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    Appetizers Galore!

    A wide assortment of goodies for your appetizer tray! Includes appies, canapes, hors d'oeuvres, dips, starters and more...
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    Serve Clams Casino Dip/Spread warm or at room temp with buttery crackers (such as Townhouse or Ritz) or a good bread as an appetizer or snack. Mmmm delicious...perfect for a Super Bowl Party, or anytime. Great make-ahead dish, the flavors develop after several hours in the fridge (Chef John recommends at least four hours in the fridge), but best tasting warm or at room temperature so take out of fridge an hour before serving. From Chef John at Food Wishes.

    Recipe #488577

    2 Reviews |  By BecR

    Super easy and tasty creamy garlic dip for fresh or grilled veggies, pita chips, french fries, seafood, grilled meats or whatever you want to dip. Recipe is easily increased, just be sure to use equal parts yogurt, sour cream and mayonnaise; you can adjust garlic and seasonings to your taste.

    Recipe #471535

    1 Reviews |  By BecR

    These are absolutely delicious deviled eggs! They are a favorite in our household. I like to make a few extra to have on hand for pre-party snacking. Be creative as you like with the toppings--we like paprika best, but some other toppings that we have enjoyed are baby shrimp, sliced black olives, snipped fresh herbs, or pickle relish. Enjoy!! Recipe is adapted from a church cookbook given to me as a young bride, over thirty years ago.

    Recipe #438225

    These deviled eggs are very sophisticated, with zingy flavors that go well with contemporary food. One of the most addictive deviled eggs you'll ever taste! The secret ingredient is honey. Great for picnics, and also with drinks before a meal or for cocktail hour. Adapted from The San Francisco Examiner. Bay Area culinary expert Niloufer Ichaporta King, "one of the best cooks on the planet" found it in a book published in Bombay in the 1940s, under the mysterious heading "Italian Eggs". Not a classic Parsi recipe. Tips: It is important to let the eggs season a bit for the best flavor. Two hours will do it, but overnight is better. You can play with the seasonings, using more butter, lime, and/or jalapeno, as you like. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #453435

    Definitely a requirement for the holiday appetizer tray! An old-school hors d'oeuvre that is worth the extra step of peeling the celery before stuffing it. If you would like an elegant party presentation, pipe the filling into the celery sticks and serve them on a platter of lettuce and crushed ice. Fabulous! Serves 4. Adapted from Saveur. Tip: You can make the filling a day ahead and refrigerate, then fill the next day.

    Recipe #456886

    Marinated mushrooms are great appetizers. Or, you can add them to salads, meats, and pasta dishes. Wonderful! This French version features the bright sunny flavors of Southwest France with a fruity olive oil, champagne vinegar, lemon, sea salt, fresh thyme and herbes de Provence. Store in a tightly sealed glass container in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks; serve chilled, warm, or at room temperature. Makes 1 pint.

    Recipe #456833

    These tasty marinated cheese and olives make a great appetizer to serve with crackers or a crusty baguette, or top a salad. And they're a quick-fix food item, perfect for gift giving: tie filled preserve jars with pretty plaid ribbon and attach a small serving fork, et voila! From Southern Livings 'Big Book of Christmas', November 2010. Tip: For best results, use a white vinegar dressing, not red.

    Recipe #466073

    4 Reviews |  By BecR

    My son-in-law makes this wonderful ceviche for us every Christmas and New Years, and for the 4th of July too! Everyone loves it! Serve the ceviche well-chilled in small plastic cups or chilled cocktail glasses (I suggest placing the bowl of ceviche within a larger bowl full of ice to keep it icy cold), along with tostadas chips or tortilla scoops and some chili sauce on the side. Very delicious and refreshing! Note: amounts are approximate-- feel free to adjust measurements to suit your own tastes. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #404999

    Classic elegant little Scandinavian appetizers, with a fusion accent! These can be made up in advance, then assembled before serving.

    Recipe #431301

    1 Reviews |  By BecR

    My favorite salmon spread! Great for buffets, potlucks, etc. Serve with crackers, bagels, or French bread rounds. (Note: Can be made using low or non-fat dairy products). Got this one from a former co-worker. Enjoy!

    Recipe #117817

    Nothing could be simpler than this family favorite dip! Tiny baby shrimp (from the can), equal parts of mayonnaise and sour cream (light is good), soy sauce and sugar. That's it! Great served with Ruffles potato chips (my favorite!), or with celery sticks or beef stick. From my sisters best friend, Kim. Note: Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #108453

    The Auld Alliance is a series of historic friendship treaties between Scotland and France, first signed in 1295, as well as a traditional cheese and whisky pâté. This is the ORIGINAL simple cheese cream recipe, straight from the historic Overscaig B&B in Sutherland. Delicious served as a cream pâté for the first course, or at the end of a meal as a savoury. From the book "A Feast of Scotland" by Janet Warren. Prep time includes chill time.

    Recipe #357814

    17 Reviews |  By BecR

    This tart is wonderful picnic, potluck or party food--it's great served warm, cold or at room temperature! Simple and very tasty, I often make this tart when fresh zucchini are in season. For ease of preparation, I've used a crescent roll crust, but you may use a regular shortcrust pastry if you wish. You will need a 9 or 10-inch tart tin with a removable bottom. P.S. If you don't have a tart or quiche pan, just use a 9 x 13-inch baking dish.

    Recipe #378799

    1 Reviews |  By BecR

    Summer on a platter! This salad is lovely in it's rustic simplicity. The tarragon adds a delicate anise note, different than the usual basil and tomato combination. Just add crusty chunks of bread to soak up the aromatic dressing, it's practically a meal in itself. Enjoy...

    Recipe #376972

    Fresh figs cut into 'blossoms' and filled with honey, yogurt and walnuts! Also see the Lemon Mascarpone and Pistachio variation, below. These fig blossoms make a grand appetizer, or ending to any meal. Food of the Gods and Goddesses!

    Recipe #384973

    This savory, honey-soaked goat-cheese spread is prepared with wildflower honey and garnished with dried lavender. Beautiful in its rustic simplicity! A lovely addition to the cheese board. Serve with flatbread crackers, or your favorite crackers. Adapted from Victoria Magazine.

    Recipe #434053

    Wonderful marinated fresh goat cheese appetizer, full of summery flavors! Serve with thick slices of toasted rustic bread, or in a salad. Enjoy!

    Recipe #456747

    These wonderful little cheese bites rolled in garden-fresh herbs make a lovely starter or snack, perfect for summertime entertaining or anytime! Couldn't be easier. Prep time includes chill time. P.S. Would also be good rolled in spices such as ground peppercorns, lavender seeds, chili powder, and lemon zest.

    Recipe #374884

    This Italian-style party cheese ball is an easy fix for last-minute entertaining! Roll the cheese in snipped herbs and cracked pepper for a treat with zing. An easy make-ahead appetizer. Serve with water crackers or baguette slices, and a nice bottle of Italian wine or sparkling Spumante! Cook time is chill time. From Better Homes and Gardens.

    Recipe #453716

    Here is my husband's favorite dip. Delicious! Serve in the traditional hollowed out sourdough round, or with assorted veggie/cracker dippers. (Note: allow extra time for chilling).

    Recipe #117818

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