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Best Wine Appetizers

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Best appetizers to serve with a bottle of red or white wine at a dinner party or with a friend

Rated 6 points - posted 11 years ago by WritingJennie in category Food & Drink.
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Prosciutto wrapped breadsticks Report Abuse
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Mini Quiche Report Abuse
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Prosciutto Bruschetta Report Abuse
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Bruschetta Report Abuse
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Prosciutto and Melon with Port-Pepper Sauce Report Abuse
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Cheese Slices on apple Report Abuse
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Cheese Fondue Report Abuse
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Parmesan Cheese Chips (Frico) Report Abuse
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Salami with White Truffle Oil Report Abuse
At a deli counter somewhere in Little Italy, Philly I happened to grab a sample of a cracker with a thin slice of salami on top of it, finished off with a mere couple of drops of white truffle oil and...I nearly needed smelling salts to bring me back to reality. The second sample was tasted following a sip of some label-less red wine, and then not even smelling salts could save me then. Try this for any wine occasion, and remember that less is more when it comes to the thickness of the salami and the amount of truffle oil.
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Nuts and cheese plate Report Abuse
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Cured Olives Report Abuse
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Salami/ cheese cube/ olive tray Report Abuse
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Smoked Salmon Canapés Report Abuse
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Cherry Tomatoes Stuffed with smoked Trout Mousse Report Abuse
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Red Grapes Report Abuse
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Piave cheese and crackers Report Abuse
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Manchego Cheese Report Abuse
Manchego is a well-known imported Spanish cheese that is known to quite literally burst in your mouth when paired with most wines, especially a red. It is Spain's most popular cheese because for the way it explodes on your palate. Made from 100% sheep's milk in an area of rocky terrain, when this cheese is paired with wine it is quite divine.
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Tapenade Report Abuse
All you have to do for this simple appetizer is puree some olives with a little bit of olive oil. You can add herbs, garlic, anchovies and any type of seasonings you like. Put out some small bread sticks or crackers and you have an instant wine pairing. It is a great idea to make one basic batch and then add different ingredients to portions of that batch. That way there is a variety of flavors for people to try.
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Cranberry/ Cheese Platter Report Abuse
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Roasted Almonds Report Abuse
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Pitted Dates Report Abuse
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