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    Cashews, pecans and almonds - Oh my :) A yummy snack mix. Adapted from Taste of Home.

    Recipe #282775

    2 Reviews |  By Jen T

    I was busy making what I thought was a garlic butter to spread on my french bread when I thought I'd better taste it to see if it needed more garlic. Well, I thought it did, so I kept adding more and more......til I saw that the jar I was using was actually ginger LOL......I then grabbed the right jar and added in the garlic & herbs & after tasting decided it was ok :) At the time I was making a large amount for a crowd but have scaled it back to post. Use more or less of the ginger & garlic to suit your taste. One advantage I did find was that as so often happens with garlic bread this didn't 'repeat' on me :) I now use this all the time and the family all ask for "that 'mistake' garlic bread" LOL :)

    Recipe #239724

    1 Reviews |  By RonaNZ

    These tasty little appetizers are perfect for anything from a treat at home to elegant party nibbles. It will always be Jenny W.'s recipe to me, a lovely woman I worked with when I first came to New Zealand. She used to make them for morning tea, something I had never experienced before - a tea break where you actually talk to your workmates and share food. Brilliant idea! She shared this recipe with me and I've passed it on several times. It's always a hit. So Jenny W., if you see this and recognise your recipe, get in touch with me.

    Recipe #257346

    11 Reviews |  By Tisme

    I was looking for something a little different for lunch box snacks and came across this recipe in a magazine a few years ago. They can be served hot or cold and keep for up to 3 days in the fridge. DD loves to take these to school or as a snack to microwave at dancing. Sometime's I pop a cherry tomato in, or chopped spring onions or cheese on top which is also nice. The options are endless!!! Another idea a friend had, was to use minature muffin pans and she made these for appetiser's at her party !!!

    Recipe #230784

    Okay, go out and buy some puff pastry sheets! Then go back to your kitchen, and make these! You won't be sorry!

    Recipe #160424

    1 Reviews |  By Ninna

    I found this recipe in a magazine in a doctor's waiting room and because we love the flavour of the Middle Eastern Spice Sumac I copied the recipe onto a scrap of paper. Pita bread or any flat bread can be used if lavash bread is not available. This is just so easy but so great.

    Recipe #217131

    2 Reviews |  By Sussan

    A fun, all-Aussie appetizer from The Essential Finger Food Cookbook; little meat pies - traditional or uncovered - made from ready rolled shortcrust pastry baked in patty tins.

    Recipe #203575

    This is from the Australian Women's Weekly. An Australian cup is 250ml and a tablespoon is 20ml. Preparation time includes time in the fridge.

    Recipe #203590

    I first used this recipe as an entree for two on Valentines Day. It was given to me by a family friend. You can also use a pack of 6 or 12 mini vol-au-vents as appetizers. Since then I have made them again and I didn't have tarragon so I used sage. So I think you can put your favourite spice instead of the tarragon as the sage worked well. I didn't have cream so I used cream cheese. I had a question regarding vol-au-vent cases and after researching on many web pages and even posting a question in the forum. I found out that vol-au-vent cases are the same thing as puff pastry shells. So if you are using puff pastry shells please follow the instructions on the pack. As in Australia the vol-au-vent cases come on the shelf (pre-cooked, ready to use) not the freezer.

    Recipe #184228

    1 Reviews |  By Jen T

    Have been making these for years....they go well with a mug of soup too. If you don't have any fish available you can add a little tasty cheese to the potato mixture instead.

    Recipe #128770

    These melt-in-your-mouth puffs will become a favorite, so light and cheesy, I aways make lots of these, but no matter how many I make, it's just never enough, they go so fast. (note: plan ahead, these puffs need to chill overnight)

    Recipe #77347

    This is such a wonderful latenight snack, or anytime snack....takes no time at all to make, and tastes so yummy.

    Recipe #78001

    This is the Runner-Up recipe for 1991 in the San Francisco Chronicle, by Flo Braker.

    Recipe #189370

    This recipe comes from my church cookbook dated 1968 and was submitted by a very dear friend. Prep time is approximate and does not include refrigeration time. ENJOY.. :)

    Recipe #191594

    4 Reviews |  By AMD918

    Oniony, cheesy appetizers--always a big hit!

    Recipe #117406

    These can be made up to 5 days in advance. Store in an airtight container with wax paper in between layers. They will brighten up any cocktail party or appetizer table! You will need 3 in. and 2 in. star cookie cutters.

    Recipe #197474

    10 Reviews |  By Bergy

    Watch the delightful surprised look on your guests faces when they bite into one of these. They are so refreshing with the cold grape, cheese and nuts MMMMmm. A reviewer suggested finely chopped ginger added in and I think that sounds wonderful.

    Recipe #14663

    Great to serve at parties as a make-ahead hot finger food!

    Recipe #193357

    This was a real hit at a Christmas Party I went to last year. Not only was the idea original and the presentation artistic, but everyone loved it! They are served in a large way- oversized novelty martini glass. They are absolutely delicious and reminded me of a bite of Bloody Mary

    Recipe #130464

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