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For appetizers on New Years Eve,I'm putting together a meat and cheese tray,sopressada,fontinella cheese and some good crusty Italian bread.Olive oil with spices for dipping and roasted garlic. For th
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Appetizer recipe for New Year's Eve

posted at 12/26/2011 8:48 AM EST
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For appetizers on New Years Eve,I'm putting together a meat and cheese tray,sopressada,fontinella cheese and some good crusty Italian bread.Olive oil with spices for dipping and roasted garlic.

For the roasted garlic preheat oven to 400*  Bake for 1 hour

Cut the tops of the garlic bulb off,I'm making 6 whole bulbs,place on foil enough to close completely.Sprinkle the garlic with olive oil and close the foil,roast as directed.When done place the roasted garlic bulbs on a nice serving plate sprinkle with a little kosher salt, black pepper and a little more olive oil sprinkled on. Serve with toasted cocktail bread.I allow one bulb of garlic per guest.The cloves are squeezed out on the toasted bread.The garlic is not strong at all,very delicious and mellow in flavor.

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posted at 12/26/2011 10:12 AM EST
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i like bread diped in oil with spices yum

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posted at 12/26/2011 10:42 AM EST
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Sounds delicious!!  I love garlic; but have been a little less daring to try the roasted bulb alone on bread.  But with your easy directions, I believe I will try it this time.  Thanks for the suggestion!  Garlic always goes well with just about any kind of cheese.  Yummm!!

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posted at 12/26/2011 12:42 PM EST
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In Response to Re: Appetizer recipe for New Year's Eve:
Sounds delicious!!  I love garlic; but have been a little less daring to try the roasted bulb alone on bread.  But with your easy directions, I believe I will try it this time.  Thanks for the suggestion!  Garlic always goes well with just about any kind of cheese.  Yummm!!
Posted by Darla M


Darla I hope you try it,it's very mild.You won't believe how something this simple tastes so good.It's good on bread or crackers.

Re: Appetizer recipe for New Year's Eve

posted at 12/26/2011 1:30 PM EST
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We have popcorn and all kinds of snack items. I put peanut buttr on crackers and dip
them in Almond bark.

Re: Appetizer recipe for New Year's Eve

posted at 12/26/2011 3:11 PM EST
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AMERICAN CHEESE SANDWICHES

1/2 lb American cheese shredded.  (I use Velvetta)
1/2 lb bacon, fried crisp and crumbled  (I use more)
2 Tblsp finely chopped black olives
2 Tblsp finely chopped onion
2/3 cup MAYO - approximate measure.  Just use what you need to moisten everything and hold it together
1 bag little dollar bread rolls.  Slice in half
(Flavor improves if you mix everything a day early and spread when ready to bake) 
Mix everything (except rolls!!) and spread on each roll half.  Bake at 350* 8 to 10 minutes
until cheese is bubbly and starting to brown a bit.

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posted at 12/26/2011 3:40 PM EST
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American Cheese Sandwiches - sounds YUMMY!! Thanks for sharing!

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posted at 12/26/2011 3:52 PM EST
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For appetizers on New Years Eve,I'm putting together a meat and cheese tray,sopressada,fontinella cheese and some good crusty Italian bread.Olive oil with spices for dipping and roasted garlic. For the roasted garlic preheat oven to 400*  Bake for 1 hour Cut the tops of the garlic bulb off,I'm making 6 whole bulbs,place on foil enough to close completely.Sprinkle the garlic with olive oil and close the foil,roast as directed.When done place the roasted garlic bulbs on a nice serving plate sprinkle with a little kosher salt, black pepper and a little more olive oil sprinkled on. Serve with toasted cocktail bread.I allow one bulb of garlic per guest.The cloves are squeezed out on the toasted bread.The garlic is not strong at all,very delicious and mellow in flavor.
Posted by gale g


Thanks Gale.  I love roasted garlic and dipping bread in garlic flavored olive oil.  We use a lot of garlic in cooking.

Nancy, thank you for the recipe for the sandwiches.  They sound yummy.

Re: Appetizer recipe for New Year's Eve

posted at 12/26/2011 3:54 PM EST
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nancy
what are little dollar bread rolls?

Re: Appetizer recipe for New Year's Eve

posted at 12/26/2011 4:00 PM EST
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Cheryl, H.M. and everybody.  I promise these plain sounding little sandwiches are soooooooo good and they are good looking.  Do try them one time.  When I make them I always double or triple the recipe so I can save some to use as a meal....just me!

