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Cheese Appetizers

Serving cheese appetizers is an easy and delicious way to start a meal. Choose from prepared appetizers including mac and cheese bites, cheddar-bacon grilled cheese, bite-size quesadillas, cheese assortments, Brie en croute, mini quiches and tarts, Brie artichoke crab dip, and more.
Brand: Cumberland House
$16.15
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<strong>Puff Pastry Perfection</strong><em> is more than just another collection of baked goods. It is a burst of extraordinary fl...avors that surprise and delight, along with foolproof instructions to make home cooks into baking heroes. </em></p> <p>Puff pastry is the royalty of pastries?crisp, flaky, and especially light, it literally rises to any occasion. And although preparing homemade puff pastry is a labor-intensive process, <strong><i>Puff Pastry Perfection</i></strong> shows that a package of frozen puff pastry sheets makes the magnificence of puff pastry accessible to home cooks everywhere. </p> <p>Oh, the enchanting creations that await! Frozen puff pastry can be used to quickly and easily render classics such as napoleons, <strong>cream puffs</strong>, strudels, turnovers, palmiers, mille-feuille, and <strong>French tarts</strong>. It can be twisted into appetizer sticks, cut into tartlet shapes, used as a<strong> quick pie</strong> or <strong>quiche crust</strong>, folded over savory appetizer fillings, molded over <strong>casserole fillings </strong>to create one-step pot pie "lids," or rolled and slice into elegant, but oh-so-easy cookies. </p> <p> The result? How about portobello napoleons, <strong>wasabi shrimp puffs</strong>, dried cherry and almond baked brie, or spicy cumin cheese straws for starters? For supper consider chile relleno quiche, <strong>puff pastry po' boys</strong>, pizza bianco with prosciutto, arugula and parmesan or chipotle and cheese beef pot pie. Next, the sweets: miniatures such as ginger-lime sugar twists, <strong>southern pecan crisps</strong>, fresh mango napoleons, and <strong>puff pastry cinnamon rolls</strong>, all perfect for teatime or an anytime nibble. And finally the grand desserts: from lemon-blackberry cobbler to <strong>chocolate-walnut strudel</strong> to <strong>caramel apple dumplings</strong>, there's a sweet treat for every taste and occasion. read more

Wind & Willow
$4.99 $3.49
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Real Feta cheese, Green and Kalamata Olives, and a hint of garlic help to create this super savory sensation. Great to spread on b...read and heat in the oven till warm and bubbly. And you will definitely want to check out the easy ???Greek Pasta??? Recipe. read more

Chef Boyardee
$21.05
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You know you love the delicious flavors of Chef Boyardee, but did you know that behind this real great food is a real great chef? ... Before there was Chef Boyardee, there was Hector Boiardi. And it's time you met the real great chef behind this real great food. The Chef Boyardee brand is named after its founder, Hector Boiardi. Born in Italy in 1897, Boiardi immigrated to the U.S. in 1914, and followed his brother to the kitchen of The Plaza Hotel in New York City, where he quickly worked his way up to head chef. In 1924, Boiardi opened the Il Giardino d'Italia (The Garden of Italy) restaurant in Cleveland, Ohio. It was a smash, and when customers began asking him for his recipes and ingredients, he got the idea to sell his culinary creations. Thus, an empire was born. Chef Hector opened a factory in 1928. He introduced his products to America a year later, touting his now-famous spaghetti dinner as a delicious and economical choice to serve to the entire family. Proud of his Italian heritage, Boiardi sold his products under the brand name "Chef Boy-Ar-Dee" so that his American customers could pronounce it properly. ABOUT CONAGRA Chef Boyardee is a member of the ConAgra Foods family, one of the largest packaged foods companies in North America with major presence in retail outlets, foodservice and restaurants, and in ingredients. Our more than 70 brands--which include favorites such as Pam, Hunt's, Healthy Choice, Wesson, Swiss Miss, Rotel, Peter Pan, Marie Callender's, Hebrew National, Wolf Brand Chili, Rosarita, Egg Beaters, Orville Redenbacher's, and more--are in 96% of U.S. households, and more than 30% of ConAgra Foods brands are number one in their category. read more

