Nikki's Tiny Foods birthday potluck (6 weeks after the fact!)

I love gatherings built around food. I love potlucks. I love themed dinners. When my friend Nikki decided that her birthday party would also be a tiny foods potluck, I was instantly excited! There was a good combination of foods that were made in small version and foods that could be taken in small servings. It was nice to be able to fill up our little plates and wander around the kitchen and dining room, building tasting plate after tasting plate. Everything was good!

Here's my contribution: Pork and vegetarian lumpia with duck sauce. You can fold your lumpia from corner to corner or from end to end. If I have a vegetarian filling, I fold corner to corner and tell diners to look for the "v" of the outside corner--v for vegetarian!
Nikki's Tiny Foods bday party



Nikki's chorizo balls
Nikki's Tiny Foods bday party

Chicken satay
Nikki's Tiny Foods bday party

Nikki's Brooklyn cheese puffs
Nikki's Tiny Foods bday party

Sarah's peanut butter chocolate rice krispie squares
Nikki's Tiny Foods bday party

Wendy's vegetarian pigs in a blanket
Nikki's Tiny Foods bday party

Patrick's cherry cheesecakes and Oreo cheesecakes
Nikki's Tiny Foods bday party

I forgot the name of the guy who brought this: "Pickled shrimp"--a Martha Stewart recipe
Nikki's Tiny Foods bday party

Nikki's bday cake
Nikki's Tiny Foods bday party

Comments

Marvin said…
Excellent tip with the V in the wrapper! I usually only make meat versions and always roll corner to corner, but if I ever do veggie lumpia and meat lumpia, I'll be sure to do the V for veggie!
Julie said…
I was taught to roll flat to flat, so the V to V thing baffled me for awhile until I figured out it was a personal preference. I sometimes want to figure ways out to origami the wrapper around the filling . . . like . . . a lumpia swan!

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