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Canapés are made by cutting bread in slices one-fourth inch thick, and cutting slices in strips four inches long by one and one-half inches wide, or in circular pieces. Then bread is toasted, fried in deep fat, or buttered and browned in the oven, and covered with a seasoned mixture of eggs, cheese, fish, or meat, separately or in combination. Canapes are served hot or cold, and used in place of oysters at a dinner or luncheon. At a gentlemen's dinner they are served with a glass of sherry before entering the dining-room.


The Boston Cooking-School Cook Book (1896).


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