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The dinner menu opens with a few two-buck canapes, the sort of thing some restaurants deliver gratis as an amuse-bouche.
The wedding featured Scottish touches (bagpipes and haggis canapes) because Matthews' middle-class-but-rich family bought in 2008 a 10,000-acre Highlands estate near Loch Ness, complete with castle and a Scottish courtesy title.
Mix the remaining 1/4 cup bread crumbs and 1 tablespoon parmesan cheese and sprinkle the canapes evenly with the mixture.
After sunset Champagne and canapes, a four-course dinner comes with premium Australian wines before a local storyteller shares tales of local indigenous culture around a campfire under the Southern Desert sky.
The menu included appetizers (Chinese 5 spice meatballs in plum sauce, tomato Parmesan canape, bacon and cheese gougères, to name a few), two courses and dessert, as prepared by John Newton, the school’s culinary arts instructor, and his students.
Leaving guests standing around at the end of a long day nursing cocktails and nibbling on liliputian canapes (however delicious) only leaves them famished and restless.
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CANAPÉ Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of canapé for English Language Learners
: a small piece of bread or a cracker that has cheese, meat, fish, etc., on top of it and that is often served at a party
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