is vague & awesome.

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@faughtey: Yes, we've already planned on some of his favorites like Banh tom chien (shrimp toast) and Pho. Also going to order some platters from Chick-fil-A. This'll be for dinner, nothing really traditional, he just wants a lot of food. ;)

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I think they're referring to Lil' Smokies -- those are fantastic for any occassion

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@vinithehat: yeah, I call them other foul names, but if you prefer to call high school kids wieners, well, to each their own.