Hungry Happenings: Celebrate the coming of spring with flower appetizers and a giveaway.

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Celebrate the coming of spring with flower appetizers and a giveaway.


My favorite season used to be the fall, but more and more I look forward to spring like kids look forward to summer break. This year, my anticipation isn't nearly as child like because we've had such a mild and sunny winter. January and February are usually torture for me, not due to the cold temperatures, which I don't mind at all, it has to do with the lack of sunshine. I crave it and find my days are so much more productive when the skies are blue. Spring has come early here and I couldn't be more thrilled.  The grass is already turning green and birds are fluttering by, singing as they go. When I took my dogs for a walk earlier, I even saw some flowers beginning to bloom.

I think that is something to celebrate, don't you? So, I created some colorful flower shaped appetizers to share with you today. Each baked cup is made from a flower shaped egg roll wrapper and is filled with creamy goat cheese and roasted red pepper pesto. They are decorated with a sprig of Italian parsley and a dot of basil pesto. These bite sized appetizers look lovely on their own, but displayed on my new Nambé Morphik Two-Tiered Server, they really shine. 

Recently, the kind folks at Nambé allowed me to choose a serving piece from their incredible collection of award winning, handcrafted designs to use to display one of my recipes. It was so hard to choose my favorite piece, as their serveware, flatware, dinnerware, barware, and home decor pieces made of stainless steel, fine porcelain, full-lead crystal, copper, or their signature alloy are all exquisite. After spending over an hour looking at every piece on their website, I decided that anything I could make would look amazing if it were served on this Morphik Two-Tiered Server which is 12" high and 15" wide and is constructed of Nambé's signature alloy and smoked glass. 

Now I'm not the kind of girl who gets giddy over a new pair of shoes or swoons over a shiny new car, but when I opened the box and pulled out this beautiful serving piece and set it on my sleek glass and stainless steel dining room table, I did let out a little squeal. My husband wondered what had gotten me so excited, but wasn't surprised at all once he came into the room to see me standing there admiring the new addition to my dining room.

I was so pleased with my new Morphik Two-Tiered Server and want to share that joy with one of you.  I'm giving one of these stunning serving pieces away. O.K., really Nambé is giving one away, but I get to be the one to give the winner the good news. But, before we get to that, let me share this delectable appetizer recipe.


Flower Crisps filled with Creamy Goat Cheese and Roasted Red Pepper Pesto (makes 14)

Ingredients: 

2 cloves garlic
1 teaspoon, plus 3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
1/4 cup blanched almonds, slivered or sliced
7 egg roll wrappers*
1 - 12 ounce net weight jar of roasted red peppers, drained and patted dry
1 tablespoon chopped flat leaf Italian parsley, plus 14 leaves for decoration
1 teaspoon fresh squeezed lemon juice
1/4 cup freshly grated Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese (or Parmesan)
salt and pepper, to taste
2 teaspoons basil pesto
4 ounces creamy goat cheese or cream cheese

*You will cut 14 flowers out of 7 egg roll wrappers. If you prefer not to have flower shaped cups, you can cut circles out of the egg roll wrappers or use round won ton wrappers instead.

Supplies Needed:

aluminum foil
baking sheet
3 3/4" flower cookie cutter
mini muffin pans
food processor or blender
disposable pastry bag or zip top bag

Instructions:

Place a small piece of aluminum foil on a baking sheet. Set two garlic cloves on foil. Drizzle with 1 teaspoon oil. Wrap up foil around garlic and place in oven. Turn oven on to 350 degrees. Roast for 35 minutes. Remove from oven and allow to cool. Cut off the ends off each garlic clove and squeeze out the roasted garlic. Dispose of the outer paper like peel. Set aside.

Spread almonds on the baking sheet and place in oven to roast until golden brown for 5-7 minutes, stirring them half way through. Keep a close eye on the almonds so they don't burn. Allow to cool.


To make the flower shaped cups:

Turn a mini muffin pan upside down. Use a flower shaped cookie cutter to cut out 14 flowers from the egg roll wrappers. In order to get two flowers out of each wrapper, cut the first flower as close to the edges of one corner as possible.

Drape the flowers over the mini muffin cups, leaving room in between each. Bake for 4 minutes, then rotate the pan and return it to the oven for 3-4 more minutes until the flower cups are golden brown. Allow to cool, then remove them from the muffin pans.

