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    From Ricardo, using this recipe : recipe#269837

    Recipe #270005

    This is a gorgeous purple color, even more so in person than my photo. You can get the same color using regular vodka if the grape isn't available in your store. From Three Olives Vodka.

    Recipe #269097

    These would be great as either a garnish for sweet potatoes or meat platters, or just as snacks. Bon Appetit Nov/07. Cooking times do not include 3 hours drying.

    Recipe #264649

    This was clipped from some magazine years ago.

    Recipe #248587

    Framboise a raspberry flavoured liqueur. The sugar cubes really are personal preference. Some people may not like the sweetness of the sugar.

    Recipe #232785

    A delicious and elegant looking twist on the famous Cosmopolitan!

    Recipe #219663

    An easy to make, kid-friendly accompaniment to a turkey dinner.

    Recipe #213737

    1 Reviews |  By Debber

    This is JUST the drink for those winter-time holidays (Advent, caroling parties, Christmas, New Year's, Valentine's Day). Pleasantly flavored and easy to adjust to your special tastes!

    Recipe #208446

    Recipe #199110

    This recipe came from Taste of Home. It is unusual because it uses dried cranberries. Perfect for those holiday meal appetizers.

    Recipe #192372

    I made these for Christmas 2005 with my daughter. She enjoyed making and eating them. The plate was empty in a few minutes. This recipe came from a little book called 'Bites' by The Australian Women's Weekly - Creative food

    Recipe #184466

    2 Reviews |  By lazyme

    A nice appetizer or snack. Especially nice around the holidays, and can be made 3 days ahead. From Bon Appetit, November 1994.

    Recipe #179956

    Quick and easy appetizer that tastes and looks like it was prepared by an expensive caterer! Ever since my dear friend NCMysteryShopper sent me some Black Olive Paste for Christmas, I have been searching for just the right recipe to try it out! VIOLA! Revised from a recipe found on epicurious.com.

    Recipe #150456

    Found this recipe on a weight loss community board somewhere. I have it saved on my computer to try over the holidays. In the meantime, I thought others would want to try it as well.

    Recipe #146882

    These are wonderful!!! I made these for Thanksgiving and I added walnuts for a bit of crunch needed. Hope you try them!!

    Recipe #146700

    This recipe from the December 2000 issue of Canadian Living was served in the posh dining cars of the Royal Canadian Pacific! It is definitely dinner party fare but also good enough for your family!

    Recipe #144169

    I am always on the look-out for finger food for our many appetizer parties. This recipe came about from my love of Bleu Cheese and my desire to have a nibble that was easy to eat at a standing room only party. Add or reduce cream cheese to bleu cheese ratio to suit your tastes.

    Recipe #143207

    I prepared these little puff pastry wrapped olives last Christmas and saw them disappear very quickly. You could use the jalapeño stuffed, garlic stuffed, anchovy stuffed, or even kalamata olives instead of the pimento ones. They can also be rolled in sesame seeds, poppy seeds, or grated Parmesan cheese before baking to give a bit more flare. This recipe was originally published on Allrecipes.com. That site stated that they could be made ahead and frozen, allowing 30 minutes for the pastry to thaw before baking.

    Recipe #117285

    In my quest for cranberry recipes, I came across this little gem. Try it, you'll like it! From the Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers Association. This fits into the Mid West, New England and Canadian regions.

    Recipe #111838

    Because of the contrast between the tart cranberries and sugary coating, the flavor of this snack pops in your mouth. The berries are steeped in hot sugar syrup to tame their tangy bite. When entertaining, serve these in place of nuts. For gift-giving, package in parchment-lined tins. Present with a small bottle of the reserved cranberry cooking syrup for the recipient to use as a cocktail mixer. If you can't find superfine sugar, make your own by processing granulated sugar in a food processor for a minute

    Recipe #106379

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