What food should I serve at my daughters 1yr old party in June?!

Question: What food should I serve at my daughters 1yr old party in June!?
I am trying to figure out what to serve at my daughters birthday party!. With just adults alone, there is goign to be 24 of them, and they ALL have children except 4 of them!. So, I am wanting some ideas for good cheap foods to serve to everyone!. We awanted to do carne asada originally, but I think that would be too expensive!. I know we can do hotdogs, hamburgers or chicken, but what else would be good ideas!? Thanks!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

wel i planned a birthday for my god-daughter who's birthday was also one!.!.!.we served sandwhiches, cocktail saugages, chicken wings, chips, baked potatoes with toppings, muffins, fairy cakes, cookies, vegtable scwers, marshmallows nd melted chocolate, wedges, and soup!.!.!.hope this helped you!.!.!.!.xWww@FoodAQ@Com

Weel you definatley want finger foods, so chips, cookies, candy, also try fried raviolli, its cheap to by and make!. For some main dishes try spagetti, bbq, anything that oyur daughter like get her!. Its her special day, so make it special!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Hot dogs, hamburgers and chicken legs are great and cheap!. You can do mac n cheese, spagetti, fruit bowl, corn on the cob and tater tots!. Have fun!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

BBQ hot dogs & hamburgers !.!.!. cole slaw !.!.!. potato salad !.!.!. fruit salad !.!.!. veggie/dip platter !.!.!. get a "cupcake cake" from your local grocery's bakery (cupcakes pushed together and frosted as one cake on top - easier to serve & for kids to eat)Www@FoodAQ@Com

Finger sandwiches!.
They are easy and cheap to make!.
IN fact!.!.!.
Any type of finger foods!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

we usually bbq for bday parties!. works well!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

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