Re: Appetizer recipe for New Year's Eve

posted at 12/27/2011 2:37 AM EST
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Gale,  Thank you for the roasted garlic recipe. I have never roasted garlic
but I love garlic and am going to try it!!  Sounds really great!!

Nancy, Thank you for the American Cheese Sandwiches recipe!! This
would be a quick and easy one. The grandkids would like this one too!
It has bacon and mayo in it!  Yummy!!

Re: Appetizer recipe for New Year's Eve

posted at 12/27/2011 7:03 AM EST
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does anyone know what-----------------------little dollar bread rolls---------------are------i'm in texas and have never heard the term-------------would like to try recipe----------------but would need to know what kind of bread to try

Re: Appetizer recipe for New Year's Eve

posted at 12/27/2011 9:16 AM EST
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Here is one that everyone always liked.A hot Nacho dip.I would fry up some ground meat and season with a taco seasoning pack and set aside.I used a 9" pie pan for this.Press a brick of cream cheese evenly on the bottom of the pie pan,follow this with a nacho cheese sauce or even a can of condensed cheddar cheese soup,spread evenly over the cream cheese,next spread the ground meat mixture over the cheddar cheese sauce,next an even layer of salsa,your choice of spiciness,next a layer of chopped onion,Finish off with shredded cheddar cheese.Bake in a 350* oven until hot and bubbly and the cheese is melted.Serve with corn chips.I never had leftovers from this it was always enjoyed,sometimes I would keep a back up dip in the fridge to be heated up later I also put out some sour cream, hot sauce for those who liked it spicy and extra chopped onion..Enjoy.

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posted at 12/27/2011 9:37 AM EST
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Dilly Dip and Veggies.this is an old one that I have made for the last 35 years.

1 Cup Mayo,I use mayo for this, miracle whip is not a good choice for this.
1 Cup sour cream
1 Tabs.dry minced onion,you could use fresh minced onion,or onion powder,not onion salt.
1 Tabs.dry parsley
1 Tabs.dried dill weed
1/2 teas.Accent or MSG ( This was in the original dip recipe ) this is optional but I will say it does taste better with it. Refridgerate for 6 hrs before serving.

This is good with chips or pretzels.Great served along side of a veggie tray,carrots, celery,cauliflower and broccoli.

Re: Appetizer recipe for New Year's Eve

posted at 12/27/2011 9:52 AM EST
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Nellie - Dollar rolls are just small white bread rolls.  I use them fairly often to make a small sandwich - like a little hanburger.
Just about any grocery store with its own bakery will have them.  Even Walmart carries dollar rolls but I went to the 'fancy' grocery
in the neighboring town.  They have the smallest and best tasting dollar rolls.  They were sold in plastic bags of 24 rolls for $3.99

Re: Appetizer recipe for New Year's Eve

posted at 12/28/2011 12:13 AM EST
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This is a great dip to use with vegetables:

Cucumber Dill Dip
1 8 oz. pkg. cream cheese; softened
1 c. mayonnaise
2 medium cucumbers; peeled, seeded, chopped
2 tbsp. green onion; sliced
1 tbsp. lemon juice
2 tsp. fresh dill leaves, snipped (or 1/2 tsp. dried dill)
1/2 tsp. hot pepper sauce

Beat cream cheese until smooth. Stir in remaining ingredients until well mixed. Cover; chill.

Re: Appetizer recipe for New Year's Eve

posted at 12/28/2011 3:00 AM EST
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Thanks Nancy and Verlee for your appetizer recipes,both sound really good ! Happy New Year to all !

Re: Appetizer recipe for New Year's Eve

posted at 12/28/2011 9:18 AM EST
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thanks nancy--------one more? -------are they the soft ones or the fairyly crusty ones like italian-------------we have a lot of different rolls here in this mega-area where i live---i guess that's a good thing but can be confusing at times

Re: Appetizer recipe for New Year's Eve

posted at 12/28/2011 9:51 AM EST
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Hi Nellie -- Lucky you!!   The ones I buy are the soft rolls ...... they look and feel a lot like tiny, un-cut hamburger buns - the tinier the better.   If I had a choice I would buy the fairly crusty.  I LOVE crusty rolls so I'd sure try them here.

Re: Appetizer recipe for New Year's Eve

posted at 12/28/2011 10:53 AM EST
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thanks everyone just came here to see what everyone posted
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