|Webster defines Appetizer
as a food or drink taken before a meal to stimulate the
Sometimes those fancy
little things stimulate your appetite way to much and by
the time dinner arrives you have reached your fill.
Our answer for Appetizers
are Sunday afternoons, Friday evenings, or just anytime
you don't feel like cooking.
Remember I said when you don't
feel like cooking, so we have to make these easy and
My answers is this nifty little Crock
Pot, in fact 2 are even better than 1!! Give it a try
Rival White Crock Pot, 1.5 qts.
2 Can Bean Dip
1 Can Bean with
1 Can Cheddar
1 Tbls. dried
1 tesp. garlic
1/2 tesp. chili
power (or to taste)
Add all to slower
cooker and cook until warmed through, serve
with scoop type chips.
You could also try
Select Brands FB-77 Pro Pots Football Design Slow Cooker
for that special football fan in your
family. Dip works great here also.
This one makes great Little Smokes with
Why not nibble
on Finger Drumsticks
pounds chicken wings - 12 to 15
salt and pepper
1 cup chicken bouillon
1 tablespoon cornstarch
teaspoon ground ginger
1/8 teaspoon pepper
3 tablespoons lemon juice
2 tablespoons soy sauce
1/8 teaspoon garlic salt
Cut off and
discard wing tips; divide each wing in half
by cutting through joint with a sharp knife.
Sprinkle wings with salt and pepper. Place
in slow-cooking pot. Pour bouillon over
chicken. Cover and cook on low for 4 to 5
hours or until tender.
Drain; place on broiler pan. Meanwhile, in
small saucepan, combine cornstarch with
sugar, salt, ginger, pepper, lemon juice,
soy sauce and garlic salt. Simmer, stirring
constantly, until mixture thickens. Brush
some sauce on chicken; brown under broiler.
Turn; brush sauce on chicken and brown other
side. Makes about 25 to 30 appetizers.
Recipe may be doubled for a party. Keep
appetizers hot and serve from slow-cooking