05.30.2012

When we set out to write the menu for Rebecca’s Hen’s Night, we decided to serve tea sandwiches to go with the English party theme. Small bites are always a good way to go for girl’s nights and showers, and we figured they would be perfect for this daytime event. Whether classic flavors or new favorites, it’s fun to sample a variety of options. We are not quite ready to unveil the full Hen’s Night post, but here are some small bites that will make your mouth water:

A spin on a brunch favorite: toasted multigrain baguette, cream cheese, smoked salmon, and chives.

Caprese, a classic that everyone loves: toasted french baguette, tomato, basil, and mozzarella with a hint of olive oil.

A nice mix of sweet and savory: sourdough bread, sliced strawberries, parmesan cheese, and balsamic vinegar completes the selection of tea sandwiches.

Top: apricot jam, brie, and arugula

Bottom: butter, avocado, and smoked gouda cheese

We love to make dinner out of party leftovers. While grocery shopping for this event, we went a little overboard and ended up with tons of extra food. This definitely wasn’t a hardship. With all of the cheeses and fun green veggies we bought, we had lots of variety to choose from for making a special dinner. Even when you are home alone, it is so much fun to experiment with flavors and create your own small bites. Who knows they may be so good that you will want to share them at your next party.

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