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Mushroom Cheese Mold
Mushroom Cheese Mold Appetizer Recipe makes a tasty appetizer by combining cream cheese, cheddar cheese, garlic, brown mustard, mushrooms, onion and diced pimentos then placing in a mold to be garnished with mushrooms and parsley.
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Baked Deviled Eggs
Baked Deviled Eggs Appetizer Recipe combines cooked eggs, sour cream, prepared mustard, green pepper, onion, butter, pimento, cream of mushroom and shredded cheddar cheese garnished with paprika to create a great appetizer.
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Shrimp Spread
Shrimp Spread Appetizer Recipe makes an attractive and very tasty appetizer using butter, green onions, parsley, salt, garlic powder, pepper, cooked shrimp, beer and capers in creating this delicious shrimp appetizer recipe.
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Fresh Sweet Cherry Appetizer Tray
Fresh Sweet Cherry Appetizer Tray Recipe makes an attractive appetizer with fresh sweet cherries, assorted cheeses such as cheddar, Swiss, Gouda and kuminost, and sweet gherkins complemented with cornucopias of salami, cream cheese and horseradish.
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Texas Style Cocktail Ribs
Texas Style Cocktail Ribs Appetizer Recipe bakes pork rib-lets which are smothered with a sauce of garlic, red chiles, cilantro, cumin, sugar, Worcestershire Sauce, chili sauce, catsup and vinegar resulting in this tasty pork rib recipe.
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Mushrooms a la Grecque
Mushroom a la Grecque Appetizer Recipe creates a delicious mushroom appetizer using mushrooms, olive oil, white wine or apple juice, lemon juice, garlic, sugar, coriander seed, black pepper, carrot chunks and pimento-stuffed olives.
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Roasted Chestnuts
Roasted Chestnuts Appetizer Recipe lightly coats chestnuts with olive oil then roasts them in a lidded casserole with a touch of water to create a this very tasty roasted chestnut recipe.
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Tapenade
Tapenade Appetizer Recipe an earthy olive spread from southern France traditionally spread on grilled bread is made with black Greek olives, anchovy fillets, garlic, capers, olive oil and black pepper to create this tasty tapenade recipe.
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Onion Ring Loaf
Onion Ring Loaf Appetizer Recipe soaks onion rings in milk, eggs and salt before dipping in pancake mix and frying in oil until golden before serving with a dip of mayonnaise, ketchup, horseradish, paprika, oregano, black pepper and cayenne papper.
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American Cheddar Tartlets
Eggs, cream, and sharp American Cheddar cheese bake to golden richness in these tiny cocktail tarts. Garnish with a sprinkling of chopped chives and serve with light red wine.
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WHAT ARE APPETIZERS

Whether you call it antipasto, smörgåsbord, zakuski, hors d'oeuvres, oretika, or in plain English, appetizers, it's all the same, for appetizers must spell the same charm, should always be colorful, bright, and attractive. They must be delectable bits designed to tantalize the appetite before a meal. They should not only create a desire for more, but they must, without taking the edge off appetites, make a guest feel that there is something elegant in store for them later.

Hot or cold, they include canapés, hors d'oeuvres, cocktails, clear soups, and small salads. Seafood cocktails, fruit cups, small salads, and clear soups as well as some large canapés and hors d'oeuvres, are served at the table as a first course. Canapés and hors d'oeuvres made to eat with the fingers instead of forks are served with cocktails before dinner. Parties, whether afternoon or evening, also call for canapés and hors d'oeuvres; the heartier type of appetizer may serve as the main dish of the buffet supper.

Canapés: are simply hors d'oeuvres served on a bread or other edible base.

Hors d'oeuve:  is the French term which literally means "outside of work," hence served before a meal. The term is commonly accepted as the French word for appetizer. Americans tend to limit the term to any appetizing bit of food that can be eaten with the fingers.

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