While the flower cups are baking, make the roasted red pepper pesto:

Combine roasted red peppers, roasted garlic, toasted almonds, chopped flat leaf Italian parsley, lemon juice, Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese, and 3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil in the bowl of a food processor or blender.  Pulse until well blended but not smooth. Season with salt and pepper.


To create your appetizers:

Spoon a heaping teaspoon of creamy goat cheese or cream cheese into the bottom of each flower cup. Press it down into the cup using the back of your spoon. Press one parsley leaf into the cheese in each cup, allowing the leaf to jut out from the side of the cup. Spoon a heaping teaspoon of the roasted red pepper into each cup. Spoon the basil pesto into a disposable pastry bag or zip top bag. Cut off the tip. Pipe a small dot of pesto into the center of each flower cup.

Your appetizers are ready to serve.


A few notes about this recipe:

You can make the roasted red pepper pesto several days ahead of time if you store it in an airtight container in the the refrigerator. The cups will also keep for several days if stored at room temperature. Fill the cups shortly before you are ready to serve them so they stay crispy. Do not refrigerate filled cups as they will get soggy.

These pretty flowers could also be made using roasted yellow peppers which would look lovely on the table at a bridal shower or ladies luncheon. You can easily double or triple this recipe to meet your needs.


Wouldn't you just love to have one of these beautiful Nambé Morphik Two-Tiered Server to display these lovely appetizers at your next party? You just might be the lucky winner and have one delivered directly to your door. All you have to do is enter my giveaway to win. Good luck to you all.



Giveaway/Sweepstakes

Prize:

Mandatory Entry: 
Leave a comment below. That's it. It's that simple. You can tell me what you think about the recipe, the two-tiered server, the weather, whatever.

But, if you'd like to increase your chances of winning you can do any of the following to get bonus entries.

Extra entries:  
1 entry if you visit the Nambé website and come back here and tell me which piece is your favorite.
1 entry if you "Like" Hungry Happenings on Facebook
1 entry if you if you "Like" Nambé on Facebook

Leave a separate comment for each entry.

Contest runs through March 26, 2012. Winner to be drawn at random from all valid entries. Entrants must reside in the United States and be over 18 years of age. Void where prohibited by law. No purchase necessary. Odds of winning are based on the total number of valid entries (maximum of four entries per person.) Winner will be notified and have 72 hours to respond. If the winner doesn't  respond in that time frame another winner will be chosen. This contest is sponsored by Nambé, but all of my opinions mentioned above are true and honest. I hope whoever wins loves their serving piece as much as I do. Good luck.

If you like the recipe presented above or are excited about this contest, please share it with others by using the share buttons below. I really appreciate being Stumbled Upon and Pinned, and am always grateful to those of you that share my ideas on your website. I do request that you don't post my entire tutorial, but rather share a picture with a link. If you make this recipe, I'd love for you to send me a photo to beth@hungryhappenings.com so that I can share it in my Reader's Gallery. I link my recipes up to lots of websites that are listed hereThank you for visiting Hungry Happenings - Beth

Items used in this recipe available on Amazon.com. (Roasted Red Peppers are priced for 3jars.)

273 comments:

  1. The two tiered server is beautiful and that looks like a great appetizer.

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  2. My favorite Nambe piece is the Fruit Tree Bowl

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  3. I had already "liked" Hungry Happenings on FB so I don't know if this will count as another entry or not; but here it is anyway.

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    1. Yes, it counts! Thanks for following on Facebook.

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  4. I really like the 2 tier server, it would be nice to have two of them and put them on alternate sides of a table.

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  5. Wow, I have never hear of Nambe before, I like the Tilt Decanter, the tilt is a nice addition to the normal decanters you see.

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  6. Would love to win! You are soo talented, can't wait to try out this recipe.

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  7. My husband grew up in northern New Mexico and his family uses Nambe pieces on a near daily basis.

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  8. I love the Bias Pitcher and Copper Canyon Pitcher. I am familiar with the thermal retention properties of the Nambe alloy and a pitcher in the summer time would be fabulous for keeping cocktails cold.

    I also love the Heritage Pebble Bowls and the Copper Canyon Bowls.

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    1. Oh, I bet your right about the pitcher. They would really keep things cold and look stunning at the same time.

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  9. This is a super cool display and awesome sounding recipe. darlabeck@yahoo.com

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  10. I have never heard of Nabe before either. I love the piece and would love to win it. You have a wonderful site and thank you for sharing all of your wonderful ideas.

