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Diane Asks:

May 04, 2011
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QMy son's Court of Honor ceremony for reaching the rank of Eagle Scout is right around the corner, and I need some ideas on what to serve. I was thinking of finger sandwiches, cake and cookies. The guests range in age from 4th graders to adults, with the majority of them around 13.

- Diane


Congratulations to you and your son, — achieving Eagle Scout status is quite an honor! For your celebration, we pulled together three simple, festive recipes we think will work wonderfully. All can be made ahead, look attractive on a buffet and will satisfy all ages. And as a bonus, everything can be eaten with fingers. — no forks required!

Start with Turkey & Cheese Mini-Wraps, loaded with delicious ingredients and sliced into decorative swirls, so everyone can go back for seconds (and thirds). For dessert, offer Triple Chocolate Temptations — rich, brownie-like cookies no one can resist, and classic Celebration Cupcakes — fabulous no matter how you decorate them. Have a wonderful time.

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