December 12, 2012

Giveaway - Holiday recipes in need!

The holiday parties are stacking up and I'm really looking to wow with some fabulous appetizer and cocktail recipes. So, I'm bribing you by offering.... to 1 lucky winner, 25 note cards, printed in black thermography (raised printing) on fantastically thick 130# off white linen.




These are 5"x3.5 (RSVP card size) and are oh so cute, right? :)
Please, enter to win by leaving a comment with your fav appetizer recipe or cocktail recipe... you don't even have to leave the entire recipe, just tell me the name and I'll google it :)
A winner will be announced Monday. Please don't forget to let me know how to contact you :)

**shipping free within US only. If you are outside of the US and win, you will need to pay for shipping**


12 comments:

Lauren said...

So-this recipe is by far the easiest thing you will ever make and manages to be the first to be eaten up at any party I have. My grandmother and mom made it for everything and and now my in laws request it at their holidays!

Get 1 Hebrew National Hard Salami (at my grocery store its kept near the hot dogs). If I am serving a large amount of people I buy it at BJs or Costco as they have the larger size. I score the salami and put it on a piece of tinfoil. I then pour a jar of orange marmelade over the salami (i use a small jar if I'm making the smaller size and large jar if making the larger size). Wrap it up in the foil and put it in the oven around 275 degrees for 4-5 hours. It is delish!!!

Lauren said...

and I can be reached at laurenbmikels@gmail.com

Thanks!

Blush Paperie said...

Sounds yummy!!! Do people eat it on crackers or on bread?

jessica renee said...

My absolute favorite appetizer is similar to Lauren's except that it's the block of cream cheese covered in jalapeno jelly or some other type of sweet marmalade. It's so yummy and probably the easiest thing ever. I even came across this idea the other day for doing it for a Christmas party: http://www.flickr.com/photos/bettycrockerrecipes/4163567733/in/photostream

And favorite new drink? Pomosas - pomegranate juice and champagne! :)

jessica @ youaremycolor.com

Blush Paperie said...

Jessica, you are so right! I've had both of those and forgotten about them... they are SO good!

Lauren said...

Hi Again,
I usually just serve mine with toothpicks and people slice it and eat it by itself, but you could definitely also serve it with those mini slices of rye bread and it would be so yummy!

Anne Lee Groves said...

We love doing proscuitto wrapped dates--super easy and always a crowd favorite! Just get some pitted dates, split them open and stuff with goat cheese, and wrap it with a slice of proscuitto. Pop it in the oven to get them crisped up and you're done!

anne.lee.groves at gmail dot com

Blush Paperie said...

Anne, that sounds SO good. I am a HUGE prosciutto and goat cheese fan! Will definitely have to try this!

Felicia Khublall said...

My favorite appetizer is steamed asparagus wrapped with proscuitto. I use about to stalks per slice of proscuitto. Its so easy and everybody goes crazy for them at holiday parties!

Erin Jereb said...

I make Flaky Tomato and Mozzerella Tart every year for our New Year's Eve party. It's usually the first thing that's gone. This appitizer has no meat, which is a very bold thing to try in College Station, Texas. Last year, 3 guys ate it and I didn't even hear any complaints muttered...

Here it is.
http://www.realsimple.com/food-recipes/browse-all-recipes/flaky-tomato-mozzarella-tart-00000000060004/index.html

Basically, preheat oven to 425, flour your surface and roll 1/2 sheet of puff pastry to 9x6 rectangle. Place on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper and refrigerate 30 min. Prick dough all over with a fork and top with 1 cup grape tomatoes and 4 oz grated mozzerella. Drizzle with olive oil and season with a sprinkle of salt and pepper. Bake until golden 20-25 minute. Cut into pieces.
Oh. My. Gosh. Yall.

jessica renee said...

I forgot to tell you that I received the cards and just love them so much!! Thank you again!

Blush Paperie said...

Jessica, you are so welcome! So glad you love them :)

 
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