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Monday, November 13, 2006

Afternoon tea sandwiches

Afternoon tea sandwiches are made from very thinly sliced bread.

Some suggested fillings include: butter (salted or unsalted), herb butters, mayonnaise, or cream cheese. Add the fillings of your choice. After sandwiches are made, crusts are removed.

Sandwiches can be cut into squares, rectangles, triangles or diamonds -- or have fun using your favorite shaped cookie cutters which show the season (i.e., a heart for Valentine’s day or a pumpkin for Fall).

1 Comments:

Blogger bippee said...

My daughter isn't a big fan of bread, but when I use the cookie cutter with different shapes, even a curcle, she loves to eat them.

Deviled ham makes a great filling for afternoon tea sandwiches.

1:36 AM, January 27, 2007  

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