Bette Davis Eyes Appetizers
photo by Chef PotPie
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- Pack the goat cheese around each grape and roll it in the palm of your hand till smooth and round.
- Before serving, roll the grapes in the ground pistachios and cut in half. Can you see why they call it Bette Davis eyes?.
- This makes 50 hors d'oeuvres.
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A hint of salt from the nuts, a wonderful creaminess from the cheese, and a splash of lucsious sweetness from the grapes. I rolled too much cheese on the ones for the pictures, (just for the eyeball effect!); put it on very thin, just to cover the grape, otherwise the cheese takes over. Make sure to buy juicy grapes. I rolled them twice in the finely ground nuts. These come together quicker than you might think. I will make these again! Thanks Oolala!
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