Filled with zesty lemon curd, sweet strawberries and cream cheese, or even garnished with fresh flowers, our tea sandwiches make any event special. Browse our recipe collection for the perfect tea sandwiches to suit your gathering.See Popular Tea Sandwiches Recipes
Mouthwatering flavor and festive color come from the ribbons of filling in these appetizer sandwiches. Egg salad and an olive-nut blend pair beautifully in these delicate teatime treats.
These open-faced sandwiches created by F&W's Marcia Kiesel can be cut into whimsical shapes. For a little graphic fun, look for radishes of varying shapes and sizes.
The petals and leaves of Signet marigolds flavor these cream cheese-filled luncheon sandwiches.
If you want to make your own chicken salad for the recipe, pick up a package of refrigerated or frozen chopped cooked chicken at the supermarket.
The robust sour cream mixture wakes up your taste buds when you bite into these beef sandwiches. Serve them for a light lunch or as an appetizer at a party.
A simple pound cake, enriched with sour cream, is crowned with fresh peaches and strawberries. It becomes a glorious dessert or a sweet breakfast dish.
Fill heart-shaped bread with the filling of your choice for these appetizer sandwiches. Choose from chicken, ham, or egg salad, or try a marmalade or cucumber filling.
Try turkey, low-fat cheddar and grape jam for a kid-friendly version.
These little cheese, pear, and strawberry sandwiches make a nice snack or appetizer for a party.
Smoked salmon plays off crispy cucumber and creamy avocado.
Serve this mini crab salad sandwich recipe for an appetizer or at a spring party with a variety of side salads.
Creamy salmon-caper filling, topped with watercress, makes these bite-size sandwiches a perfect appetizer or snack for small gatherings. Poach the salmon and make the dressing a day ahead of serving. Assemble the sandwiches shortly before serving.
My daughter scored an adorable tea set over the holidays. Which just happened to coincide with a lazy Sunday morning when my little one woke up and decided she liked dolls. From that day forward she has taken "baby" everywhere and cared for that doll like it was her firstborn child.
Good old Mom. How we love her! And as Mother's Day approaches, how we wish we were back in preschool so that a teacher would take charge of our Mother's Day gift -- a clay disk with our hand print in it, or a fan made out of lace-trimmed wallpaper.
It doesn't matter if you're at the Hollywood Bowl, Shakespeare in the Park or in your town square enjoying the high-school band's greatest hits: outdoor concerts are some of the best experiences of the summer. Add good food, a chilled bottle of wine or fresh lemonade, and you're close to perfection. Even for those among us who would turn down an invitation to a humid, sticky daytime picnic, the chance to dine al fresco while enjoying live music or theater is an opportunity not to be missed.
Egg salad is a deli favorite we can't seem to get enough of. Whether you're brown-bagging it for a satisfying lunch at work, making sandwiches for the kids to take to school, or adding a dollop to a green salad for a light supper, egg salad is sunny and packed with good protein. Some of us like egg salad when it's back to basics: just chopped hard-cooked eggs and some mayo, piled on slices of crusty bread.