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    Horderves, please post your favorites!!!

    Its that time again when i have decided I want to make horderves for the family pallet, if you have some good ones please post them I need all the help I can get!!
    I know most of you out there are awsome cooks, but I am not so somethign simple will work

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    Re: Horderves, please post your favorites!!!

    I mentioned it on your other snack thread, but I like whole wheat crackers with cream cheese, smoked salmon, and fresh dill on them.

    If you want to go super classy, get some fingerling potatoes (aka, really tiny potatoes, red or white skin preferably), boil in the skin until they are done, but still a little crispy. Lop off the tops and hollow them out a little. Fill the hole with a little cream cheese and then top with a little dollop of caviar (black or red works just fine for this dish).

    And for some old school hors d'oeuvres, deviled eggs!

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    Re: Horderves, please post your favorites!!!

    I'm a huge fan of spinach dip.

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    Re: Horderves, please post your favorites!!!

    A favorite of mine is Spinach Pie.... Spanikopita is what Greeks call it...

    Usually it's served as a meal but I like to make it and cut it into bite size squares.

    It's made with filo dough, spinach and feta cheese. I'll post the receipe once I find the card I have on it.

    Can be eaten cold or hot
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    Re: Horderves, please post your favorites!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by DMof2
    A favorite of mine is Spinach Pie.... Spanikopita is what Greeks call it...

    Usually it's served as a meal but I like to make it and cut it into bite size squares.

    It's made with filo dough, spinach and feta cheese. I'll post the receipe once I find the card I have on it.

    Can be eaten cold or hot
    Oh man, spanikopita is AWESOME!!!!! Do you use lemon juice in yours? I've had a couple of different versions, but one had a hint of lemon juice in it and it was fab-u-lous!

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    Everyone says that the U.S. doesn’t make anything anymore, but that’s not exactly true. We’re the world leader in the manufacturing of bull****.

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    Re: Horderves, please post your favorites!!!

    My fav is jalepeno stuffed with cream cheese and wrapped in bacon!

    SO yummy!


    You'll need about a pound or so of fresh jalepenos (i never measure, just guess!)

    a packet or two of cream cheese

    a packet of bacon

    Remove the stems from your peppers and slice length wise. Scoop out all seeds and any white part. (It's best to use some gloves for this!) Rinse well. Scoop a little bit of cream cheese (I used a regular cereal spoon) into the pepper and wrap with half a strip of bacon. I find that if you just use half a strip of bacon, it's just enough.

    Place these on a broiler pan or rack over a pan...just something that will allow the grease to drain off. And back at 350 until the bacon is done...time will vary.

    They are wonderul! By removing the white stuff from the pepper, it takes alot of the spicyness away. But you still get some spice..depends on your peppers!

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    Re: Horderves, please post your favorites!!!

    A new family favorite!

    Cranberry-Cream Cheese stuffed celery


    Tub of cream cheese
    Dried cranberries
    celery

    Wash and cut your celery into serving size pieces. Combine the tub of cream cheese with a good handful or two of chopped, dried cranberries. Mix well and stuff into the celery! Delish!

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    Ham rolls


    Slices of deli ham
    Cream cheese
    green onions


    Take a slice of ham, spread it with cream cheese. Lay a washed green onion at the top of the ham slice and begin rolling into a loaf. Slice off little half inch slices and serve!

    I could eat these for days!!!!!

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    Re: Horderves, please post your favorites!!!

    I do love the hint of lemon too but no one else does so I don't do it

    Hey, I want baileykat to come cater my next party!!!
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    Re: Horderves, please post your favorites!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by DMof2
    Hey, I want baileykat to come cater my next party!!!

    That's all I know...it would be a fine dinner! Did you notice all my recipes have cream cheese in them? I found that strange for some reason!

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    Re: Horderves, please post your favorites!!!

    Did you notice all my recipes have cream cheese in them?

    yes, that's why I want to make every one of them I am a sucker for cream cheese
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    Re: Horderves, please post your favorites!!!

    Why have hors d'oeuvres if there's no cream cheese??????

    Quote Originally Posted by Senator David Wu (D-OR)
    Don't let faux-klingons send real Americans to war!

    Quote Originally Posted by TheHousingBubbleBlog
    Everyone says that the U.S. doesn’t make anything anymore, but that’s not exactly true. We’re the world leader in the manufacturing of bull****.

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    Re: Horderves, please post your favorites!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by a_hyperbole
    Why have hors d'oeuvres if there's no cream cheese??????


    that's so true!

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    Re: Horderves, please post your favorites!!!

    Hey all you cream cheese lovers, I tried this recipe a few weeks ago and it was FABULOUS!







    Chocolate Chip Cheesecake Bars

    Makes: 16 bars Nutrition Information
    The best of all possible worlds -- creamy cheesecake filling on a chocolaty crust made easy with Pillsbury® cookie dough

    1package (8 oz) cream cheese, softened1/2cup sugar1egg1/2cup coconut, if desired1roll (18 oz) Pillsbury® refrigerated chocolate chip cookies

    1. Heat oven to 350°F. In small bowl, beat cream cheese, sugar and egg until smooth. Stir in coconut.2. Break up half of cookie dough into ungreased 9- or 8-inch square pan. With floured fingers, press dough evenly in bottom of pan to form crust. Spread cream cheese mixture over dough. Crumble and sprinkle remaining half of dough over cream cheese mixture.3. Bake 35 to 40 minutes or until golden brown and firm to the touch. Cool 30 minutes. Refrigerate at least 2 hours or until chilled. For bars, cut into 4 rows by 4 rows. Store in refrigerator.

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    Re: Horderves, please post your favorites!!!

    OMG Summer you are sooooooo on the top of Santa's good list!
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