finger buffet

finger buffet

(ˈbʊfeɪ)
n
(Cookery) 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
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Tickets cost PS10 each and include a glass of fizz on arrival, a finger buffet and a bingo ticket.
We could have listened for hours but eventually we let Jean finish so that guests and members could have a chat over a cup of tea and a delicious finger buffet.
Tickets for the evening priced PS3 adults and PS2 concessions, which will also features a finger buffet, are available from the club reception by phoning 01786 834397.
Hot or cold buffets usually involve dishware and utensils, but a finger buffet is an array of foods that are designed to be small and easily consumed by hand alone, such as cupcakes, slices of pizza, foods on cocktail sticks, small chops etc.
The winners were announced at a packed ceremony at SEK in the centre of Paphos; there were gifts and sweets for the children and a finger buffet and drinks for nominees and their guests.
After a finger buffet, Hannah Blythyn AM brought the event up to date, talking about how she came to be involved in politics, and her life as a Minister in the Welsh Assembly.
Do you want a finger buffet or sausage rolls or even a sit-down meal?
VIP Gold tickets are PS49.50 and include front of house seating, a professional photo with Bruno, a finger buffet, waitress service, a question during the Q&A and one item you bring signed by Bruno.
A finger buffet and welcome drink for around PS100 could be arranged at a cost of PS1,300.
Food and drinks will be available at the finger buffet and drinks reception.
Camp hairdresser Kenneth (the hilarious Tony Maudsley) quipped he was having as much fun as 'on OAPs' vajazzle Fridays' - and don't get me started on his gag about the Middlesbrough Swingers Association's annual finger buffet.