When entertaining, I like to make appetisers that err on the side of healthy. I also make sure there’s a mix of food while being cognizant of the dietary restrictions our guests might have. Last month I made wonton noodle soup but only used half the wonton wrappers; the rest I froze. There’s always a bag or two of shrimp in the freezer and I usually have an avocado on hand. This recipe is easy to make and in roughly 10 minutes you can have the filling completed by the time the wonton baskets are cooked and cooled. Continue Reading →
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What is your favorite snack? Do you go back to the same one time after time or do you like to venture out and try new ones? If you have not tried fried olives, you must! They are a crunchy flavor bomb! I’ve made these a few times now and each time it’s with a different stuffing. I first stuffed the olives with blue cheese and while they were yummy, I felt the saltiness from the cheese was too much for my palate. So, next I stuffed with sausage meat combined with cheese curds…whoa! That was one amazing combo! Continue Reading →
Entertaining is fun or at least that’s my view but for some, though, it can be a dreaded task. Why? The ‘idea’ of having friends over for a bite to eat is simple enough until one starts to ‘think’ about what to serve, the timing, and execution of each dish. I believe that when you invite friends over for dinner it’s a social gathering where conversation flows regardless of what’s served. Remember, they come to see you, not what’s on the table, or how your home looks. I think hostesses put way too much pressure on themselves and in doing so empty all the fun and love out of the planning process. Continue Reading →
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