I usually make some hors d'oeuvres for thanksgiving, and although I have a "go to" couple of ideas, I figured if there ever was a crowd that had tons of experience in what are the knock-you-dead hors d'oeuvres, this is it.
Some of the things in the past that I've made include lobster salad in cucumber cups, hash brown birds-nests stuffed with "loaded baked potato fixings (sour cream, chives, bacon, chedder), and one of the most popular was just really good meat and cheese rolled. I posted about trying to come up with a spread to make those into little open faced sandwiches, but what have you all done that were huge hits?
I'd prefer something that can be made ahead and kept refrigerated, or has some staying power. I thought about something vege related, maybe something stacked, like thin sliced english cucumber, radish, cheese, with spinach cream cheese and an olive? Thanks for anyone that has suggestions, I've got a couple days left