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I probably have enough stuff to put out for our gatherings the next couple days...but I'm kinda compulsive and keep thinking maybe there's something more I can add. Nothing too complicated would be nice.

Evie

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There is a Holiday Appetizer thread on the next page.

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I love Vicki's ideas. Just convert her ideas to gluten free items. Here's her Christmas tree cheese appetizer:

http://iamvickie.blogspot.com/2007/12/chri...-appetizer.html

And Pioneer Woman is wonderful. Watch it because you can get lost on her website. There are gluten free recipes in her Tasty Kitchen site:

http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/

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I made summer rolls today (like spring rolls, but with rice paper and not cooked). Tasty finger food. YUM!

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Thanks you guys! I have to bookmark the links! I got off work early and have been working in the kitchen for the past 5 hours! I'm pooped! For anyone who might read this thread looking for ideas...here are some of the things I made or will be making:

crustless mini quiches

bruchetta with a porcini mushroom-parsley garnish

toasted bread cubes with gruyere and chorizo

crackers with goat cheeses garnished with herbs (my friend has a dairy and I got 7 different kind--yippee!)

crackers with cream and lox

mini chicken salad sandwiches

deviled eggs with lox garnish

Think I'm forgetting something...this last week has made a zombie out of me!

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For anyone who might read this thread looking for ideas...here are some of the things I made or will be making:

crustless mini quiches

bruchetta with a porcini mushroom-parsley garnish

toasted bread cubes with gruyere and chorizo

crackers with goat cheeses garnished with herbs (my friend has a dairy and I got 7 different kind--yippee!)

crackers with cream and lox

mini chicken salad sandwiches

deviled eggs with lox garnish

I'm coming to sample! Sound excellent. Put your feet up. You've done enough.

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