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Old 02-15-2006, 04:08 PM   #1
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Question Best Appetizer?

you have ever eaten,give us the recipe if you so choose to...
I love lobster rolls,and cocktail shrimp.... but I do not know how the lobster rolls were made...

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Old 02-15-2006, 04:13 PM   #2
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These are really great

Blue Crab Stuffed Mushrooms Caps

1 1/2 pound(s) , Crab Meat
12 large , Fresh Mushrooms
4 medium , Cloves Garlic
1/2 cup(s) , Cottage Cheese
3 tablespoon(s) , Breadcrumbs
2 tablespoon(s) , Onions Finely Minced
2 tablespoon(s) , Dry White Wine
1 1/2 tablespoon(s) , Butter Melted
1 1/2 tablespoon(s) , Olive Oil
0 to taste , Worcestershire Sauce


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After removing stems from mushroom caps, finely mince stems and set aside; lightly oil a skillet and place mushroom caps upside down in the pan and brush with butter. In a saucepan, heat olive oil to hot and add minced stems, garlic, onions, and sauté over medium heat (4-5 minutes), then remove from heat. Add Worcestershire sauce, cottage cheese and 1 Tbsp. breadcrumbs and stir to blend, and then fold in Crab Meat. Spoon mixture into mushroom caps, sprinkle with remaining breadcrumbs, and broil at least 4-5" from heat (6-8 minutes), or until browned on top. Serve immediately
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Old 02-15-2006, 04:13 PM   #3
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I doubt it was the best I have ever had, but one of my favorites (and they are super easy to make) is bacon wrapped watermelon rind. They disapear so fast that whenever we make them we need to eat a few before we bring them out of the kitchen and to the guests
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I have so many, but this is so easy and good!

1 cup grape jelly
1 cup chili sauce
1 pkg. cocktail wieners or/and meatballs

Mix the jelly and chili sauce and add the wieners/meatballs and simmer on the stove for one hour.

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chef jimmy thats sounds really good I will try that...
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Old 02-15-2006, 04:22 PM   #6
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I have so many, but this is so easy and good!

1 cup grape jelly
1 cup chili sauce
1 pkg. cocktail wieners or/and meatballs

Mix the jelly and chili sauce and add the wieners/meatballs and simmer on the stove for one hour.
MJ we make these with meatballs all the time. We do it in the crockpot though. Just pour everything together, turn on, enjoy.

Once we made about 80 meatballs worth for a party that got snowed out. I sat on the couch with the whole crockpot next to me and proceeded to eat about 3/4 of the whole thing
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I love stuffed mushrooms
and spinach artichoke dip. ( both recipes already posted)
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MJ we make these with meatballs all the time. We do it in the crockpot though. Just pour everything together, turn on, enjoy.

Once we made about 80 meatballs worth for a party that got snowed out. I sat on the couch with the whole crockpot next to me and proceeded to eat about 3/4 of the whole thing
Ya oinker!

I do that in the crockpot too GB, but I've found out you can't let them simmer to long (like overnight), or they just start to taste funny. I also buy my meatballs frozen at the store...
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Old 02-15-2006, 04:29 PM   #9
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Yeah we buy them frozen too. That is a big time saver!
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frozen meatballs? its about time someone shared that timesaving tip with me - what the heck, i may try that this weekend!
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