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    Superbowl Sunday Showdown! (Football Party)

    A Collection of Appetizers to keep the men happy... even if their team loses (lol!)
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    This is one of my forgotten recipes that I just recalled when looking for appetizer recipes. These make great bite-size snacks or appetizers. Recipe can easily be cut in half.

    Recipe #274843

    You have to try these at least once. They are absolutely delicious... dip them in a little ranch dressing and you'll be addicted! Use your favorite cucumber pickles (I've only tried Dills, but Sweets might be good too!)

    Recipe #274516

    This dip has saved me on more than one occasion. I always have these ingredients around and you can throw it together in a flash. Especially good with "Triscuts".

    Recipe #261260

    These are so yummy and so amazingly easy to prepare. They are very similar to those delicious Greek Spinach and Feta pies. They are always a hit at my parties!

    Recipe #230973

    Oh so simple - with a wonderful flavor of the onion and pork - just like I remember as a child

    Recipe #228159

    This recipe came from last minute crazyness. I needed an appetizer so I just started throwing items together. I have made this numerous times and always get the same remarks.... Wow this is the best BLT Dip I have ever had.

    Recipe #227919

    This is a spicy great fried treat which will bring your mouth to the Heart of Texas. Combine your Grandmothers Thanksgiving Dressing with Texas Spices and then deep fry them to create a spicy ball with a dry crust exterior and a warm moist interior.

    Recipe #213717

    a 2004 Pillsbury Bake-Off winner

    Recipe #203515

    Growing up in a family of race fans, watching the Daytona 500 on TV was something we always looked forward to. Mom always made these wings to snack on during the race. Once upon a time these were called Wing Dings, but somewhere along the way they were renamed Daytona Wings.

    Recipe #198962

    I got this recipe off of "Everyday Italian" with Giada De Laurentiis. TALK about GOOD!! I made it for my husband (who is a ONLY meat and potatoes kind of guy) and he flipped! It's even better than cheese sticks...and who can top that?

    Recipe #161680

    I have made these many times in the past for my parties and there is never any left everyone loves these and I always get asked for the recipe! If you are serving this for a get together I suggest to double the recipe to make 40 wings --- plan ahead the wings have to marinate for 24 hours, frozen thawed wings retain more moisture it is best to use fresh chicken for this --- make certain to have lots of napkins when you serve these!

    Recipe #157270

    In these politically correct times, this recipe should, I suppose, come with a warning to the mothers of little boys: that it may cause offence. In Australia, cocktail frankfurts have - from time immemorial - been called "little boys". In this simple, super-quick recipe, the little boys are wrapped in bacon, and then microwaved. Then do with them what you will! Use them as the basic ingredient in an upmarket hot-dog, with whatever additional ingredients - salads, cheeses, salsas, sauces - take your fancy, or serve them unadorned as coctail frankfurts - as an appetiser. This version of this rather old-fashioned recipe - popular in the seventies and eighties - is made in the microwave. For the best results, use skinless frankfurts. For Australians, use Don's skinless frankfurts. To the best of my knowledge, there is no equivalent recipe for Bacon-Wrapped Little Girls! This recipe has been adapted from one in Australian chef Margaret Fulton's book 'Microwave Cooking'.

    Recipe #142694

    These are a nice appetizer or a handy snack. My kids love them.

    Recipe #136973

    Yummy!! This is something a little different and very tasty! Next time I'm planning on Making a HUGE batch, frying them and flash freezing them on cookie sheets so my husband and kids can heat them up when they want too, or so I have a ready made appetizer for unexpected guests!!

    Recipe #133030

    13 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    Quick dip that is full of flavor--tangy, sweet, and a bit spicy. I especially love it with pretzels, but it is actually quite versatile and it also good as a sauce on pork or chicken. The recipe was published in a local newspaper several years ago.

    Recipe #131582

    So simple it's weird and so weird it works! Yummy, fast and lots of fun! My friends said - 'This isnt a recipe - it's an adventure!' World Tour SW

    Recipe #129905

    Such a cute kid friendly recipe. This was sent to me via e-mail. They make great lunches for little ones; appetizers for children; and, of course, for kid parties.

    Recipe #116740

    This savory little morsel was one of the appetizers featured when Food Network chefs catered a wedding. (Rachael Ray's offering).

    Recipe #114852

    The most fiendishly addictive snack mix I've ever had! You can pump up the red pepper if you like; I like it just like this, however. And, you can "mix up" the nuts a bit, but I like those salty Spanish peanuts and some almonds, perhaps even Smokehouse almonds. Make a big batch for your next party; you can't stop eating it!

    Recipe #109764

    Very popular finger food in Australia, expensive to buy, but so simple to make!

    Recipe #105651

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