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British Bites: Smoked Salmon and Dill Tea Sandwiches

Throughout Britain and many of its colonies, tea is often served in the mid-afternoon as a quick bite between the midday and evening meal. Tea sandwiches as well as pastries, breads, butter, jams and small confections are served. Traditionally tea sandwiches are cold, two-bite sandwiches; some of the most common are egg salad, watercress, and smoked salmon. This version of the classic salmon tea sandwich uses a cream cheese with dill along with some red onion to brighten up the sandwich. More

Smoked Salmon and Dill Tea Sandwiches

Throughout Britain and many of its colonies, tea is often served in the mid-afternoon as a quick bite between the midday and evening meal. Tea sandwiches as well as pastries, breads, butter, jams and small confections are served. Traditionally tea sandwiches are cold, two-bite sandwiches; some of the most common are egg salad, watercress, and smoked salmon. This version of the classic salmon tea sandwich uses a cream cheese with dill along with some red onion to brighten up the sandwich. More

Weekend Cook and Tell Round Up: Tea Time

For last week's Weekend Cook and Tell we asked all of you to break out the fine china for Tea Time, a most civilized challenge. We were looking for afternoon tea appropriate bites and pastries that would be at home on your shiniest sterling three-tiered tray. Here's a peek at some of our most elegant teatime edibles. More

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