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Fried Ravioli. A super easy appetizer of cheese ravioli fried until golden brown and topped with Parmesan cheese and fresh parsley. Serve with marinara sauce for delicious dipping.
Invites to backyard barbecues and spring soirees are flowing in. Here’s the appetizer and wine to bring to each of the shindigs you are invited to. This easy whipped beet ricotta dip with a zing of lemon zest is the perfect pair with a cool glass of Meiomi rosé wine.
It’s the season of bridal showers, patio parties, graduation gatherings… check out these easy dip recipes that you can bring to the next event you. Don’t show up empty handed!
Grab some puff pastry and make this asparagus vol au vent filled with pesto-mustard-cream cheese and topped with salmon flakes. It is light but still indulgent and buttery. Just before serving, finish with a lemon mustard glaze.
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Prosciutto Wrapped Avocado Bites are the perfect party appetizer. They’re an easy to make, no-bake finger food and come together in under 10 minutes with delicious Prosciutto di Parma.
Perfect for spring, these Asparagus, Goat Cheese and Prosciutto di Parma Crostini are easy enough for a quick bite for a friend or to serve a crowd.
Buttery savory rolls filled with bright garden pesto, mustard, and for that extra decadence, we’re throwing in a few strips of prosciutto. Dig into these one-pan Carrot Top and Green Garlic Pesto Rolls With Prosciutto and Broccolini.
Whether it’s a holiday or just a regular dinner with your family, Anitpasti is all you need to keep a group happy! I’ll show you how to assemble the perfect Antipasto Platter with Prosciutto di Parma.
Whether you are hosting friends or just enjoying the Oscars on your own couch, these popcorn and wine pairings from Will and Coral Frischkorn of Cured in Boulder are about to knock your socks off. Sweet, salty and gourmet, each pairing will make your tastebuds sing.
This recipe for Stuffed Grape Leaves by a Greek chef from Santorini will make you love Dolmades even more. And they are naturally dairy and gluten free!
Whether you’re a diehard football fan or just there for the commercials and food, a Super Bowl party requires a great snack line-up. It’s a given. Checkout these downright delicious game day recipes from renowned chefs and restaurants around the country to make your Super Bowl party a success.
Soy sauce brings more than a salty flavor to a dish, it packs rich, umami notes that can’t be beat. Check out these four flavorful Super Bowl foods made even better thanks to soy sauce.
Guacamole. It’s great for game day dip, but it can be used for so much more than that. Check out these delicious dips, wraps and apps to make with guacamole.
Eating well doesn’t have to mean sacrificing great flavor, delicious dishes or your satisfaction. Annie Bell is out with a new cookbook, Low Carb Express: Cut the carbs with 130 deliciously healthy recipes, to help us eat well while we boost our fruit, vegetables and proteins.
Need a delightful party appetizer? Make and serve fried oysters with a deviled egg sauce from Chef Kevin Johnson of The Grocery. They’re perfect with a glass of bubbly!
These 3-Ingredient Cranberry Bites are an easy appetizer for a party. Made with Puff Pastry, Brie Cheese, and Cranberry Sauce, it’s a delicious starter to any gathering.
Mushroom Bruschetta with Triple Cream Brie, Sage and Truffle Oil – a surprisingly easy appetizer that tastes amazing and looks elegant! Plus, it pairs perfectly with sparkling Prosecco Superiore wine.
A 6 Step Tutorial on How to create the best dairy free cheese platter, with delicious vegan Italian cheese and lots of healthy and whole food add ons!
This easy winter cheeseboard paired with Beaujolais wine makes holiday entertaining a snap. Plus, to sure to check out the recipe for a five-minute pomegranate chèvre cheeseball.
It’s December, the most festive month of the year! With all of the shopping, events, and travel this time of year, my favorite holiday party recipes are ones that are delicious and fun, but also really quick and easy. Enter, Beet, Mustard and Fennel Appetizers served with classic Martini cocktails.
Looking for an incredibly easy appetizer that is guaranteed to be a crowd pleaser? These Honey Mustard-Glazed, Bacon-Wrapped Brussel Sprouts are made with just 5 ingredients and are such a hit.
These mini hasselback potatoes are crispy and just the rite size to be served as a party appetizer. Rosemary and a Dijon mustard butter take these bites to the next level.
Entertaining during the holiday season can be a blast or it can seem daunting. Check out these holiday entertaining tips complete with appetizer recipes that pair with the ever-festive Prosecco Superiore wine for a stress-free, yet elegant, holiday gathering.
Ready or not, the holiday season is here. Try this super easy and delicious crostini with a kick that will impress your guests at your next gathering. This roast beef crostini with Dijon Horseradish Sauce is so simple to make.
Holiday festivities are here, which for me means two things: cocktails and hors d’oeuvres! One of my favorite things about this time of year is creating the drinks and small bites that my family enjoys when we all get together.
These Sausage Bites are simmered in white wine and served with a creamy, spicy mustard dipping sauce. They’re a delicious party appetizer that cooks up quickly.
These Homemade, Gluten Free Pretzel Sticks with Maple Mustard Dip are a delicious appetizer idea for the holiday season. Easy, crunchy finger food that everyone will love!
A great way to uplift your regular hummus, is to add a little smack of Maille Honey Dijon Mustard. This Honey Dijon Hummus could be your quick holiday appetizer.
Creamy, thanks to the avocado, and full of flavor from the Maille Old Style mustard, this avocado-mustard dip is great with fresh vegetables, crackers, pretzels or dolloped on a cheese board.
These crispy potato bites are so simple to make but, instead of dipping them in an egg mixture to adhere the breadcrumbs, brush them with mustard. They are cheesy, comforting and so flavorful