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This take on Mexican street corn (elote) confirms the theory that the best finger food usually lands in your lap a little.
Cocktails and finger foods like our Shrimp Toasts from 1979 ruled the day.
Surrounded by an open-air view of the LA skyline, the venue had two open bars, fake plants bent to resemble larger-than-life cats, and a sprawling table of finger foods.
Some streamline classics, such as turning falafel into finger food, shining a Mediterranean light on a layered dip, or giving a barbecue edge to a Cuban sandwich.
A few of Party City's most unique offerings this year include balloons that are shaped like field goals, mini-flags to complement finger foods and a top seller: the Infladium Snack Stadium — a huge cooler to hold game-day snacks.
But remember, thoughtfulness doesn't equate to going overboard — so instead of cooking up a feast, stick to finger foods like frosted cupcakes, pink meringues and delicious tea sandwiches.
Guests dined on a variety of casual finger foods from M&M Weddings and Catering, including a potato bar and chicken fingers.
Also, like corn on the cob, corn dogs and bananas, there’s no photogenic way to eat this finger food.
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FINGER FOOD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of finger food for English Language Learners
: a piece of food that is meant to be picked up with the fingers and eaten
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