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Traditional Appetizer Plates

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Stuffed and Fried Zucchini Blossoms

Stuffed and Fried Zucchini Blossoms - Stuffed with cooked shrimp and cheese. Battered and deep fried. These are TO DIE FOR!

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An antipasto platter balances savory and salty flavors; try pairing marinated olives with fresh cheese, dried tomatoes, and plenty of proscuitto. …

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Perfect antipasto platter doesn't need to be fancy

Antipasto, Italian for “before the meal,” is a traditional appetizer plate of cured meats, vegetables, olives, cheese and other finger foods.

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Perfect antipasto platter doesn't need to be fancy

Antipasto, Italian for “before the meal,” is a traditional appetizer plate of cured meats, vegetables, olives, cheese and other finger foods.

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GRAZING PLATES - More and more restaurants are featuring small plates on their menus. These are meant for the table for a few people to pass and share. This trend takes its cue from traditional Spanish tapas where guests can sit leisurely and graze from many different dishes at once. Think miniature versions of classically casual foods? Comfort foods, in all their nostalgia and high calorie bliss, can reign. Just smaller versions of comfort foods.

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Perfect antipasto platter doesn't need to be fancy

Antipasto, Italian for “before the meal,” is a traditional appetizer plate of cured meats, vegetables, olives, cheese and other finger foods.

Traditional Turkish Food 'Kebab' - and very appetising one it looks, too. :)

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7 Charoset Recipes to Give Passover an International Flair | Jewish& - My Jewish Learning

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Jamaican patties

Jamaican patties, here's a traditional recipe that beats the commercial stuff you buy from most West Indian takeaways or the stuff you buy in packets that gives you next to no amount of meat. This recipe depends on the amount of heat that you like. I personally would add 5 scotch bonnet peppers

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