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    1 Reviews |  By twissis

    This dish from *French Bistro and Cafe Cooking* by Pierre-Yves Chupin would likely win most versatility contests. IMO it will work very well as 1) Breakfast/Brunch fare, 2) A lunch or dinner entree for 4 or even 3) A starter course for 6-8. *Now that is versatile* ! Take your pick of these options, but give it a try & *Enjoy* .

    Recipe #255996

    18 Reviews |  By loof

    Great as a side dish or an appetizer.

    Recipe #261407

    Another good tapas that can be prepared in advance of the party. From the diabetic website good eating good living. com.

    Recipe #318891

    Mom would make tapenade occasionally back in the days when she had to patiently diced everything by hand. Lucky me, I have a food processor!Although there are many tapenade recipes on the site, I decided to go ahead and post this since the 20 or so I read all had either capers, anchovies or lemon juice which this one doesn't. It's also yet another great way to use up the basil from your garden. My husband and I were served this fabulous spread at a wonderful little Italian restaurant in Hot Springs, Arkansas called "Bella Arte" where we ate twice in 4 days during a trip there November 2001. We asked the waiter for the recipe which is something we've never done before or since. He wrote down the ingredients (the little piece of paper is still taped to the inside of one of my kitchen cabinet doors), but didn't know the amounts which he said was up to the preparer. He also made it a point to say don't underestimate the importance of the roasted red peppers and using only fresh herbs. The amounts I've listed are all approximate-you can easily adjust to your liking(and I know you will!) taste and texture-wise. Mine never comes out quite the same twice, but we always love it and I serve it often when I have a group at the house. Note-unless you like food really salty don't add any to this recipe. There is plenty in the canned olives and the parmesan cheese. Process/pulse all the ingredients then add the olives(or at least 1 can) last if you want them to be chunkier and more rustic. Otherwise, the food processor will turn this into a fairly smooth paste pronto. Serve with salt-free bagel-type chips.

    Recipe #320704

    So easy and super delicious! Always goes quick at events! Very easily doubled.

    Recipe #266962

    Try this as a dip and sauce for chicken, fish, vegetables, and whole wheat pasta.

    Recipe #230406

    This is a favorite when we have family gatherings. The grandkids seem to really like the choices in dips and they aren't hot like buffalo wings. From Betty Crocker Easy Get-Togethers.

    Recipe #319813

    This is a tangy twist on traditional hummus. Once you see how easy it is to make at home, you'll never break the bank by getting store bought again! Cook time is refrigeration time (if you can wait that long!)

    Recipe #296929

    A touch of Caribbean jerk seasonings and sweet mango bring. warmth to this lovely appetizer

    Recipe #254242

    Elegant and delicious! Serve on one dish to a crowd, or place on 8 individual plates for a dinner party. Cooking time is chilling time.

    Recipe #228127

    Another of my "I want to try recipes". This is from Taste of Home Magazine.

    Recipe #260910

    My mother-in-law recently served this at our baby shower. It was a tremendous hit! Delicious flavors meld together to create a rich and creamy indulgence. Serve with toasted baguette, crackers, veggies, or whatever else you please. This looks so pretty on a serving plate - your guests won't want to touch it. But they'll be glad when they do - delish! Note: cooking time is chill time.

    Recipe #284344

    (a/k/a cookies) Serve these with a selection of cheeses before or after dinner.

    Recipe #22794

    1 Reviews |  By mliss29

    I discovered this contest late at night on Saturday. Not realizing it was January 26th, I printed off the ingredient list to show my young son who aspires to be a chef. He was game until he said, "It's already January 27th, should I try the next contest?" "What?!" I replied, "Today's the 27th?" So anyway, I haven't actually tried this recipe, but I think it sounds good. LOL I did try it during the contest, and I have changed the instructions a little.

    Recipe #283048

    These are a carb free chip that I found while looking for recipes for a party for a friend with special diet needs. I made a batch of these to see how they tasted and my family ate them all up. So I made a second batch for the party.

    Recipe #45756

    1 Reviews |  By Ducky

    I saw this recipe in Quick Cooking magazine and it looked very good. I hope to try it soon.

    Recipe #120493

    This is a fantastic appetizer and, like all my favourite recipes, ridiculously easy.

    Recipe #67949

    I got this Buffalo chicken dip recipe from a respiratory therapist at the hospital where I work. He brought it to a party and everyone asked for the recipe. I appreciate all the reviews that have been written about this recipe since I posted it so long ago. I see more and more that people are making it with freshly cooked chicken - great idea. I also like the idea of using rotisserie chicken. The original recipe used canned chicken for convenience, but I agree with all of you that the fresher meat tastes better. Barb P.S. Thank you to everyone who has reviewed this recipe. I love it, too, and it makes me feel so good that so many of you have enjoyed it. Thanks again.

    Recipe #79116

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