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    Rich and attractive for any party....not just Christmas.

    Recipe #15606

    This is so very good that one bite leads to 4 and 4 to 8. Dead easy too a few mins with the processor and 4 hrs of chill time, thats it!

    Recipe #185548

    106 Reviews |  By Kimke

    From The Barefoot Contessa Cookbook. This is great for parties. We have really enjoyed this recipe. Great with chips or veggies!

    Recipe #57872

    A yummy and decadent appitizer! Easy to make and quick to go. A gourmet twist on pinwheels.

    Recipe #434165

    A simple, fresh-tasting appetizer. If a whole bulb sounds like a lot of garlic, don't forget that when it is roasted whole, the flesh turns sweet and mellow, with a gorgeous thick consistency. For the crudites, try whole cherry tomatoes, asparagus and batons of cucumber, celery and zucchini, as well as the ideas listed below.

    Recipe #246671

    I love the lemon olives I can buy at Central Market in Shoreline, just north of Seattle. This recipe from Fine Cooking, #55 has more flavors involved but looks quite similar. Use oil- or brine-packed olives. (The lemons are for zest only, so after zesting, juice the lemons and save the juice for another use.)

    Recipe #228812

    I made this Spinach Dip Supreme several times over the Holiday season and it was a big hit every time, so I thought I would share the recipe. This spinach dip is best if you make it the night before and let it chill in the fridge until you are ready to serve it. Enjoy!

    Recipe #51090

    Wonderful with all sorts of meats. If it's summer, and the tomatoes are truly good, I could make a meal out of just this, some bread and wine. This also works great as an appetizer.

    Recipe #82033

    Printed in The Oregonian newspaper, April 05, 2005.

    Recipe #115478

    Recipe from Ryland, Peters, and Small's Tapas Cookbook. These olives need to marinate at room temperature for 6 days prior to serving, so plan ahead. They make a wonderful appetizer for any party and are perfect gifts around the holidays (put them in pretty square glass jars that you find at craft stores)!

    Recipe #321381

    Found in a grocery store flyer, posted here for safe keeping. Haven't tried yet. Looks yummy!

    Recipe #269207

    Great on pasta, yummy on bread, good with spinach...I love this stuff.

    Recipe #395615

    4 Reviews |  By Bev

    If you like mustard and horseradish, you will like this dip.

    Recipe #60096

    I made this as an appetizer for Thanksgiving this year. I found it on a publication from a local grocer. You can easily substitute regular cheddar cheese for the white.

    Recipe #117880

    I love pickled anything and I found this on the Williams-Sonoma site. I haven't yet tried it, but the picture had me craving it.

    Recipe #308764

    Not your typical sweet truffle.

    Recipe #309269

    These fruit confections are easy to make and great to give as tasty treats for the holidays. Often sugarplums are not made with plums at all. You can use them but in this recipe it calls for gold and red colors which is great for the holiday presentation. I saw this on my morning news and loved it.

    Recipe #200977

    This will be a popular item in any Holiday Banquet. I got this from Warren Kramer.

    Recipe #272694

    Another recipe from Jean B. in Moorland. She brought it to my SIL when they had a wine tasting party this past Dec 07.

    Recipe #277935

    Recipe #109670

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