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Old 12-29-2015, 07:24 PM   #21
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I just came across this gorgeous, sun-shaped tart made with puff pastry and tapenade, served with a lemony whipped feta dip. It's gorgeous!

http://smittenkitchen.com/blog/2015/...-tarte-soleil/

Ooh, pretty! I work with clay, this looks like a similar technique.
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Old 12-29-2015, 08:04 PM   #22
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That is so impressive looking GG We need a picture when you do it Janet!! Great choice!
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Old 12-29-2015, 10:16 PM   #23
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I just thought of another one. This recipe from Sunset magazine says it's from 1971, and I'm pretty sure we've been making this about that long. It also says bake in a cast iron pan, but we use a glass pan, or else don't let them sit in the CI pan overnight.

Artichoke Bars / Nibbles/ Frittata -- call it what you like, I call it good!

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Old 12-30-2015, 12:59 AM   #24
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I just thought of another one. This recipe from Sunset magazine says it's from 1971, and I'm pretty sure we've been making this about that long. It also says bake in a cast iron pan, but we use a glass pan, or else don't let them sit in the CI pan overnight.

Artichoke Bars / Nibbles/ Frittata -- call it what you like, I call it good!

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A huge thanks for that Whiska! This low carb gal is forever thankful for such a treat to bring the new year in!!
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I just thought of another one. This recipe from Sunset magazine says it's from 1971, and I'm pretty sure we've been making this about that long. It also says bake in a cast iron pan, but we use a glass pan, or else don't let them sit in the CI pan overnight.

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Added to my rotation, too!
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Old 12-30-2015, 08:29 AM   #26
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I just thought of another one. This recipe from Sunset magazine says it's from 1971, and I'm pretty sure we've been making this about that long. It also says bake in a cast iron pan, but we use a glass pan, or else don't let them sit in the CI pan overnight.

Artichoke Bars / Nibbles/ Frittata -- call it what you like, I call it good!

Artichoke Nibbles Recipe | MyRecipes.com

Ooh! We have a big jar of Costco artichoke hearts! Thanks, Whiska!
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Old 12-30-2015, 11:47 AM   #27
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Cauliflower buffalo wings
Hunmus and pita Chips/veggies
Fresh fruit with cream cheese dip
Spinach dip in a bread bowl
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Old 12-31-2015, 12:07 PM   #28
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OK - So...

Blackeyed peas
Tapinade tarte
Ham rolls
Hummus and dip-ables
Popcorn - endless supply
candycane meringues
Corn bread
Deviled eggs
holiday cookies and candy (gotta get them out of the house)

We have a big crowd coming and I think they will likely fill in the rest.

Next problem - how to hold up the ham. I have a spiral sliced 11 lb ham and need to have it on a platter so folks can make their own rolls. I have no ham rack but I do have one of these and think it would balance the ham perfectly:

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Question: Do you think anyone would be offended? It hasn't been in use in decades and is an antique....
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I think it's cute. Bet the potty dried up many years ago!
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I think it's cute. Bet the potty dried up many years ago!
Oh - even worse but I think this is a spittoon. It's been holding pens on my desk for several decades now ;)
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