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They are so cute. I made these for my Quilting Christmas Dinner Party…. Problem was, no one was eating them, they were bringing them home they were so cute! LOVE that knife!

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These are just the cutest things! I was wondering if you could use your Fromage Fort to stuff them with instead of the cream cheese or is it too stiff? Oh that is such a great idea! I imagine that if you made your fromage fort a little looser it would work beautifully to pipe in there and it would be a wonderful flavour boost! I have been making these for years. I use the toothpicks with the colored cellophane and have not tried the scarf. Thats next. Love this! Asparagus, and all the Penguins.

Yet, I have never made it. Head over to the grocery store to get some olives — I have everything else, and so simple, so cute — the kids and the adults will love them! Thank you for this post!

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I just made these! Instead of using messy cheese I cut 1 Weight watchers smokey cheese stick in 6 pieces. Sometimes it will break the big olive but they look really cute. I also used ratishes and red bell peper rounds to make hats. Thanks for the great idea. They turned out just as cute. I did have to use a smaller carrot though. Nooooooooo its increible!! Ive never seen one thing like this…and Im from Spain, the olives country!!

Love it! That is just plain awesome. You get to surprise all your neighbors with these. The first one I made was such a mess… cream cheese everywhere and much cleaning up needed. Then I put the cream cheese in a little baggie and cut out a corner and used it like a little pastry bag! The rest filled up clean and neat!! Would you believe my little critters ran off with my pastry bag? I found it in the toybox two weeks after making these. I looked like Mr. Thanks again Rebecca! Therefore, the toothpicks look a little deadly in that scenario. Any way you can make these sans tiny swords?

And as for 4 year olds with toothpicks? I was okay with them using toothpicks on special occasions as soon as I was okay with them wielding their own fork. I saw these for the first time yesterday at a baby shower. They were the hit of the party! I loved them so much, I just went shopping and bought the makings of them and I am going to have some fun making them later today.

I wish i had a camera so i could let you see mine. Thanks for showing us your little creations.

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I love them. Dottie Hall. My Daughter made these for my grandaughters penquin themed 7th birthday.. I wanted to take a picture and they were all gone. I will link back to you. Is that OK? Black olives, cream cheese and carrots are perfect for people of all ages and most especially for children. Your olive penguins is sooo cute and easy to make too. I have one of those knife my is smaller and there are great knife to have I think every one should have one like you say.

Saw these cutties n will make them on my sons bday…. Very cute and creative! They look delicious! Hi there! Come and take a look! Hi just to let you know I used your idea on my blog and they have to visit to actually get the directions, I only used the picture.

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If this is of any nuisance to you, please let me know. These are so adorable! Emily Kaiser Thelin created these crispy hush puppies—cornmeal dumplings—by adapting a recipe from chef Susan McCreight Lindeborg. Emily serves them with a version of the creamy French sauce remoulade, which she spikes with Tabasco and a little ketchup. Here, she cooks them with herbs and spoons them onto toasts with shaved bottarga.

Coated with cinnamon and chile powder, these spiced nuts are addictive with cocktails. The egg white in the coating makes them especially crispy. Jonathon Sawyer makes his own curry and cooks his own chickpeas for this vegetarian dish, but this simplified recipe calls for store-bought curry paste and canned chickpeas.

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Sawyer roasts the seeds from the squash and uses them as a garnish; pumpkin seeds from the supermarket are a fine substitute. Inspired by the classic combination of bagels with lox and cream cheese, Tory Miller devised this variation using smoked, locally raised trout and homemade English muffins. It would be equally good on other breads, such as a baguette, or even the bagel that inspired it. Jerry Traunfeld toasts and grinds whole coriander seeds before pureeing them with roasted cauliflower, tahini paste, lemon and cilantro. Simplify the recipe by using ground coriander from a bottle to season this bright, tangy recipe.

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This recipe for arancini —fried risotto balls—comes from Renato Poliafito, who got it from his Sicilian cousin Emanuele Sanfilippo. By Jeff Maloney. Mediterranean Chicken. The lightness of white wine contrasts with plenty of garlic, onion and herbed tomatoes in this simmered chicken dish highlighted with the piquancy of Kalamata olives.

By Robyn Webb. A very simple Chinese stir-fry dish which is fabulous in taste. I saw my husband going for two additional servings of it and I had to remind him to leave some for the rest of the family!

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Serve with hot steamed rice. Stuffed Pepper Soup I. Browned ground beef is combined in this tomato based soup with chopped green peppers, cooked rice, beef bouillon, brown sugar and soy sauce. By Holly. A quick and simple grilled pork chop that everyone will love featuring a simple and easy glaze of ketchup, honey, soy sauce, and garlic. By John Chandler. Hearty Breakfast Cookies. These cookies are a delicious grab-and-go treat.

Try one with your morning coffee or pack one in your lunch. By Janet Allen. Beer Can Chicken. This delicious whole chicken is barbequed on top of an open beer can for added juiciness and flavor.

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