Finger buffet

a buffet meal at which food that may be picked up with the fingers (finger food), such as canapés or vol-au-vents, is served

a whole series of small food items served as a light meal to be eaten with the fingers

Sausage rolls are often the most substantial items in a finger buffet.
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British cooking


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