party hors d`oeuvres
party hors d’oeuvres
SIMPLE ENTERTAINING—BE PREPARED FOR ANY TYPE OF PARTY IN MINUTES
Mini Crab Cakes††
30 handmade pieces. Sauce
Skewers with Mint
15-pack, 7.25-oz. boxes.
Franks in a
Sam’s Club® Master of
Wine, Bob Paulinski,
Johann Falkenberg ®
Riesling with the
milk with the kids’
Food items are available in-Club only.
Wine brands available in select Clubs and in limited
quantities. Brands vary by Club. Please
Available in the Frozen Food Department.
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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.
Master of Wine,
serving Torres ®
with the casual
3-lb. box. Also
available in cream
cheese. Flavors may
vary by Club.
Tyson® Tequila Farm Rich™
Lime Flavored Breaded
6-lb. bag. Sam’s Club
Source™ recommends #370643
serving with Member’s
Mark® BBQ Sauce.
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
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.
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.
This fanciful term describes hot or cold
appetizers, such as ahi poke, fruits or
barbecued spareribs, which might be
appropriate at a luau.
Hot or cold hors d’oeuvres preceding a
meal—cheese, fruit, cured meats and olives
Mexican appetizers or snacks typically
include seafood, roast meats, piquant
sauces and, of course, tortilla chips
Master of Wine,
Salmon Barber Poles
and Smoked Turkey
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.
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.
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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