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  11. Those appetizers are stunning! Perfect for Easter!

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  12. Gorgeous,gorgeous,gorgeous! Server and appetizers.

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  13. Those appetizers are so cute! Makes me actually want to try to eat the roasted red peppers (which I have never dared to try before since I can't eat anything remotely spicy and those seem like something that would be). Love your website and all the amazing ideas you come up with!! Thanks for the giveaway!

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    1. Thanks Kristen. The roasted red peppers are actually made with sweet red bell peppers. They aren't spicy at all or I wouldn't eat them either. I can't handle even a slight amount of spice in my food. I've seen jars of spicy red peppers, but they will say hot or spicy on the jar.

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  14. I have never heard of Nambe before, but they have stunning items. I love the Copper Canyon 3 Tier Server!!

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    1. I absolutely love that Copper Canyon piece. It was my second choice, but being my house is filled with black, white, and stainless steal the other suited me better.

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    1. i like the scoop server and like both on facebook. you do awesome work the recipe i have to try. thanks for all your hard work.

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  16. Those are awesome appetizers, love that it looks great but also simple to do, but I LOVE that serving tier! WOW!

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  17. baking them on an upside down muffin pan is so clever!

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  18. the copper canyon bowl is gorgeous!

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  19. I like Hungry Happenings on Facebook.

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  20. I liked Nambe on facebook too!

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  21. I love love LOVE the server! It's beautiful!

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  22. I also really love the Scoop Server and the Marupa Divided Server!

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  23. I like Hungry Happenings on Facebook.

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  24. Awesome giveaway. Thank you

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  25. I love nambe. I have one bowl from them that has lasted 30 yrs so far...

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  26. Not to sound all nerdy, but But the Nambe Morphik two teired server looks like the Star Trek Enterprise. :O) It's wicked cute.

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  27. Heritage Pebble Handled Tray is my favorite

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  28. Love the flower shape it would be great with a dessert too!

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  29. Already like HH on FB

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  30. I liked nambe on fb!
    longleggedmomi26@aol.com

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  31. I love hungry happenings
    longleggedmomi26@aol.com

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  32. I host so many parties that this piece would be used a lot.
    longleggedmomi26@aol.com

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  33. You have so many great ideas!!
    longleggedmomi26@aol.com

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  34. What a beautiful serving dish! I would LOVE to have one in my collection. Thanks for sharing. I need to go see what other amazing products they have!

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  35. I have liked Hungry Happenings on facebook

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  36. Such a CUTE appetizer!! You're so creative!!! And I'm the same way - I LOVE dishes, especially serving pieces. It's a good thing I don't have a big house or any money.... :D Thanks for another great giveaway!!!

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  37. DANG, the only way I'll be able to own anything from Nambe is to win your giveaway! LOL! I honestly think you chose the best piece, but I also thought the caterpillar condiment dish was really cute. Love some of the crystal bowls, too... :D

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  38. That really is a clever idea using the cupcake pan and flower cookie cutter to form egg roll wrappers!! I will definitely have to make this appetizer; it looks so good!!!
    Beautiful serving tray makes the appetizer really stand out.

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  39. Wow, with this two-tiered server even my clumsy attempts at appetizers will look spectacular!! Thank you for hosting this give-away :)

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  40. Can't wait to try this appetizer!

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  41. I like the scoop server on Nambe!

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  42. I love the flow dispenser from Nambe'. Would love to win the givaway:)
    Just clicked like you on facebook. I love the creative things you come up with:) Thanks, Leanna (leannadc@hotmail.com)

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  43. I like Hungry Happenings on FB!

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  44. I like Nambe on FB!

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  45. I love your appetizers. Can't wait to give them a try! They look great on the 2 tier stand!
    Rita-Greer,SC
    rizita@yahoo.com

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  46. I would love to win this server. I love the way it doesn't take up much space and looks classy. Just found your site and love it. Thanks for sharing.

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  47. Do you really think we can choose one favorite from the Nambe website? LOL I think my favoite today is the scoop server. I love the look and how easy it is to get to the chips and the dip. I have gone to FB and "Liked" your website and Nambe. I hope I win the server. Thanks again for the give away and sharing.

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  48. This two-tiered server is gorgeous! I'm with you...shoes don't do anything for me, but I get giddy over dishes! Your appetizers look lovely too!
    Malissa Z.

