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I frequently have guests over for extended (3-4 hour) boating "parties". Anyone have any suggestions for boat friendly recipes for heavy hors d'oeuvres I could take along? Thanks so much for your help!
I like fruit and a variety of cheeses (kids like this too) I use grapes and stilton, smoked cheddar and a "flavored soft" cheese. If in a pinch we use a purchased cheeseball and summer sausage
I also make pasta salads (chicken) or purchased from deli.
We smoke chickens (and pull them) and alsohome-smoked salmon with capers, onions, sour cream and samll rye bread rounds
sandwiches (bagel breads and pitas make it different from weekday lunches)
we aslo start off the season with a small bottle of champagne
We also use this as an opportunity to clean out the pantry and take every open basg of chips and crackers!
small cooler... Burger: I do this all of the time. Cook them medium well and put them at the bottom w/ wrap.
Put the buns and condiments on top with a variety pack of plastc ware.
On very top you can buy anywhere a slab of carry around ice. Tip If too large for the cooler let it unfreeze some....Actually you can transform them to fit like silly putty.