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Re: Staff Christmas party at the house any ideas [Re: Orange_Burst]
      #1083136 - 12/11/09 04:17 PM (174.147.193.111)

That does sound really cool! Would take a while to do, but an artistic person sure could make it look neat!

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Re: Staff Christmas party at the house any ideas [Re: Carol_Hill]
      #1083140 - 12/11/09 04:45 PM (72.240.59.138)

Actually I was surprised how easy it went together. I'm not real artistic, so if I can do it, most anyone can make one. The only thing is most people won't eat it because they don't want to ruin it

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Re: Staff Christmas party at the house any ideas! [Re: MichaelDC]
      #1083143 - 12/11/09 04:49 PM (141.157.173.137)

Michael, nothing like a nice crockpot full of corn chowder to warm the tootsies!
It's a good lining for the stomach, too. Serve with some breadsticks. I like
Pillsbury's. They bake up in minutes and are delish!!
I like to mix crunchy with smooth. Veggies & dip.....pate & bread....cheeses & fruit.....dip & crackers. Don't forget some mixed nuts which you've spread on a cookie sheet and warmed up for a bit. Yum!
Have fun! Thanks for the invite but I'm washing my hair that night!!


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Re: Staff Christmas party at the house any ideas! [Re: contessa]
      #1083148 - 12/11/09 05:07 PM (72.68.64.210)

Corn Chowder... Yummmmm...
Gouda & apple slices too!
We get a Pork Liver in Champagne Pate around here...
on a Rosemary & Olive Oil Triscut, with a little bit of neufchatel cheese spread on first...

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Re: Staff Christmas party at the house any ideas! [Re: peconic]
      #1083164 - 12/11/09 06:39 PM (75.75.75.132)

OK, this is one of those grocery store check-out book recipes. From Pillsbury. But I make it at Christmas and it's a hit. And, you can make it a bit ahead. Also along the Christmas tree-shape, a pull-apart appetizer of crescent dough and vegetables.

Here's the link:
Crescent Veggie appetizers

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Re: Staff Christmas party at the house any ideas! [Re: Cratti]
      #1083175 - 12/11/09 07:40 PM (141.157.175.66)

That's so cool!! Actually, I do make that but hesitated to mention it because I don't follow a recipe and it's a tad difficult to explain. Glad you did! Thanks. It looks fabulous and tastes equally good!


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Re: Staff Christmas party at the house any ideas [Re: contessa]
      #1083243 - 12/12/09 07:52 AM (76.11.76.156)

Brian and Contessa Thanks for the crockpot ideas. I have three so it is time to flash them all up. Totally forgot about pulled pork..yum Patti that Crescent roll veggie tray sounds yummy thanks

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Re: Staff Christmas party at the house any ideas! [Re: MichaelDC]
      #1083457 - 12/12/09 11:00 PM (97.73.64.146)

sliced (seedless) cucumber w/ sliced hard salami, roasted shrimp cocktail http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/ina-garten/roasted-shrimp-cocktail-recipe/index.html, salmon tea sandwiches http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/ina-garten/smoked-salmon-tea-sandwiches-recipe/index.html (you'll have to reduce the quantities if making this)... some recipes i make often when preparing finger foods for a party and it's always a hit. as you can tell, i'm an ina fan. other finger foods ideas: bocconcinis skewered with cherry tomatoes, homemade meatballs, cheese straws.. goodluck with the party planning and enjoy the holidays!

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Re: Staff Christmas party at the house any ideas [Re: MichaelDC]
      #1083559 - 12/13/09 10:04 AM (72.68.64.210)

Michael,
You'll have to let us know what your final menu will be...
You certainly treat your staff well!

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Re: Staff Christmas party at the house any ideas [Re: peconic]
      #1083931 - 12/14/09 09:03 AM (76.11.76.156)

Brian I will post the recipes here....they are going to really simple

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