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I took this to a BBQ, and it was a total hit!! Very different from your usual veggie and dip platter (BOOORING!!). The only thing I might do differently next time is to add green pepper strips and try using small pearl onions instead of the sliced. I will definitely be making this again, though. Thank you, whomever you may be:) ~Manda

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Manda August 23, 2002

Very nice. I made this for a birthday party and turned it into more of an antipasto dish by adding chunks of provolone, salami, and pepperoni. I also added green olives stuffed with garlic since the birthday gal loves them. Everyone raved about your the recipe, especially the shrimp and eggs. Thanks.

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Kathy :-( October 01, 2002

Every time I have paid the price for one of those simple but elegant party platters, I look at it and say to myself, 'Hey, I could have done that!'. Now, I am (and at half the cost). :) You change the ingredients, and even the platter itself, to suit the occasion; Marble, crystal, silver, a lettuce-lined tray, acrylic, multi-tier, etc. (I don't happen to have marble, but I've seen it done and it's very nice. A polished marble piece suitable for a platter can probably be picked up relatively inexpensively from scraps at a 'marble & tile' shop.)

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GinnyP October 03, 2002

This was VERY easy to put together, looks great and everyone loved it. I separated the veges onto two plates, one with shrimp and one without for my vegetarian hubby. This will definitely be on my list of summer treats!

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metznerp March 19, 2011
Composed Appetizer Platter