December 16, 2013
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Thirty fingers foods for your gay wedding

Fun and formal finger foods

for The Brooklyn Paper
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These dainty spring rolls could be eaten in one bite!
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Want to make your guests egg-cited? Deviled eggs make for a filling appetizer.
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Mac and cheese on a plate isn’t so finger-friendly, but mac and cheese balls are.
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Sushi can be a fun food for your guests and perfect for a reception, especially if the nori is on the outside and rice on the inside.
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Who doesn’t love an Asian-style bun stuffed with beef or short rib? ‘Nough said.
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Always a hit, watch these little kosher piggies fly off the plate.
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A caprese skewer is like salad on a stick – no fork and plate necessary.
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Grilled cheese acts as a tasty garnish for a tomato soup shooter.
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Taco goodness stuffed into a mini corn muffin? How adorable — and delicious — is that?
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No one will be tart-y to your reception if you serve fig and blue cheese tarts.
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Who doesn’t love a fancy cheese plate?
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Guests will say “bahn mi another” with this tiny, delicious Vietnamese sandwiches.
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Give your reception a punch of poultry with mini-chicken sliders with raspberry mustard.
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A delicious, easy-to-hold gourmet salad of diced apples, avocado, fennel, cucumbers, and herbs will feel refreshing after all the beefy food we’ve included in this slide show. Don’t you think?
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Guests will flip over mini-flapjack stacks.
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You can’t get any classier — or quirkier — than Pop Tarts on a stick.
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Rainbow-colored macaroons are great for decorative reasons and are pretty tasty, too.
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Creme brulee in a spoon? Oh la-la.
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What came first? The chicken or the chicken and waffle cupcake?
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Your little sweetie pie will love that you served mini pies!

Leave the forks behind!

If you want your guests on their feet and not glued to a seat, think about serving finger-friendly foods rather than having a formal sit-down dinner.

Think about it: what kid doesn’t love eating with their hands?

And in case you’re worried that, despite their fancy name, hors d’oeuvres are not sophisticated enough to appease your adult guests, think again! We have a slideshow filled with a variety of mini options that can provide a full dinner with plenty of carb-y, protein, veggie, and sweet dessert options.

So, click through our above slideshow of finger-friendly food ideas, get inspired, and try not to salivate.

Bon appetite!

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