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11 Embarrassing Cocktail Party Fouls

How not to end up as the star of your friends& 39; cocktail party horror storiesIstock/nojusticeLeft outI know many a person who loves to throw and attend cocktail parties. Will you know anyone there? Can you find someone to strike up a conversation with effortlessly or will you be stuck in the corner with some bore talking your ear off?
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Baked turkey pulp

It is definitely a dish for which you have to arm yourself with patience and a lot of will to resist the enticing smell that comes from the oven. I marinated the octopuses in the evening. , sliced ​​ginger, dried rosemary, oil, wine and a little soy sauce.
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Steak and ale pie recipe

RecipesIngredientsMeat and poultryBeefBeef pie Steak pieSteak and ale pieComfort food for winter days. It& 39;s also perfect for entertaining because you can prepare the filling in advance and leave the baking until 45 minutes until you plan to serve. (You should give the pie an extra 5-10 minutes if you& 39;re starting with a cold filling.
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Egg free strawberry tiramisu recipe

RecipesDish typeDessertFruit dessertsBerry dessertsStrawberry dessertsI love the traditional Italian tiramisù but I have a young child and do not want to prepare a dessert made with raw eggs and espresso! Instead, I serve this version that combines fresh strawberries, cream cheese and whipping cream.
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Sarmale with beef and pork with sage

1 tray of 1kg of minced beef + pork sausage1 box of diced tomatoes1 cup of rice1 cup of albkaizer wine1 carrot.1 onion1 bunch of dill2 suitable cabbagePortions: -Cooking time: over 120 minutes RECIPE PREPARATION Sarmale with beef and pork with sage: If the cabbage is very salty, leave it in cold water for 4 hours.
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Pineapple Glazed Ham Balls

Ham balls! Made from ham, bacon and ground pork, glazed with pineapple juice, brown sugar, cider vinegar, ketchup and dry mustard.Photography Credit:Elise BauerWhere to begin with these?Hank and I got an inkling to do a more “retro” recipe, and somehow we ended up with ham balls. Pineapple glazed ham balls.
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