From back to front: Ginger Dip, Christmas Sparkler, Tiny Chicken Quiches, Smoked Oysters in Cherry Tomatoes, and Corn and Nut Crumbles. Scanned from Better Homes and Gardens Treasury of Christmas Crafts and Foods, 1980.
The problem I have with all vintage holiday food books is that, while the recipes often sound delicious and I usually love the presentation of them, I can never eat them due to my allergies. I can't eat pretty much anything on this table, but I love the colours and style of the buffet.
Labels: 1980s, Better Homes and Gardens Treasury of Christmas Crafts and Foods, christmas, food