Chef Boyardee
$11.76
at Amazon

You know you love the delicious flavors of Chef Boyardee, but did you know that behind this real great food is a real great chef? ... Before there was Chef Boyardee, there was Hector Boiardi. And it's time you met the real great chef behind this real great food. The Chef Boyardee brand is named after its founder, Hector Boiardi. Born in Italy in 1897, Boiardi immigrated to the U.S. in 1914, and followed his brother to the kitchen of The Plaza Hotel in New York City, where he quickly worked his way up to head chef. In 1924, Boiardi opened the Il Giardino d'Italia (The Garden of Italy) restaurant in Cleveland, Ohio. It was a smash, and when customers began asking him for his recipes and ingredients, he got the idea to sell his culinary creations. Thus, an empire was born. Chef Hector opened a factory in 1928. He introduced his products to America a year later, touting his now-famous spaghetti dinner as a delicious and economical choice to serve to the entire family. Proud of his Italian heritage, Boiardi sold his products under the brand name "Chef Boy-Ar-Dee" so that his American customers could pronounce it properly. ABOUT CONAGRA Chef Boyardee is a member of the ConAgra Foods family, one of the largest packaged foods companies in North America with major presence in retail outlets, foodservice and restaurants, and in ingredients. Our more than 70 brands--which include favorites such as Pam, Hunt's, Healthy Choice, Wesson, Swiss Miss, Rotel, Peter Pan, Marie Callender's, Hebrew National, Wolf Brand Chili, Rosarita, Egg Beaters, Orville Redenbacher's, and more--are in 96% of U.S. households, and more than 30% of ConAgra Foods brands are number one in their category. read more

CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
$7.93
at Amazon

Looking For Easy To Make Game Day Recipes That You And Your Buddies Can Enjoy? You've Come To The Right Place Suitable for parti...es, game days and any other occasion! You'll Learn To Make Delicious Recipes Including... ?Nuts: Sweet & Tangy Tap House Mix, Crackling Nut Brittle, Spicy Friday Nuts & Many More! ?Chips: Barbecue Chips, Kale Chips, Sweet Potato Chips & Many More! ?A Plethora of Different Football Fries Recipes ?Delicious Dips Inluding Sweet Beer Mustard Dip, Smoky Hangout Hummus, Parmesan & Artichoke Dip & Many More! ?Superbowl Salsas Such As Spicy Apple, Hot Pepper & Tomato, Fruity Salsa & More! ?Ballgame Burgers! Turkey Feta Burgers, Blue Bacon Burgers, Grilled Tomato & Basil Sliders & More! read more

The Perfect Bite Co.

This delicious casserole blends rich bechamel and nutmeg with fresh spinach, fontina and Parmesan cheeses. Panko crumb toppingBake... until brownedOne 30 oz. dishServes: 4 to 6Shelf life: one year frozenHandmade in USA SPECIAL PROCESSING & DELIVERY This item ships from vendor and requires 2-3 business days of vendor processing time. Choose Rush delivery. Order will arrive within 4-5 business days from placement. - Color: No Color read more

The Perfect Bite Co.

Delicious gluten-free, bite-sized quiches with roasted red peppers, spinach, and chopped mushrooms folded into smooth parmesan che...ese. Includes: 24 quiches. Serves 12. 14 oz.. Shelf life: 18 months frozen. Made in USA. Please note: Frozen quiche arrives raw and must be fully cooked. - Color: No Color read more

Chef Boyardee
$50.61
at Amazon

You know you love the delicious flavors of Chef Boyardee, but did you know that behind this real great food is a real great chef? ... Before there was Chef Boyardee, there was Hector Boiardi. And it's time you met the real great chef behind this real great food. The Chef Boyardee brand is named after its founder, Hector Boiardi. Born in Italy in 1897, Boiardi immigrated to the U.S. in 1914, and followed his brother to the kitchen of The Plaza Hotel in New York City, where he quickly worked his way up to head chef. In 1924, Boiardi opened the Il Giardino d'Italia (The Garden of Italy) restaurant in Cleveland, Ohio. It was a smash, and when customers began asking him for his recipes and ingredients, he got the idea to sell his culinary creations. Thus, an empire was born. Chef Hector opened a factory in 1928. He introduced his products to America a year later, touting his now-famous spaghetti dinner as a delicious and economical choice to serve to the entire family. Proud of his Italian heritage, Boiardi sold his products under the brand name "Chef Boy-Ar-Dee" so that his American customers could pronounce it properly. ABOUT CONAGRA Chef Boyardee is a member of the ConAgra Foods family, one of the largest packaged foods companies in North America with major presence in retail outlets, foodservice and restaurants, and in ingredients. Our more than 70 brands--which include favorites such as Pam, Hunt's, Healthy Choice, Wesson, Swiss Miss, Rotel, Peter Pan, Marie Callender's, Hebrew National, Wolf Brand Chili, Rosarita, Egg Beaters, Orville Redenbacher's, and more--are in 96% of U.S. households, and more than 30% of ConAgra Foods brands are number one in their category. read more

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