party hors d`oeuvres

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party hors d`oeuvres
party hors d’oeuvres
SIMPLE ENTERTAINING—BE PREPARED FOR ANY TYPE OF PARTY IN MINUTES
cocktail party
Savory Bay®
Mini Crab Cakes††
Member’s Mark®
Crab Rangoon††
30-count box.
30 handmade pieces. Sauce
included.
Member’s Mark®
21/25 Colossal
Cooked Tail-on
Shrimp††
#904118
1.5-lb. bag.
#235397
#654408
Brie and
Pecan Stuffed
Mushrooms††
Grilled Lamb
Skewers with Mint
Pesto
Recipe on
samsclub.com/entertaining.
Recipe on
samsclub.com/entertaining.
Kraft® Macaroni
& Cheese
Totino’s®
Pizza Rolls††
Tyson® Dino
Nuggets††
15-pack, 7.25-oz. boxes.
140-count box.
4-lb. box.
#828773
#665375
#616364
Jonathan T.™
Franks in a
Blanket††
Fruit Skewers
PB&J Cutouts
Recipe on
samsclub.com/entertaining.
Recipe on
samsclub.com/entertaining.
Sam’s Club® Master of
Wine, Bob Paulinski,
recommends serving
Johann Falkenberg ®
Riesling with the
cocktail party
appetizer tray.
kids’ tray
Sam’s Club
recommends
serving cold
milk with the kids’
appetizer tray.
††
Food items are available in-Club only.
Wine brands available in select Clubs and in limited
quantities. Brands vary by Club. Please
drink responsibly.
Available in the Frozen Food Department.
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48-count box.
#241159
Additional recipes on
samsclub.com/entertaining
Around the World
Every culture has its version of hors
d’oeuvres or appetizers—those little
nibbles that precede a meal or that may
constitute the meal itself at a casual
gathering. These are most often bite-sized
finger foods that are convenient to eat
standing up at a bar or at a party with a
drink in your other hand.
casual
Sam’s Club®
Master of Wine,
Bob Paulinski,
recommends
serving Torres ®
Malena™ Garnacha
with the casual
appetizer tray.
Poppers®
Cheddar
Cheese
Jalapenos††
appetizers from
Nancy’s® Deli
Spirals††
60-count box.
#267002
3-lb. box. Also
available in cream
cheese. Flavors may
vary by Club.
Casa Di
Bertacci®
Meatballs††
Tyson® Tequila Farm Rich™
Lime Flavored Breaded
Wings††
Cheese
4-lb. bag.
Sticks††
6-lb. bag. Sam’s Club
Source™ recommends #370643
serving with Member’s
Mark® BBQ Sauce.
4.5-lb. box.
55–65 sticks.
#633073
#416332
United States: Appetizer
To Americans, the word “appetizer” means
either small bite-sized foods to enjoy
before a meal or the first course of the
meal itself.
China: Dim Sum
Any of a vast array of bite-sized dishes
from dumplings to stuffed buns and rice
rolls. These may also make up the entire
meal for breakfast or lunch, and they are
always served with tea.
France: Hors d’oeuvre (literally
means “outside the work”)
The French coined the most commonly used
term for bite-sized foods designed to tease
the appetite. Classic French hors d’oeuvres
include foie gras, oysters and canapés and
are often served with wine or an apéritif.
Greece: Mezethes
Greek appetizers may include cheese,
vegetables, yogurt and grilled meats and
are often accompanied by ouzo or wine.
Popular Greek appetizers: spanakopita,
tabbouleh and keftedes.
Hawaii: Pupus
This fanciful term describes hot or cold
appetizers, such as ahi poke, fruits or
barbecued spareribs, which might be
appropriate at a luau.
fancy occasion
Italy: Antipasti
Hot or cold hors d’oeuvres preceding a
meal—cheese, fruit, cured meats and olives
are typical.
Mexico: Antojitos
Mexican appetizers or snacks typically
include seafood, roast meats, piquant
sauces and, of course, tortilla chips
and salsas.
Sam’s Club
Master of Wine,
Bob Paulinski,
recommends
serving Zeal™
Sauvignon
Blanc with
the fancy
occasion
appetizer tray.
Nancy’s®
Petite
Quiche®††
60-count box.
Member’s
Mark® 31/40
Cooked Tail-on
Shrimp††
Member’s
Mark® BaconWrapped
Scallops††
#267009
2-lb. bag.
30-count box.
#654541
#904132
Salmon Barber Poles
and Smoked Turkey
Finger Sandwiches
Scandinavia: Smorgasbord
The word means hors d’oeuvres and may
also be the meal itself depending on the
dishes served. Common smorgasbord
items are open-faced sandwiches, pickled
herrings, smoked salmon and cheeses.
Spain: Tapas
Tapas are served most often alongside
sherry or cocktails in bars or restaurants.
They can be as light as a cube of cheese
skewered with an anchovy or as substantial
as stuffed peppers or small sandwiches.
Yiddish/Jewish: Nosherei
This describes foods suitable for snacking
or nibbling, like smoked fish, piroshki,
latkes and chopped liver.
Recipes on samsclub.com/entertaining.
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