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From the celebrated restaurant L’Auberge Chez Francois in Great Falls, Virginia, this cottage cheese dip is best served with garlic bread — although you’ll probably want to just eat it with a spoon.
Sweet, salty, spicy, and rosemary-infused, they are the perfect nibbling food. Serve them with cocktails, enjoy them as a snack or give them as a gift. But don’t say I didn’t warn you: they are crazy addictive!
Spiked with sriracha, these deviled eggs are truly devilish and pop-in-your-mouthable.
This dip is an American riff on htipiti, the salty, tangy feta spread that’s typically served as part of a Mediterranean mezze.
Store-bought puff pastry makes this elegant appetizer super easy to make.
You can’t have a holiday party without these mini meatballs made from beef and pork in a light cream sauce.
These crisp and flaky cheese straws specked with fresh herbs and crushed red chili flakes may look like bread sticks, but they are so much more.
Slightly sweet, salty and spiced with an exotic blend of cinnamon, cumin and paprika, this stuff is downright habit-forming.
The secret to making great crab cakes is to use fresh lump crab meat and go light on the filler. These have just enough filler to bind the crabmeat together and also add great flavor.