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  49. I've never heard of Nambe until today...I went to their website even before I finished reading your post, and I loved it! They have gorgeous things! I've bookmarked it for viewing later! Thanks for introducing me to it.
    Malissa Z.

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  50. Oh my goodness, this is an amazing giveaway. I am a long time fan of Nambe and this piece is stunning. I love it~

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  51. I like Hungry Happenings on Facebook.

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  52. I went to the Nambe website, as I often do, and there are several things I would love. I love the Double Old Fashioned glassware, they are awesome. I also love the Azzuro vase and the pattern in general. I would love anything from Nambe!

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  53. I liked Hungry Happenings on facebook.

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  54. I liked Nambe on facebook. I really like the Heritage 3 Tier Server on the Nambe website!!! They have some really awesome serveware!

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  55. I visited the Nambe website and my favorite piece was the Heritage 3 Tier Server. (In my last post, I accidently put 2 entries together).

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  56. Love, love, love the flower crisps!!! They will make a great appetizer for Easter dinner and wow do they look pretty on the Nambe server!

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  57. Love the Nambe handled bowl!!

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  58. very pretty appetizer! they look like lotus blossoms!

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  59. I have looked at the Nambe site and love the Copper Canyon bowls, but I think you chose the same piece I would have!

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  60. I have to say that I love your recipes--so glad that I found your site. And my favorite Nambe piece is the Flow Dispenser. Thanks Heidi at mangojoespettreats@hotmail.com

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  61. The appetizer is the perfect recipe for spring!

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  62. My favorite Nambe piece is the twist coaster set!

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  63. Gorgeous!! Love the idea. I think this is perfect for cocktail party. :)

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  64. The wonton flower cups are adorable - I can see making them for a bridal shower and filling them with all kind of good things! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  65. I love the Double Tilt Old Fashioned glasses on the Nambe site. Everything's gorgeous!

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  66. I like Hungry Happenings on Facebook!

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  67. I love these flower-shaped appetizers. Stunning and sound delicious. Adding them to my repetoire pronto! THANK YOU!!

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  68. Just found this site today - wonderful stuff! My favorite piece was the bud vase, but I would love to win the two tiered serving piece!

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  69. I like Hungry Happenings on Facebook

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  70. I have one Nambe piece that I love. Another piece that is gorgeous is the 21-inch handled tray.

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  71. I love the Nambe Two Tiered Server in your post today. I went to the Nambe website and I loved the Anvil Quad Condiment Server. I also liked some of their copper pieces. Please enter me in the giveaway.

    Sheryl kismet218961103 (at) att dot net

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  72. The server is beautiful - I'd make sure it had a good home!

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  73. WOW! I love your presentation! I could eat a LOT of these beautiful appetizers!

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  74. The flower crisp appetizers are beautiful! And so is that serving piece!

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  75. Nambe has some gorgeous stuff! Wow. It's hard to pick just one, but I do love the Copper Canyon Bowl. And the Scoop Server, actually. That's really cool.

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  76. I "like" Hungry Happenings on FB.

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  77. Wow, what a nifty idea!

    catharine [dot] ellie [at] gmail [dot] com

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  78. I love the Nambe you chose. It would be a great addition for intertaining. Deanna Orsega (sent you an e-mail with my address)

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  79. I like HH on FB.

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  80. Such a cute and yummy idea!

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  81. Hi, my name's Vanesa and I'm from Argentina. I just wanted to say that I looove your recipes and ideas!!!!!! Your blog really inspires me to cook with my two sons!!!!! Thanks for sharing your recipes and your talent!!

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    1. I forgot to leave my email: vanemaquieira@yahoo.com
      Thanks for everything!!

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  82. I think the twist spice rack on their website is pretty cool esp with such limited space in my kitchen!

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  83. Can't wait to try the little flower cups...you can fill them with so many things!!

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  84. Love the Azzuro bowls and vases on Nambe website!

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  85. I like Nambe on Facebook... love their salad bowl set on the timeline page!

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  86. beautiful appetizers! Cant wait to make these

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  87. The recipe sounds interesting and easy. Love the two tiered server!

    thenovicehousewifeblog[at]gmail[dot]com

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  88. This recipe looks easy enough to make even for me. I like details that include photos because it helps me to know what the finished product should look like. And you're right. That Two-tiered Server is perfect for any display. I love the look of it.

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  89. delicious sounding and beautiful looking...making it for a potluck event next weekend!

