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Spooky Treats – Mummy Poppers
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Tag Archives: appetizer
Shrimp – the perfect package for an appetizer. Wrap it in bacon and grill it and you’ve got a real hit on your hands. The grill adds smokiness to the sweet flavor of the shrimp and the salty crunch of … Continue reading
I love spinach and artichoke dip, but I really want to stay on a healthy eating plan. I decided to give it a try using as little fat as possible. What I came up with was pretty darned good too!! … Continue reading
The first week of November is National Fig week – a celebration of the nutritious gems! Packed with vitamin A, potassium and calcium, these sweet flowers, yes flowers, can be used in many ways! The fig itself is actually the … Continue reading
It’s time to bring out all those scary foods to celebrate the season of fright. Here’s a spooky version of jalapeño poppers!
I love this time of year – all the fresh tomatoes. I have one sunny spot in my yard where we plant them. But what do you do with so many tomatoes besides share them with your neighbors? Well here … Continue reading
Salt and Vinegar are a great flavor combination. Add them to some chicken wings and you have a winning appetizer!
Marinated, fried and coated with sauce, these moist treats make a great appetizer or a meal!
A little twist on a pub classic – Using potatoes and thyme, this classic appetizer takes on a new life.
Continuing on with the pub food theme, here is one of my absolute favorites – The Scotch Egg. A hard boiled egg wrapped tight in herbed sausage, then breaded and deep fried. Served with honey mustard and a beer – … Continue reading
All those Easter eggs! Looking for a fun NEW way to use those Easter eggs? How about as It’s easy to make peeled eggs look like little carrots – want to know more?