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The other day, I was in attendance at a close family friend’s funeral.
Unfortunately, my friend’s grandmother had passed away. These things are so sad but I can take comfort in the fact that my friend’s grandma lived a long and fulfilling life. She accomplished so many different things and was such a beacon of light to our small community. The church was so packed it was busting at the seams with folks wanting to pay their last respects to this dear lady. The day was more of a celebration of life rather than a sullen and somber funeral service. It was quite beautiful if I do say so myself.
After the funeral, all in attendance were invited to a special luncheon in the church basement in honor of my friend’s lost loved one. There were all sorts of salads, cakes, and other goodies. However, the one food that really caught my eye was this large platter heaped with small slider-like sandwiches.
Each little sandwich had a slice of meat, cheese, and a soft bun. I took two of the sandwiches as they were small. After my first bite, I got a huge smile on my face as the sweetness of the bun warmed my heart. I knew my friend’s grandmother would have appreciated these little sandwiches as she loved simple lunches such as these 🙂
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Quick Tip: Add a slice of pineapple to these sandwiches for a Hawaiian treat!