It’s July 4th tomorrow, so here’s a recipe for some pretty neat sliders. Sweet Pepper Bunless Sliders, great as passed hors d’oeuvres, part of a buffet or as an appetizer.Read More
Simple Goat Cheese Quiche is a nice and easy brunch or lunch dish. It’s super tasty and versatile, use whatever tasty fresh greens you have in the fridge.
There are so many people searching the web for easy to make dishes while they’re at home, sheltering in place. Quiche is one of the top ten lists of searches on my blog, so here’s another recipe to whet your appetite.Read More
Heavy hors d’oeuvres are a welcome addition to a holiday party. So if you’re in the party mood and in need of a dish that can hold up to an abundant supply of cocktails try Smoky Bacon Wrapped Chicken.Read More
Garlic Chive Avocado Dip is nice and simple to make and very tasty. It’s the perfect no need to cook appetizer that will satisfy you and your guests until you are ready to serve the next course.Read More
If you serve Roast Lamb Denver Ribs at your holiday party you will have some very happy guests. Roast Lamb Denver Ribs are made for sharing, cut them up and serve as an hors d’oeuvre.
It is truly cliche to call this dish delicious, of course it is!Read More
Today’s recipe, Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Chestnut Soup, is a holiday special and ideal served as an appetizer or hors d’oeuvre. Garnished with crushed walnuts and bacon, its rich flavor will likely evoke festive joy.Read More
I’m back! I’ve been absent from diversedinners.com for a little while – mia culpa.
I’ve been traveling, like I do, and the break from the kitchen threw my creative senses off for a little bit. Thankfully my travels provided much inspiration, and today’s recipe, fried okra bites with pepper dip, is the result of one recent inspiration.
I love an appetizer or canapé that provides a really interesting opener to a meal or cocktail party. Something that requires little effort, saving your culinary strengths for the main course or more complex bites. Spinach bacon strawberry crostini ticks all those boxes, and because of its mix of meat and fruit, never fails to surprise those who are lucky enough to get a taste.
Stuffed long hot peppers have been my labor of love for a while. I must’ve tested this recipe about ten times, and now I’m ready to share it with you.
Turnip greens parcels. What the heck is that?! I’m sure that’s what you’re saying right now.
Well, the clue is in the name. They’re ground meat sautéd in onions, garlic and spices wrapped in turnip greens leaves.