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When my daughter was having her baby shower, she put me in charge of the food. She knows that I love to cook, and plan, and entertain, and she knew that I would drive her nuts if she didn’t give me something to do. I was more than happy to help her with anything she needed, and food was right up my alley. I already knew what we were going to do as far as a menu type, but I didn’t know exactly what I was going to make. I wanted sandwiches and salads, for a nice summery baby shower theme. Those always seem to go over really well whenever I attend them.
It was time to go on the prowl and see what I could find. I was talking with a few of my friends at a meeting for church one day about the event coming up, and one of them mentioned cucumber sandwiches. I was picturing the plain cucumber and cream cheese sandwiches, and I thought that was too boring.
Then, she started describing these cucumber sandwiches that she had seen on Just A Pinch. They sounded just fancy enough, yet simple, making them ideal for the party coming up. That was settled, I knew what I was making after that very conversation.
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