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  • Cheddar Crisps Not rated yet
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    These are delightful served slightly warm with pre-dinner cocktails. Slice and bake as your dinner guests arrive. And your house will smell great!

    Cheddar Crisps
  • Melted Cheddar and Dill Bites Not rated yet
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    Cheddar and mango chutney are a classic sandwich combination. We’ve given it an Indian twist by using naan bread and our new Memories Curried Mango sauce.

    Melted Cheddar and Dill Bites
  • Ricotta and Roasted Tomato Crostini Not rated yet
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    Making little toasts for crostini under the broiler is a bit fiddly, but this wire-rack oven method reduces the chances of burnt toast. Ricotta is a delicious and unusual topping.

    Ricotta and Roasted Tomato Crostini
  • Garlic Cheese Fingers Not rated yet
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    Sure to be a hit with the kids. Serve as an appetizer or alongside their favourite pasta dish.

    Garlic Cheese Fingers
  • Glazed Dad's Franks Not rated yet
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    Sweet and salty, these glazed frankfurters have everything you want in a quick nibble.

    Glazed Dad's Franks
  • Pigs in Puffy Blankets Not rated yet
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    Kids love finger foods you can dunk into dipping sauces. This one combines two kid favourites- hot dogs and ketchup. They can even help you make these.

    Pigs in Puffy Blankets
  • Memories of Kobe Beef Yakitori Not rated yet
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    The Japanese word “yakitori” has come to mean any small piece of food that is skewered and grilled (yaki), not just chicken (tori).

    Memories of Kobe Beef Yakitori