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Old 06-17-2008, 04:25 AM   #11
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Mini Stromboli. Use frozen bread dough. Stuff with mixture of spinach, chicken, bacon, onions, parmesan cheese, mozarella cheese, salt, pepper, and garlic powder. Bake until a nice golden brown. Bring some marinera sauce for dipping.
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Old 06-17-2008, 06:53 AM   #12
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Here are a couple from my recipe file (that I INTEND to make, but haven't yet)Crustless Carrot Mini-Quiches

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Recipes : Bacon Wrapped Bread Sticks : Food Network

Sounds like fun, Elaine!

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Old 06-17-2008, 07:16 AM   #13
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Thanks for all the great ideas. I am sure one or two of these will work out great. I am leaning towards nothing baked since we are camping and won't be using my oven (no electricity where I will be.
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Old 06-17-2008, 07:33 AM   #14
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Thanks for all the great ideas. I am sure one or two of these will work out great. I am leaning towards nothing baked since we are camping and won't be using my oven (no electricity where I will be.
Hi, Elaine. If you're thinking about doing the crostini, they can be toasted in advance, or grilled at the campground. HTH.
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Old 06-17-2008, 08:29 AM   #15
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Ham rolls
package of sliced ham
one 8oz pkg of cream cheese
horseradish ( not sauce)
parsley
jar of green olives
toothpicks

mix together soften creamcheese with a heeping tbl. of horseradish more if you like. add a little bit of parsley for color. Then take a slice of ham and pat it with a paper towel to remove any moisture on the ham(helps to spread the cream cheese) then spread a thin layer of the mixture on the ham and roll it up from the long side. set aside and keep doing till you run out of ham or filling. place them in the refridge and let them get cool again (1hr) and then slice them approx a Inch. and place on a platter. put a toothpick in them with a green olive . I never have any left.
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Old 06-17-2008, 06:30 PM   #16
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What about mini-shish kebabs? Use small chunks if beef and grape tomatoes skewered on toothpicks? Or maybe a shimp and a piece of canned chunked pineapple? Soak the toothpick in water and skewer and grill like a regular kebab.
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I really like the stuffed grape tomatoes and stuffed olives, they sound really good and something even I could probably manage, LOL.
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What about mini-shish kebabs? Use small chunks if beef and grape tomatoes skewered on toothpicks? Or maybe a shimp and a piece of canned chunked pineapple? Soak the toothpick in water and skewer and grill like a regular kebab.
This reminds me of something else I have done: Skewered cheese and fruit. Cube some cheese - cheddar, Monterey jack, whatever you like - and fruit like cantaloupe and pineapple, and add some grapes. Skewer them on cocktail toothpicks and serve with a dipping sauce of vanilla yogurt with orange zest, orange juice, and some grated fresh ginger.
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Mini kebabs? Or roll ups? (Tortillas with fillings and then rolled up)
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