A chilled seafood buffet is a delicious and colorful option for your holiday entertaining and much easier than attempting to keep food warm with open house entertaining, you can set the buffet and mingle with your guests. Be sure to keep all of your seafood iced and chilled on your buffet. Bubbles go well with seafood so think about serving a Blanc de Blancs sparkling wine along with your seafood spread.

Lobster claws and King Crab legs served with a Seafood Mustard Sauce serve well as the main course, the lobster claws are pre-scored making them easy to open. Have plenty of seafood crackers and small forks on hand to get every last bite out of the legs and claws.

claws and legs

Oysters on the half shell are always called for at festive occasions! Don’t forget the lemons and Frank’s Red Hot Sauce.


Shrimp and cocktail sauce.

fresh shrimp

Or…shrimp shooters

shrimp shoots

Serve with our Festival fresh cocktail sauce that has a little “bite” and perfect accompaniment to the shrimp.

A Chilled Shrimp Salad dressed with olive oil and refreshing herbs, hearts of palm, olives and cherry tomatoes is another delightful dish for your buffet.


Smoked salmon is delightful on a holiday buffet, serve with dill sauce.

Smoked salmon

Every holiday table must have a special dessert(s)! A Bailey’s Irish Cream Torte is a wondrous, delicious dessert to serve your guests, it has three layers of chocolate devil’s food cake with two layers of Bailey’s mousse garnished with Bailey’s mousse and chocolate shavings just click and place your order here.

“A party without cake is just a meeting”

Julia Child


Another awesome dessert to make that holiday table just right is a Fresh Fruit Cheesecake made with a graham cracker crust,light fluffy cheesecake, garnished with glazed fresh fruit. and you can order on line too!

Fresh Fruit cheesecake

Whatever you serve during the holidays, celebrate with great food and enjoy yourself!

Explore. Cook. Create.

Share this post...Tweet about this on Twitter
Share on Facebook
Pin on Pinterest
This entry was posted in Holidays, Seafood, Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.