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Feb 09, 2006

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Stephanie

Oooh...it's wonderful!

Of course, you *know* how much I love little bites like this...!

Alanna

Recipes like THIS are the very reason I have a bookmark titled 'easy appetizers'. Wow!

Pille

I really like the sound - and look - of these canapes! Thanks for sharing the idea!

mary g

I'm planning a bridal shower for my niece in May, and these would be a perfect appetizer.

nathbala

I got your link from 101 cook books.I have never seen such a standard,even my blog won't stand up to this standard

Alanna

Hi Johanna, Just to let you know I made a variation of these for my book club last night and LOVEd the combination of feta-melon-mint in the lime marinade! (I'll definitely repeat this, perhaps as a salsa with fish or atop a dinner salad ...) I also wrapped thin slices of ham around some of the melon chunks. They looked soo pretty! I did have trouble w the feta cracking, likely because I marinated the cheese all day so it got too soft. I mention this in case it helps your other readers: 8 hours is probably too long!

Anyway thanks for the inspiration.

Debbie Hannibal

Hi there
I am from South Africa. Where does one purchase the nifty little bamboo skewers with a twist at the top? I have often looked for them on the net, but with no luck
thanks

Pat

You can find the bamboo skewers by googling bamboo twisted skewers or just check out your local asian ethnic grocery store as you may be surprised what you will find.

Mildred

I'm planning a cocktail party for my son, I will definitely try this. Thank you in advance.

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