Updated Tea Sandwiches

Aura has chosen this week’s recipe.

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47 thoughts on “Updated Tea Sandwiches

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  2. I updated one of my mom’s old recipes from the 50’s and made Chevre with Dried Cherry and Cinnamon tea sandwiches. Thanks for choosing this, Aura. It is a recipe I would have flipped past in the book if it hadn’t been for you.

      • Thanks, Margarita. Her passing has been made easier by the fact that I have a new little grandson, born just a few hours after Mom died. I like to think that Mom made a little space in this world for baby Ethan to fill.

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  5. Glad everyone is having fun with this recipe–I was trying to pick something no-cook for this hot first week of July!

    I ended up leaving town and just grabbed a few ingredients as I headed out the door. I made several combinations using cucumber, garlicky pea spread, radishes, arugula, and sunflower sprouts. I served them with a chilled avocado-radish-basil soup from Martha Stewart Living’s latest issue.

    http://dinnerwithaura.com/2012/07/02/updated-tea-sandwiches-with-chilled-avocado-radish-basil-soup/

    Have a great day!

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  12. No formal post about this recipe, but I tried the egg and olive filling in a sandwich for dinner last night. So good! Leave it to Mr. Bittman to convince me my egg salad purists ways were wrong haha.

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