This Friday is the anniversary of the Hindenburg disaster (1937) and a friend and I decided awhile ago to throw a themed cocktail party for it. (We're not being morbid--it's just such a good excuse to make people dress up!) I've spent weeks fine-tuning my time-appropriate cocktail recipes, but now I'm looking for savory hors d'oeuvres suggestions. They need to be fairly simple and fast. I'm already thinking to do macaroons and chips with dip. What are your ideas for a star 1937 finger food? (And no offense to the incredible Fig and Blue Cheese savouries, but I've made that recipe at least 6 times in the last 4 months and I want to do something different.) Thanks for the help!
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