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   Appetizers

Artichoke Dip       


Baked Grapefruit



Black Olive Dip


Blintz Hors D-oevre



Cheese Log



Cheese Ring

Crab Stuffed Mushroom


Stuffed Celery




 

 

                  

Artichoke Dip

Recipe By     :Barbara Blumenfeld

 

  1  Cup  Parmesan Cheese -- grated

  1  Cup  Miracle Whip®

  1  Cup (tall Can)  Artichoke Hearts -- chopped

  1  Small Can Water Chestnuts -- drained and chopped

 

Mix all ingredients and bake in glass pie pan in 400 degree oven for 15 minutes or until firm.  Serve in chafing dish.  Use crackers as dip.                                

 

Baked Grapefruit

  Recipe By     :Michele Buck

  Section 1/2 grapefruit as usually prepared:  Sprinkle brown sugar over top.  Tablespoon of maraschino cherry.

Dot with butter.  Put under boiler until sugar begins to cook and edges turn slightly brown.

 

Black Olive Dip

 

Recipe By     :Pat Branch

  2    cans  black olives

  2    cans  Old El Paso Green Chilies

  3    Tomatoes -- Peeled, chopped

  4    onions -- chopped

  3    tablespoons  olive oil

  3    teaspoons  olive oil

  3    teaspoons  wine vinegar

       garlic powder

       salt and pepper

 

Mix all together.

 

Blintz Hors D-oevre

 

Recipe By     :Barbara Blumenfeld

  2 loaves  White Bread -- sliced long way

  1  Pound  Cream Cheese

  2         Egg Yolks

     ½ Cup   Sugar

     1/2 Pound  Butter -- melted

             Sugar and Cinnamon

             Sour Cream

 

Cut crusts off bread and roll thin.  Cream together cream cheese, egg yolks and sugar.  Spread creamed mixture on bread, roll length wise like jelly roll. Mix together melted butter, sugar and cinnamon and roll each log in mixture. Harden for a few minutes in refrigerator.  Cut in 1" pieces--freeze if desired.  To serve bake until golden brown at 350 degrees 15 to 25 minutes. Serve with sour cream. Source:  "Nita Levin"                       

 

 Cheese Log

 

Recipe By     :Barbara Blumenfeld

  3   Ounces  Sharp Cheddar Cheese

  8   Ounces  Cream Cheese

  1  Teaspoon  Worstershire Sauce

  1            Onion

               Fish or Tuna

Mix all ingredients together and form into two logs. Roll in chopped nuts.  Refrigerate and slice thin.  Serve with fancy crackers.  Source:    "Marion Levin"

 

                                                                  

Cheese Ring

 

Recipe By     :Phyllis Brackin

 

  1   16 Oz  Extra Sharp Cheddar Cheese

  1   Medium  Onion

  1   Clove  Garlic -- minced

  1   Cup Pecans -- chopped

     1/2  Cup  Mayonnaise -- Hellman's

     1/2  Teaspoon  Tobasco

Mix together place in a mold to make ring.                                

             

Stuffed Celery

 

Recipe By    :Michele Buck

 

Celery Stalks -- 2 " pieces

1  Underwood's Deviled Ham

  1/4 Cup Roquefort Cheese

1     Tablespoon  Cream Cheese

  1/4 Cup  Green Pepper -- chopped

Clean and cut celery stalks in 2" pieces.  Stuff with Underwood's Deviled ham, Roquefort, cream cheese mixed, and chopped pepper.

 

Crab Stuffed Mushrooms

By Sylvia Burson Rushing

1 stick butter

1 cup Philadelphia cream cheese

1 can white crab meat

(½ - 1cup fresh crab meat)

Thicken with bread crumbs to stuff large mushrooms. Serve with lemons warmed and tied with cheesecloth to squeeze juice to taste.

Or leave off head chunks and serve in Fondue to use as French bread dip.

 

 

                                   

 

Copyright 1996  These are my own working genealogy files that I share with you.  The errors are my own.  But, perhaps they will give you a starting point.  All original writing is copyrighted.  Webmaster

Copyright 1996  These are my own working genealogy files that I share with you.  The errors are my own.  But, perhaps they will give you a starting point.  All original writing is copyrighted.  Webmaster