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    Need meat based appetizer/party food ideas

    I'm going to a party in a couple days that is kind of potluck. I saw the list of what people are bringing. dessert, dessert, dessert, pasta, pita and dip, etc. etc. etc.

    It is over the dinner hour and I wont have a chance to eat beforehand as I have to help set up. So what substantial meat based yet still appetizery/party style food could I bring. (not shrimp....main guest is seafood allergic)
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    chicken skewers, scallops wrapped in bacon (or for that matter anything wrapped in bacon), meatballs in sauce, sausage stuffed jalapenos

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    Asparagus wrapped with bacon. I have quite a few good ones - but all contain seafood (salmon).

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    beef roulades...small bits of flattened, seasoned beef wrapped around some other food, like veggies, cheese, pickles, etc. and put on a tooth pick.

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    Stuffed mushrooms.

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    Meat skewers of whatever type, meatballs, little crustless quiches with whatever fillings you like, deviled eggs (not quite meat but still tasty protein), some type of seasoned rib bites, chicken wings.
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    Chicken liver paté (the Nourishing Traditions recipe is good) and veggies to dip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    Chicken liver paté (the Nourishing Traditions recipe is good) and veggies to dip.
    The good thing about chicken liver pate is that you wouldn't have to share it.

    Lori

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    Bacon wrapped scallops.
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    I was going to suggest chicken satay without the peanut sauce...maybe a substitute for peanuts....?

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