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optikeye: I"m making these in a couple of a weeks for a xmas party. I've made them a couple of times and they're really good.[d2k9njawademcf.cloudfront.net image 500x332] Kefta style meatballs with grilled grapes and yogurt sauce.Linksuper easy to make and transport..just Tupperware the grapes, meatballs and sauce..and bring a big platter. Then assemble on site---throw down the sauce on the platter, stab a grape and then a meatball and plate.
Tom_Slick: Cranberry Spiced Rum Punch32 ozs cranberry juice1/4 cup white sugar2 cups ginger ale3 cups spiced rumFloat lemon slices in punch
digitalrain: I made a hot spinach artichoke dip for Thanksgiving that my mom and uncle demolished. I'vebeen asked to trot it out again for New Years:1 8oz package of cream cheese, room temp4 - 6 oz sour cream1/4 cup mayo1 pkg of thawed chopped spinach, drained1 can artichoke hearts, drained and chopped1/2 cup shredded mozzarella cheeseOld Bay seasoning and garlic powder to tasteMix all ingredients in a baking dish and bake @ 325 for 20 mins or untilheated through and bubbly.Best served hot, but good cold too. Excellent with Triscuits, party toasts, or what have you.
soosh: try fect taa daa: stuffing muffinsFlorence Dusty: Well... a lot of people like my pumpkin pie, and, of course, my carrot cake is obviously legendary! But, if there's one thing I'm known for... it's my muffin.[ she slides a tray of muffings over ]Margaret Jo McCullen: Ooh! Wow! Get a whiff of that!Florence Dusty: Pretty intense, right?Teri Rialto: Mmm... I can't wait to taste your muffin. [ eating ] Mmm... wow! Warm! Yummy!Margaret Jo McCullen: It's surprisingly salty. I mean that in a very good way.Teri Rialto: Your muffin is remarkably velvety.Margaret Jo McCullen: It's true. I think we both assumed -- and I think, wrongfully -- that a baker of your generation might tend towards a more... drier, crusty muffin.Florence Dusty: Well, that's true, that many bakers from my era have dry or, even, yeasty muffins.Margaret Jo McCullen: A yeasty muffin can really ruin your whole day.Teri Rialto: Sometimes, your week.
Mistymtnhop: digitalrain: I made a hot spinach artichoke dip for Thanksgiving that my mom and uncle demolished. I'vebeen asked to trot it out again for New Years:1 8oz package of cream cheese, room temp4 - 6 oz sour cream1/4 cup mayo1 pkg of thawed chopped spinach, drained1 can artichoke hearts, drained and chopped1/2 cup shredded mozzarella cheeseOld Bay seasoning and garlic powder to tasteMix all ingredients in a baking dish and bake @ 325 for 20 mins or untilheated through and bubbly.Best served hot, but good cold too. Excellent with Triscuits, party toasts, or what have you.Ima copy this, thank you!
Coci: Brownie rum balls!Step 1.) Make brownies. (I use the betty crocker boxed mix)Step 2.) After brownies have cooled crumble in a bowlStep 3.) Add spiced rum. Put in enough that brownie crumble is moist and can be molded into balls but not soggy.Step 4.) Roll into balls and stick in freezer so they hardenStep 5.) Dip in melted chocolate or white chocolate. Add shaved dark chocolate to the tops to make them look fancy.Step 6.) Eat****warning, alcohol is not cooked out. These are not for kids and can get you drunk***
SarahDiddle: I don't care what you do but find a way to include roasted garlic. Mashed potatoes, spread on bread, mixed into butter...whatever. Roasted garlic is awesome.Also, mini-pies.Need: muffin tin, pie crust, pie fillingYou do the rest. I think you can figure it out.
MappingChick: Caprese salad on a toothpick!Cherry tomato, basil leaf, miniature fresh mozzarella ball, sprinkle with balsamic vinegar.
catmandu: Yule Log. I make several over the season for parties, Christmas dinner, and gifts..[i283.photobucket.com image 600x450]I use a different frosting but this is the recipe I use for the cake and filling. Link
bobbette: The traditional tourtière from the traditional recipe handed down through the generations, er, from Ricardo.
ChadM89: I feel bad about how hard I laughed at that bird in the chocolate fountain.I'm unfamiliar with the story. Did it live?
jboy: Mashed potatoes from scratch are always easy and a bit more impressive than the powder (Although the powdered ones, particularly the idaho brands have come a long damn way.)- Cube potatoes, boil until soft. Add butter and milk and mash together. Salt to taste, although if you're using the right butter it may not be necessary.
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