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With a large spread, and dozens of delicious dishes to choose from, it's tempting to grab a big plate and sample everything the host has to offer.
A good strategy is to scope out the buffet line first and choose the items you'll be having (opting for the roasted Brussels sprouts instead of the creamy casserole, of course). Then, when it's time to dine, opt for a small plate to help keep portions (i.e., calories) under control.
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