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appetizer

(ap′ĕ-tī″zĕr)
A small portion of something, esp. food or drink, that stimulates desire for more. In Western societies, it is an item that usually precedes the main food offering.
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If you're entertaining in other parts of the house, look for appetisers that can be prepared ahead of time: dips can be stored in the fridge, salads can be prepared ahead and dressed before serving and canape toppings and bases can be assembled at the last minute.
But it needn't be that way says Susannah Blake, author of new book 500 Appetisers (Apple Press, pounds 9.99).
The packages include Penalty Shootout ( imported beverages and appetisers; Rs 1,399).
For appetisers we got the stuffed peppers with Halloumi cheese, the chorizo Hummus and the potato salad with mayonnaise sauce.
The airline said that in the US, Chef Stephan Pyles of Dallas designed the new menu for flights from the United States to Europe and the appetisers to Europe include citrus-marinated scallops, coppa ham with mozzarella, and shrimp marinated in mojito sauce.
Noting that appetisers served at the Atkins home were "inedible" he told firefighters: "The guy was fat - big guy - but heavy.
McCain Foods, manufacturer of French fries, pizza, appetisers and other frozen foods acquired Anchor's foodservice business and production facilities in a three-party transaction.