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    My great-grandmother always made this spread around the holidays. My family loves it served on buttery Club crackers!

    Recipe #240185

    The delicious Middle Eastern/Mediterranean dip of goodness! My favorite way to eat this is to tear off a chunk of Greek pita, scoop up a heaping helping of hummus & savour, however, many use it as a versatile spread.

    Recipe #197572

    Unlike guacamole, everything is hand-chopped. I use it as a salsa for arepas, a chopped salad with meals, a chunky dip for corn chips.

    Recipe #144224

    If you haven't tried turkey pastrami, you are missing out! I guarantee you will love this appetizer, super easy to make too! It is filled with a flavorful cream cheese... sooooo delicious and just the right size to pop into your mouth and enjoy a very gourmet appetizer, try it and see!!!! Adapted from Fine Dining.

    Recipe #148011

    I love the convenience of this one! It's quick and inexpensive, I can add or omit ingredients (depending on the contents of my fridge), and it's sure to please!

    Recipe #219021

    4 Reviews |  By Bambi2

    This is my Turkish mother in law's recipe. It can be made in advance and kept in the fridge prior to serving.

    Recipe #219029

    Eat fresh while keeping the kitchen a cool zone!

    Recipe #219055

    You can use any size round of brie--just adjust the ingredients to fit the round. I use my trusty toaster oven to cook the brie.

    Recipe #219160

    I usually make hummus quickly, in my food processor. One day I felt like fussing a little and tried this recipe that I found in a 2005 Sunset Magazine. We really like the added flavor of the roasted garlic.

    Recipe #173023

    4 Reviews |  By dojemi

    This is always on our holiday table, or requested when we're invited out. Servings are hard to determine because there is so much to eat during our holiday dinners.

    Recipe #102688

    Recipe #24670

    From the February 2005 issue of Southern Living. Posted in response to a request. Cooking time is chilling time.

    Recipe #111908

    This is from TOH. These will look so pretty on my Xmas cookie tray. Prep time does not include 3+ hours refrigeration time.

    Recipe #192923

    6 Reviews |  By Calee

    A festive pound cake with eggnog, your choice of currants, raisins or my favorite dried cranberries, with an orange, rum glaze

    Recipe #193406

    I like to cook up a package of chicken tenders and add them to this salad for a light supper. Very easy to adapt to your tastes -- take out the veggies you don't like and add the ones you do like. Cook time is chilling time in the fridge.

    Recipe #193409

    These puppies have tons of chocolate chips in them, so you are sure to get a little chocolae with evey bite.

    Recipe #193413

    Recipe #193069

    These are great little desserts to have on the holiday dessert table. Instead of making a bunch of pies, I'll whip up these and everyone can have a lil bit of everything. Tasty pecan pie or pumpkin pie. Great presentation.

    Recipe #193100

    This is great either as sandwich filling or used as an appetizer to stuff plum tomatoes or pastry puffs etc...Serving depend on whether you are serving as an appetizer or as a sandwich filling.

    Recipe #193132

    3 Reviews |  By VickyJ

    Great for gift-giving or just as a quick-n-easy treat!

    Recipe #144046

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