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    A Christmas Appetizer Evening November 25, 2005

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    Have not tried this, but wanted to post it for the future. Cooking time is unknown and according to candy thermometer temperature. Sounds decadent!

    Recipe #101944

    Generally my response to non-chocolate candy is "what's the point?" This, however, has become my favorite Christmas candy! My daughter found it in one of those Pillsbury/Betty Crocker booklets they tempt you with at the checkout stands. Prep time does not include cooling time.

    Recipe #104767

    Boursin-style cheese can easily be made at home. Not just more economical, but fresher and tastier. Rub all the dried herbs used between your fingers before adding.

    Recipe #80675

    I found this recipe in the 2003 Taste of Home Annual Recipe Book. They are easy to make even for a novice like myself.

    Recipe #61562

    Yet another recipe for a dill dip. This one has a hint of garlic to it.

    Recipe #99079

    The lady who catered my daughters wedding gave me this recipe, it is by far the best fruit dip ever.

    Recipe #31273

    Fleisch perisky are traditionally served warm as a accompaniment for borscht, but they also make an exceptional appetizer or snack. A Mennonite lady in Winnipeg taught me how to make these. At Christmas they are very popular. Not many cooks make these, so if you are one that enjoys making them, you can have many customers. I have made over 300 DOZEN just before Christmas. If you have leftover dough, you can make zweibach or plain buns. These freeze well.

    Recipe #79813

    Guests will be surprised to find that these appetizers, studded with nuts and bejeweled with pepper jelly are not to be saved for dessert. This is one cookie recipe that should certainly be paired with cocktails.

    Recipe #103957

    13 Reviews |  By Tish

    I was looking for make ahead appetizer for the holidays and found this one. It's hard enough during those times to get the "meal" on the table. I thought I'd make it a bit easier on the appetizers!

    Recipe #103967

    Easy warm dip for chips makes a nice change from the usual.

    Recipe #81400


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