nothing says "fancy" like food arranged in a stack:
(not that this is the best example, but it sure gussies up a fake chicken patty.) you can even call it a napoleon, if you'd like. according to dictionary.com, that wouldn't be exactly correct, but you're the chef. the food's whatever you call it.
for example, this morning we had "whole wheat maple crumbles" for breakfast. unfortunately, they were supposed to be pancakes. tip for bloomingtonians: if you buy flour from the woman at the farmer's market, get the "pastry flour." the "bread flour" is more like meal and won't work for things like...pancakes. yes, kelley learns these things the hard way and then reports them to you. no need for thanks.