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Thread: Cucumber sandwiches

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    Cucumber sandwiches

    Just found this out from a friend. Take 1 envelope of Italian dressing, mix with 8 oz cream cheese. Spread on any good grain or wheat bread. Slice cucumbers and place on bread. Great for parties. Could also use on crackers as an appetizer.
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    Lemon cukes are good for this too!
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    My mother used to do this many years ago. great for a quick lunch or late snack. I try to buy seedless. Little pricey but saves the gastro.

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    sprinkle with a little paprika, it not only adds another flavor but the color is wonderful. Have served them for years.

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    Looks great when bread is cut out with a glass and all placed on top. Yummy!

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    Especially good on rye or pumpernicel bread.

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    lemon cukes???????

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    I make this but I put it on pumpernickel rounds and sprinkle with dill. Very good.

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    Many years ago a six year old taught me the art of cucumber sandwiches. They are so yummy

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    I took cuke sandwiches to school when I was little and still had them for lunch until July when I gave up bread. Now I just eat the plain cucumber! Love them!!
    I'll keep the recipe for entertaining, though!

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    I made a couple of cucumber sandwiches the other day.
    Sliced cucumbers, peeled, sliced tomatoes <--both from the garden.
    I added a 1/2 of avocado smashed, salt and peppered lightly.

    DH could hardly eat the whole thing!
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    We used those miniature crispy bread slices from the deli and made these for my daughter's wedding reception. Topped with a sprig of fresh thyme

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    I grew up eating them on pumpernickel with butter not cheese. I had some cucumber slices at a wedding once that had a small round circle of cream cheese then a dollop of apricot jam in the center. Loved them and make them for parties too.. inexpensive and fun.
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