How to make it

  • Trim crusts from bread.
  • Place three slices of bread side by side on serving platter, spread with butter.
  • Spread with half the tuna filling.
  • Spread another three slices with butter; place buttered sides down on tuna filling.
  • Spread tops of bread with butter and then cover with half the deviled ham filling.
  • Spread another three slices of bread with butter' place butter side down on ham filling.
  • Cover with half of the chicken filling.
  • Repeat with three more layers of bread and remaining fillings.
  • Butter last three slices of bread and place buttered sides down to form top of loaf.
  • Blend cream cheese and sour cream.
  • Frost sides and tops of sandwich cake with piping tubes.
  • Pipe on fluting.
  • Garnish with tomato roses, radish roses, carrot curls, green onion fans, or make roses and flowers with cream cheese mixture with cake decorating tubes.
  • Chill until serving time.

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  • melissaburger 11 years ago
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    " It was excellent "
    rosemaryblue ate it and said...
    Great memories here also! Thanks for the special reminder! Love it.
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    " It was excellent "
    krumkake ate it and said...
    Oh how I remember these from all the luncheons and showers and weddings my mother, aunts and grandmas hosted back in the 60's and '70s! My mother and her sister made these for our wedding reception - back in the day when a wedding reception was held in the church basement with homemade "finger sandwiches" like these, pasta salads, some homemade pastel colored mints, bowls of salted cashews, a big bowl filled with non-alcoholic punch (usually something red!), and a delicious wedding cake made by some friend with a "special talent" for decorating cakes! It was some dang good eatin', and then we all went back to homes and partied up a storm. Small towns...great memories...thanks for the flashback, notcho.
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