Ham spiral-sliced for a buffet. Photo courtesy
If you typically have a sit-down Easter dinner, think about having a buffet this year.
Setting everything out at once and letting people serve themselves gives you more time to spend with your guests. It also enables you to accommodate more guests than your dining table allows–and it’s better for mingling.
You can place the food on a sideboard and seat guests at the dining table, or set the food on the dining table and let guests gather around the sofa or wherever they want to group and talk.
If you have outdoor space and the weather cooperates, some people may enjoy dining alfresco.
Related Food Videos: For more food videos, check out The Nibble's Food Video Collection.