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Farmers' Almanac Appetizers

Pumpkin Dip

Pumpkin Dip

A savory appetizer you can serve with gingersnaps.

October 2008
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Spinach Balls

Spinach Balls

These spinach balls make great appetizers for your next party.

October 2008
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Pickled Eggs

Pickled Eggs

In Britain, pickled onions and pickled eggs are often sold in pubs and fish & chip shops.

September 2008
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Green Tomato-Pepper Relish

Green Tomato-Pepper Relish

Have an abundance of tomatoes from the garden? Try this recipe.

September 2008
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Cheese Straws

Cheese Straws

Serious cheese lovers should try this recipe with jalapeno added for extra zip!

October 2007
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Tomato Halves with Herbs

Tomato Halves with Herbs

This is a great recipe with an endless number of uses!

October 2007
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Deviled Eggs

Deviled Eggs

Classic deviled eggs recipe, perfect for any holiday table.

October 2007
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Blue Cheese Party Ball

Blue Cheese Party Ball

This is a wonderful cheese ball. It is very easy to make and simply delicious!

June 2007
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Antipasto

Antipasto

This is the basic appetizer that my family grew up with. It was served on holiday occasions.

March 2007
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