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  90. I visited Nambe and I like the Copper canyon bowls, all sizes.

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  91. Hi I just discovered your site today. Your food is beautiful and I must admit, somewhat intimidating. Hope to try a recipe or two soon. thanks for the inspiration.

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  92. wow - that Copper Canyon Cake stand is spectacular!

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  93. Those are so pretty, I will have to remember how to do it for my daughter's lunches.

    Thanks for linking up to Friday Food at Momtrends.com!

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  94. I'll have to remember how to make the cup so cute.

    rierie11booger (@) yahoo.com

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  95. i would love this 2 tier server






    rbrewster1978@yahoo.com

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  96. I love all nambe products, but I especially love the new dinnerware line .

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  97. This is such a gorgeous creation and so perfect for spring. What a adorable recipe! :) I would love to win this elegant Nambé Morphik Two-Tiered Server!

    amy [at] utry [dot] it

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  98. Nambe's products are simply stunning! Each one is a piece of art and so beautiful! It's so hard to pick just one favorite but I have a thing for cake stands....I'm totally in love with this Copper Canyon Cake Stand! http://www.nambe.com/namb/ctl10101/cp59121/si4167062/cl1/copper_canyon_cake_stand?&query=cake+stand&hits=45&sortby=-price&pageType=1&offset=&CategoryPath=

    amy [at] utry [dot] it

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  99. "Liked" Hungry Happenings on Facebook

    amy [at] utry [dot] it

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  100. "Liked" Nambé on Facebook

    amy [at] utry [dot] it

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  101. I love the copper canyon three tier server! So pretty

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  102. I love this two tier server and you made it extra pretty with edible spring flowers! Looks yummy:)

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  103. I like hungry happenings on Facebook

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  104. I love to entertain and my home is where all of the neighbors seem to gather so this would be used numerous times!
    sewingmema1720@yahoo.com

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  105. I love the Flow Dispenser. It would be used lots here when we entertainn.
    sewingmema1720@yahoo.com

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  106. Like Hungry Happenings on FB - Tina S Rath

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  107. I loved this recipe - made it this weekend for my girlfriends - Thanks!

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  108. I "like" Hungry Happenings on FB

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  109. I really like the Flow Dispenser - it would be perfect for all our summer parties

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  110. This recipe sounds delicious! And I think that's the coolest server EVER!

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  111. I love this server. It would be so impressing to put little snacks on it for my guests.
    KellywcuATyahooDOTcom

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  112. My favorite piece on their site is the Ridge Tray with Wood Insert
    KellywcuATyahooDOTcom

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  113. I like Hungry Happenings on Facebook(Kelly D Saver)
    kellywcuATyahooDOTcom

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  114. I Like Nambé on Facebook(Kelly D Saver)
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  115. Thats pretty cool how you did the flowers, on the bottom of the pan! Pretty creative
    sunniewoodyplus2 atmsn.com

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  116. I like the twist spice rack
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  117. That server is amazing! It would be perfect since we have no separate dining room and our guests end up being served in our small eat in kitchen with a small table, this makes more space for food!

    ecoblogz at gmail dot com

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  118. like you on FB

    ecoblogz at gmail dot com

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  119. I like Nambe on FB

    ecoblogz at gmail dot com

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  120. my favorite is the zen tealight holder

    ecoblogz at gmail dot com

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  121. This server is amazing! And i am making these apps tonite!

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    1. I'm so happy to hear that, Becky. I hope you enjoy them.

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  122. I LOVE the serving piece. I have your blog bookmarked and try many many of your recipes. Thank you for sharing them.

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  123. I think you chose well. I went to the Nambá site, and my favorite piece is this server that you chose to give away. Beautiful stuff!!

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  124. What a great treat for a shower...and the server is awesome! I've never seen one like it.

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  125. Wow, such fab pieces! My faves are the handled 12 0r 10 in Bowl and the Earth Butterfly Medium Platter in cornsilk. So many amazing pieces, I had trouble deciding! The recipes sounds yummy and looks so pretty!

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  126. Wow, Beth! Your recipe looks delicious! I would love to try it if I had the patience and time to make it :) You are a genius. The server is beautiful too!

