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Thread: New Years Eve Party suggestions?

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    Senior Member Sewze's Avatar
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    Jan 2010
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    1: Cheese balls, 2: dried beef rolls ( dried beef with cream cheese spread on each piece of beef and then place a section of a dill pickle spear on top, roll up, and cut in sections) 3: onion soup dip with chips or crackers, 4: bean spread (brown 1/2# ground beef or turkey w/ 1/4 cup chopped onion, stir in 1/4 c of catsup, 1&1/2 tsp of chili powder & 1/2 tsp salt, mash in 1 8oz can red kidney beans w/ liquid. Heat thru. Garnish with shredded cheddar cheese, 1/4 c chopped stuffed green olives, 1/4 c chopped onions. Serve hot as a spread with corn chips. Ummmm!

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    Apr 2011
    Bosque County, Texas
    What age group will be coming? I've found that food for teenagers, 20yr olds, 4o yr old are three different food groups, never mind the old codgers. What activities will they be doing? Dancing? Shouting at the TV, X-Box, talking quietly, playing card games?

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    Member almodent's Avatar
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    Mar 2011
    have each guest bring their favorite nibbler and have a party or roll out slices of pumpernickle bread flat cut off crust spred outside with butter then roll fresh cut mozzarella and asparagas and roasted red peppers and bake in oven for 6 or 7 min 350 degrees cut up kilbasa 1 cuo catsup 1 cup grape jelly cook until hot cheese buritto cartwheels cut in quarters i could go on and on yummy

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    Southeast Michigan
    I've had good luck with little smokies or other small sausages, whole mushrooms, and sometimes premade meatballs tossed into the slow cooker with 2 parts BBQ sauce and 1 part catsup. Rarely do I come home with more than the slow cooker. (my neighbor says she likes BBQ sauce and beer better!)

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    Moderator Up North's Avatar
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    Mar 2008
    North East Lower peninsula of Michigan
    Ham roll ups Slice of ham lunch meat spread with cream cheese, put a slice of pickle or a green onion in it and roll it up. Cut into bite size pieces about 1/2 inch.

    I have also bought the chestnuts in a can and wrapped with a piece of bacon hold in place with a toothpick and bake until the bacon is done.

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    Super Member Pinkiris's Avatar
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    NE Wisconsin
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    The Betty Crocker website has a great recipe for spinach cheese balls. They are delicious! Make a big batch and you can keep them frozen until you need them. Then you just take out and heat however many you need.
    I've also made little kabobs with cubes of cheese, ham, salami, olives and or pickle slices. Very popular.


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