Thursday, September 10, 2009

Foodie Friday


Here's an oldie, low-carb finger sandwiches, made with Duke's mayonnaise (0 carbs) and low-carb bread. They're easy as 1-2-3. All you need are cookie cutters, parsley, tomatoes, cucumbers, mayo and bread. Talk about guilt free, and good!

Mr. Linky is ready for your Foodie Friday contribution. Happy cooking!

34 comments:

  1. Those look yummy. Just a great added bonus that they are low-carb. I have a hard time finding low-carb bread anymore :(

    Christi

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  2. These look so tasty and pretty as well! Thanks for sharing and Thanks for hosting this fun event!

    Hope Mister is improving! We have a Yorkie, too! They are so pitiful when they are sick!

    ~Rhonda :)

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  3. Gollum, those really do look good. I might just have to try them at our antique club (though I think we've decided to take the lazy way out and get the caterer to do some). But oh, how tempted I am to do these! They are cute and fun, and I know they're good, too. Duke's is my favorite mayonaise because it doesn't have those nasty preservatives. Thanks for the encouragment, ingredients, and photo.

    Happy FF!

    XO,

    Sheila :-)

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  4. What a pretty tray!

    Thanks for hosting. Blessings.

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  5. It's amazing what one can find when we open our minds to new things. The other day I was looking for low carb bread because we all like break but not the effects of eating too much of it. Many of them are very tasty and go perfect with any sandwich.

    I love these, such a great presentation.

    OK must go update my blog with my foodie friday :-)

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  6. They look very good, Michael.

    I love your banner!!!

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  7. I remember when you posted these before, Michael. They look so good! I'm going to have to try them.

    I hope Mister and his Grandma are doing well.

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  8. We are serving cucumber and tomato sandwiches for a baby shower soon--Hope I can make them this pretty. I have looked everywhere for Dukes. I thought it was a southern mayo--not around here!

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  9. How beautiful! We made chess squares at the blog plantation!

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  10. Evening, Dear Gollum! I remember this post! I drooled then and I'm drooling now! :)
    I have meant to tell you every time I come by - I love your header with that precious little Mister there!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia :)

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  11. Those are so cute! It is nice to know they are low cal too, unlike my post today--Julia(start with butter)Child dinner. Thanks for making Foodie Friday happen each week!

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  12. Mary@Boogirboard CottageSeptember 11, 2009 at 12:20 AM

    I love your idea with the tea sandwiches, so easy, healthy and frugal, but also pretty. :O)

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  13. The dining room looks lovely, the sandwiches look cool and yummy! I made your seet potato chips again-mmmmmmmmm!
    ~Nancy

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  14. Mister is lots better. My mother continues to improve. She even went to Goodwill and Big Lots! Thanks so much for asking about them. Looks like plenty of great food this Friday. I'm making a grocery list.

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  15. Oh Mister has stolen my heart! He is just so scrumptious and handsome in his costume... Irresistible!

    Love the finger sandwiches, too-- great idea, especially the low carb part!
    Cass

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  16. Bonjour Michael Lee,
    I have never come across Dukes mayo will certainly look out for it on my next visit Stateside.
    Glad to hear the family are all improving.
    Thanks for hosting such a great gathering, I really enjoy the variety of new things to try.
    a bientot
    Maggie @ Normandy Life

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  17. The sandwiches look sweet. Shaped sandwiches are always a good edition to children’s parties. They can be simple as can be but the shape gives them a little extra panache. I love you Halloween banner cutie with the accompanying collage; it is making me think of getting my decorations out already. Have a lovely weekend :)

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  18. Those look really good, I'm going to have to try them out!

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  19. * This is TOOOOO DARLING, GG!!! The umbrella reeeeally got me~ SO CUTE!!! (And from the way you describe it, something maybe EVEN "I" can produce for company!!!

    Glad EVERYONE'S doing better!!!

    XOXOXO,
    Linda *

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  20. The creativity never ends here - I love seeing all of your ideas and how you design food. I don't seem to have the house decorating creativity. I need some help there.

    I started a foodie blog carnival - Slightly Indulgent Mondays: fabulous food made a little healthier. Everyone is welcome to join in the fun!!

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  21. Fun little sandwichs for a tea party. I'll remember these!

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  22. I just add my recipe for Pizza with Alfredo sauce, but I forgot to put the title of my recipe in. Whoops!

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  23. These look and sound very, very good. Were I an envious person, I could be quite jealous of your skill with a camera. I hope all is well with Mister and that you are having a terrific day.

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  24. I'm so happy to make my return to blogging with Foodie Friday....
    I remember these beautiful appetizers. I really like a dish that pleases the eye too.
    How I wished we had a Publix in the PNW! I will have to keep my eye out for Dukes mayo.
    Your low-card recipes were truly inspiring for creating many summer recipes that I hope to share in future FF's.

    Sweet wishes,
    Sara

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  25. Those look delectable Michael ~ I love the pretty, pretty presentation.

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  26. Those are just beautiful! I needed a new guilt-free and healthy snack, so thank you! I think that even the teens would just wolf these down.

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  27. Sorry I am late, busy week getting the kids back to school. I did a cookbook review and hope you'll stop by. Love your entertaining ideas and the photos of the halloween-pup.

    http://momtrends.blogspot.com/2009/09/friday-feasts-cookbook-review.html

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  28. Those look really good.

    The Raggedy Girl

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  29. girl, everything you do is so pretty! I saw your bedroom in a newsletter I get from BHG....or was it country living...anyways...I saw you featured there...did a little cheer for you.
    Think of you lots...pop in here and there...hope you are doing well and that Mister is feeling 100%

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  30. Hi there.. I love your blog and follow it. I have passed on the honest scrap award to you since I really enjoy your designs, ideas and recipes! If you would like to participate, you can grab everything at my blog, onecocobean.blogspot.com
    Thanks!

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  31. Thanks Gollum for joining me for my flashback. Glad you enjoyed the tour of the mansion. Now don't you need a summer place? :-) Imagine the tales you could create there....

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  32. really liked the decoration of the plate. fantastic.

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There you are! I'm so glad you're here. Love, MLee xxoo

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