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EASY-PEASY HORS d’OEUVRES - Guest Post by Kim Hendrickson, Salvia Press

Monday, November 27th 2017 @ 3:15 PM

It is either the Gemini in me (the need for variety) or I was born with a “miniature gene” because I love small things; especially when it comes to food. Give me a choice between 3-4 different small bites and a big piece of something delicious, I will ALWAYS pick the small bites.

With the holiday season upon up, my head is  “spinning with hor d’oeuvres” while other are lucky if they even think of “dancing sugarplums”. Below is a new recipe I have just tried and it is so delicious with only three ingredients.

Remember old timey hors d’oeuvres called Angels on Horseback? They were popular in the 40’s & 50’s and they were simply bacon wrapped oysters. This recipe is a lighter, trendier version of that classic.

APPLES ON HORSEBACK

Yield: 16

16 slices of pancetta

1 pink lady apple, peeled, cut into 16 wedges

3 oz Manchego cheese, sliced into ¼” thick, cut into 2 by-1/2-inch sticks

16 two-inch rosemary sprigs or toothpicks

 

Preheat grill pan.

Arrange pancetta slices on a work surface and place and apple wedge and cheese stick in the center of each slice. Wrap pancetta around filling and secure with a sprig of rosemary or toothpicks.

Grill until pancetta is golden and crispy and cheese melted or in the oven under broiler @ 5-6”. Serve hot.

 

~ Kim Hendrickson, Salvia Press

 

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KIM HENDRICKSON, author of the Tastefully Small cookbook series, has been teaching for nearly twenty years. A regular instructor at the John C. Campbell Folk School, she is a frequent speaker at culinary events throughout the U.S.  She has catered for The Travel Channel’s Bizarre Food Show, the New York Metropolitan Opera, the Penguin Repertory Theater. And TV’s “Slangman”, David Burke. Kim's book, "Finger Sandwiches", is the only one of its kind, dedicated exclusively to a celebration of unique and flavorful tea sandwiches, and her "Savory Bites" and "Dessert Canapes" books help round out the Tastefully Small series to make any gathering both fun and delicious. If Kim has one abiding passion, it’s helping people find their inner chef.  From the importance of selecting the proper ingredients, to garnish and plating ideas, to shortcuts that can help reduce the stress of planning an event, the sole aim of Kim’s passion for food and teaching is to make sure it’s as much about the joy of creating something beautiful as it is sharing that food with others. See http://www.SalviaPress.com

   

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