So I have these plates and they look really cool. They are sort of small though. What can I make that I can put on them? Please no sushi. :)
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Individual charcuterie: Piles of sliced meats; sausages, good ham, mortadela, a slab of pate. Then assorted cheeses, crackers, flat breads. candied walnuts, olives and a blob of mustard.
I would make a cheese plate with nice crackers, crusty bread, radishes and olives. If you are lucky enough to have some little pewter serving knives that would be perfect! Actually I would do what Sam said - his sounds divine!
chicken and beff satey and peanut sauce. some sliced pineapple and mounded rice.
Samosas, spring rolls, lettuce cups
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