Easy Entertaining: Cracker & Topping Pairings

Which crackers are best for appetizers

Easy tips for choosing which cracker to serve with cheese, dip or almost any topping. It's happened to the best of us: You're at a party; you bite into an abundantly-topped cracker. The cracker doesn't just crumble, it disintegrate.  The topping is strewn down your cute dress - or swell tie. ...

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Hard Boiled Eggs Gratin

Baked Cheesy Eggs |TeaspoonOfSpice.com

An easy 15-minute appetizer or simple satisfying dinner when served with salad: cheesy eggs with a creamy sauce (use leftover Easter eggs!)  Leave it to the French to concoct such a simply elegant and nourishing dish. And not just any French chef; the origins of this cheese-sprinkled egg ...

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5 Things to Make with Canned Sweet Potatoes

5 things to make with canned sweet potaoes

From 3-ingredient Sweet Potato Dip to 5-minute soup to a surprise, think outside the marshmallow casserole, canned sweet potatoes deliver on versatile, taste and nutrition. Disclosure: I was asked to write about some of Aldi's holiday items; and as a long-time Aldi shopper, I was happy to ...

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Super Bowl Snack Round Up and Pin It Party


I'm not sure I should admit this, but...During grad school in Boston, my four roommates and I did a 'typical girl thing' and had a Super Party with all the best football snacks set up in a classic spread in front of the TV...and only turned up the volume during commercials. And that was one of the ...

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Pepperoni Bread

Pepperoni Bread | Teaspoonofspice.com

Think pizza meets Italian bread and you have pepperoni bread. ~ by Deanna Segrave-Daly, RD I'll admit this right up front. This isn't the healthiest of recipes (though I lightened it a bit - see below) but sometimes a girl wants her some pepperoni. Or bacon for that matter. For as long as I ...

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Sweetpotato Chutney


Schmear this Sweetpotato Chutney on veggies, sandwiches or sausages ~ by Serena Ball, RD Disclosure: The California Sweetpotato Council compensated The Recipe ReDux (co-owned by ReganMillerJones, Inc. and Teaspoon Communications), to sponsor this recipe contest. We are not eligible to win prizes ...

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