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Thursday, May 17, 2012

Dutch buffet for my sons 7th birthday party

  
My second son got a party. He became 7. What a big guy already. And he reads all the time. I find it amazing. When the school starts in September they almost don't know the all the characters and in May they read books.

He had a bit bad luck because his birthday was in the middle of a holiday. A lot of people went on vacation and weren't on his party. To make it more festive I made a Dutch Buffet.
Maybe you ask yourself whats that? I made:
  • Sandwiches with cream and olives;
  • Sandwiches with smoked salmon and dill mayonnaise;
  • Sandwiches with cucumber;
  • Green asparagus boiled in wine rolled in ham;
  • Stuffed eggs filled with smoked salmon, green herbs or ham;
  • Mini pizzas with old cheese, cherry tomatoes and cress;
  • Potato salad;
  • Mackerel salad;
  • Crayfish salad;
  • Cream cheese/smoked ham puffs (really delicious).
Everyone like the buffet and it looked great. Congratulations Bart.

3 comments:

Cher Rockwell said...

That sounds and looks wonderful!
Happy Birthday to the young man. Seven is a big deal. My baby turns 18 next week :-(

Nita Digirolamo said...

Congratulations! The age of 7 is a great milestone for your son. The party looks great and the food is beautifully made. Thanks for sharing this recipe. I’m a food enthusiast and your blog gave me a lot of ideas. :)

Nita Digirolamo

Carlene Boley said...

I love Dutch buffet! I frequent Dutch buffet restaurants for some baked chicken, but mostly because of their amazing salad bars. They also have a variety of other foods and some amazing pies at the side.