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  127. We love goat cheese AND roasted peppers...can't wait to try this recipe! I also love the Nambe piece you chose. Thanks for the opportunity to win one!

    marywajda at hotmail dot com

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  128. I visited the Nambe site...it is SO hard to choose a favorite! I changed my mind a few times along the way -- I love so many of their pieces. But, having to choose just one...I would find this piece (21" Handled Tray) very useful.

    http://www.nambe.com/namb/ctl10101/cp59121/si5945252/cl1/handled-tray-21inch#desc

    marywajda at hotmail dot com

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  129. I "Like" Hungry Happenings on Facebook

    marywajda at hotmail dot com

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  130. I "Like" Nambé on Facebook

    marywajda at hotmail dot com

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  131. The weather is so wacky - I can't believe it was nearly 80 degrees in Upstate NY in March. Email: yona(at)pricelesswriters.com

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  132. I like the pair of Bubbly Flutes. Email: yona(at)pricelesswriters.com

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  133. Just found your blog! Wow. Would LOVE to win! :) thanks!

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  134. Also liked Nambe on Facebook! :)

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  135. Ahh, I LOVE the nativity and the coordinating pieces!! I didn't even know they had home decor!!

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  136. I love goat cheese, so I'm going to try this recipe soon. I am also helping make food for a friend's wedding shower and am going to suggest these.

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  137. I am new follower. Love you site! I have never heard of Nambé. The serving piece is quite unique. I think your recipe is the bomb! Very cute, yummy and creative.
    There are many wonderful piece. After visiting the site, I love the Copper Canyon bowl.

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  138. I just liked you on Facebook!

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  139. I also liked Nambé on Facebook.

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  140. Oh my, I've missed so many fabulous ideas not having found you till now!! Can't wait to make fuzzy slippers!

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  141. Wow. Give you just one favorite? I love several. A few of them are Rocks 2-Tier Server, Cradle Pitcher, Cradle Salt and Pepper Shaker, and Heritage Curve Pitcher. I think my favorite may be the Heritage Nativity Scene.

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  142. Liked you on Facebook and subscribed to your blog as well!

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  143. Love, love, love the serving piece you chose. I love modern serving pieces. I have a collection of serving pieces but not as classy as this one. ALso, I am definitely making the flower appetizers for Easter dinner. You are so talented.

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  144. Wow- love your site! Just found it through The Tip Junkie. Can't wait to spend more time learning from you. Thanks so much!
    Holly at www.abakershouse.com

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  145. Absolutely gorgeous! Both the stand and the appetizers! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  146. love this recipe. would definitely try this

    abile27 at yahoo dot com

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  147. Great serving stand! Just found your website, Great ideas!

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  148. Went to Nambe website. Wow! They are so unique. I love their shapes! I really liked the copper canyon cake stand.

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  149. fan of yours on fb

    abile27 at yahoo dot com

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  150. fan of nambe on fb

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  151. love their scoop server the best

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  152. I have liked Hungry Happenings on Facebook. :)

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  153. I want to enter!! I love the Scoop server on the Nambe' website, I liked Hungry happenings on facebook and I liked Nambe on facebook!!

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  154. i would love to win!. i like hungry happenings on facebook
    sue
    buzzbrian@aol.com

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  155. Oh My Goodness! The filled flower crisp look delicious! And I would let out a "squeal" too if I had this two-tierd server in my kitchen!

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  156. I visted the Nambe` site and WOW! I love the infinity vase w/ silk.
    http://www.nambe.com/namb/ctl10101/cp59114/si6003231/cl1/infinity-vase-with-silk-orchid

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  157. Thanks for this giveaway! The appetizers look delish!

    alyssasauriol@gmail.com

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  158. I love the Flow Dispencer from Nambe.

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  159. I liked Hungry Happenings on Facebook!

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  160. oh this is great! i'd love to have it for some upcoming parties i'm hosting.

    lauren51990 at aol dot com

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  161. i like you on facebook

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  162. Wow...you are so clever! Thank you for all the wonderful ideas. Keep them coming...PLEASE!

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  163. This is an awesome serving idea for dips and stuff! I'll have to try it sometime.

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  164. Wow, that server is beautiful! Would love to have it! :)

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  165. My favorite item is the Morphik Cake Plate

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  166. I "like" Hungry Happenings on Facebook
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  167. I "Like" Nambé on Facebook
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  168. Wow, love all the Nombe products and will definitely have to spend more time on their website! I love their 3 tier bronze display. Beautiful!

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  169. Love how you made the flower cups. I've got to try this. Can I do it with crust or cookies, I wonder?

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