Makes 40 skewers Ingredients Bocconcini Cheese (Cocktail Size) Roasted Red Peppers (from a jar) Small Tortellini (40 pieces) Marinated Artichoke Hearts (quartered) 50 grams sliced Salami (halved) pimento stuffed green olives 1 tsp. Italian Seasoning salt and pepper to taste wooden skewers Instructions Cook tortellini, drain, toss in olive oil and sprinkle with Italian Seasoning.… Continue reading Antipasto Skewers
I love parties. Have I said that before? Possibly the only thing I love more than the party is being well prepared in advance. This dip helps make that possible. The original recipe which was found on Gather for Bread, called for fresh avocado, but I went one lazy step further and bought a tub of… Continue reading Avocado Feta Dip
Ingredients 3/4 cup dried sweetened cranberries 1 (8 oz) package cream cheese, room temperature 3/4 cup crumbled feta cheese 1 ⁄4 cup chopped green onion 4 large flour tortillas , wheat or spinach for pretty color Instructions Divide your cream cheese in four and spread on the tortillas. Do the same with your feta and crumble over your cream cheese. Sprinkle with… Continue reading Cranberry Feta Pinwheels
As a drink, I'm going to have to be super Canadian and say that a Bloody Mary has nothing on a Caesar. But as a soup shot, I give it my official seal of approval. The only thing that would have made it better as an appetizer would have been some shrimp hanging off the… Continue reading Bloody Mary Soup Shots
We Dollies love pasta. Finding a pasta dish at a restaurant like Moxie’s and then trying to find a similar recipe is always interesting. We found one on Pinterest that had the ingredients we were looking for. We got together and made the recipe a couple of weeks before the party for ourselves and our… Continue reading Chicken and Mushroom Pasta in Creamy Madeira Wine Sauce
BAM! Peanut Butter and Jam! Green eggs and ham! Sorry, I couldn't resist. This is not a Phil Collins recipe, but rather, one of the other bam man's, Emeril Lagasse. Whereas Phil Collins is Dirty Burger famous, Emeril has the market on upping the bam factor of evveeerrrything. Or so it seems. Not only did… Continue reading BAM!
When I was 12 years old, my Grandma began taking me for dinner at Savalas, a local restaurant that became “our restaurant.” She would pick me up, leaving my parents and siblings behind in a cloud of dust as we headed off into the sunset for our night out. She told my family that… Continue reading Fall For Our “Special” Coffee Recipes