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    Tea Soup/Sancwiches Etc

    I'm trying to put together a great book of "Tea and Brunch" items.

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    This is so quick and easy. People can't stop eating them.

    Recipe #57177

    I love this hot or over ice.

    Recipe #206892

    24 Reviews |  By Bev

    This recipe can be prepared in 45 minutes or less. Serve this tangy treat with biscuits, toast, or scones. Or use it as a dessert dip or spread between the layers of a cake. From Gourmet, 1999. Also, to be used with my recipe for Recipe #212709 or Recipe #46377!

    Recipe #46378

    A new variation on a traditional cucumber tea sandwich!

    Recipe #175737

    I've eaten pineapple and cream cheese sandwiches before so I can't wait to try this combo.

    Recipe #143565

    According to Marcus Samuelsson, this is traditionally made in Sweden in June when the wild strawberries (which heretofore I only associated with Ingmar Bergman) are available. But Marcus says it's delicious with cultivated strawberries, or you can substitute other berries or a combination thereof. Cooking time includes three hours of cooling/chilling time.

    Recipe #135071

    3 Reviews |  By Smilyn

    From Pampered Chef using the Cut-N-Seal. Cut-N-Seal or similar kitchen tool must be used to make sandwiches. This tool is great for making sandwich pockets, mini pies, turn-overs, etc.

    Recipe #148255

    This is a wonderfully light soup, that just hits the spot. Be sure to cook it long enough though.

    Recipe #213014

    A different yet sophisticated taste.

    Recipe #228147

    My husband loves these, they are nice for a brunch with the girlfriends or a quick warm treat that can be reheated all morning!

    Recipe #212112

    Yummy Chicken Soup from Mrs. Scott

    Recipe #208360

    Great recipe for tea or a light lunch. I suggest serving it with my pumpkin soup recipe.

    Recipe #213013

    A great little snack or appetizer. These are very addictive. You can get fancy and use cookie cutters to cut shapes out of bread the add ingredients on top.

    Recipe #209334


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