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    Party Menu -- Historical Society Tea

    Recently, I prepared the refreshments for a local historical society's vintage hat show. They used a tea party theme for the event. It was a super hot and humid day, but the cool refreshments were really a pleasure.

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    Great way to use leftover ham!

    Recipe #78382

    The taste of carrot cake without baking. A fresh little sandwich to serve with tea or as a snack. Very much enjoyed by my toddler.

    Recipe #111502

    1 Reviews |  By dale!

    A very impressive and tasty little tart. Much easier than it looks!

    Recipe #70939

    Now I know this sounds strange, but when I was a kid, I used to go out to the garden and pull a couple of radishes, clean em and slice em and butter a slice of bread and salt my radishes and I had a radish sandwich. Well this is just a little more sophisticated and a lot better.

    Recipe #57384

    2 Reviews |  By ~Bekah~

    A Christmas favorite.

    Recipe #65629

    This is an adopted recipe. I have not yet tried it, but see what the original poster had to say about it: We have been making these cookies for at least the last 3 years for our Christmas cookie tray and everyone always raves about them they are delicate and have a nice light flavour. Please let me know if anyone tries this and I will take all comments into consideration for editing. Thanks! (Oh-yield is a TOTAL guess.)

    Recipe #4955

    There is not much to say about this recipe. If you love chocolate and strawberries, try it. :)

    Recipe #29413

    These cheesy puffs are really tasty! Use any filling you wish if these don't suit your needs.

    Recipe #28775

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

    Recipe #57177

    63 Reviews |  By Dib's

    Coconutty Goody!

    Recipe #11177


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