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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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Try the combos, especially the Penalty Shootout ( imported select beverages and appetisers; Rs 1,399), at The Great Kabab Factory, Sector- 18, Noida .
The Extra Times combo at the Radisson Suites , Gurgaon, which includes unlimited IMFL served with appetisers like tacos ( Rs 899), is quite a steal.
"Appetisers can be wonderfully varied and still do exactly what their title says they will - their purpose is to whet the appetite and stimulate the tastebuds.
They are also there to stave off possible hunger pangs until the main event, but be aware that appetisers should never spoil the appetite.
500 Appetisers, by Susannah Blake, is published by Apple Press, priced pounds 9.99.
"Appetisers can be wonderfully varied and their purpose is to whet the appetite and stimulate the tastebuds.
"They are there to stave off possible hunger pangs until the main event, but be aware that appetisers should never spoil the appetite."
GET STUCK IN: Courgette & Caper dip from 500 Appetisers, by Susannah Blake
Anchor produces speciality cheese appetisers, onion rings, stuffed jalapeno peppers and various vegetable appetisers; this will now be taken over by McCain.
The company's range of American Appetisers include the range of Poppers products imported form the USA, these include: cream cheese poppers, red hot poppers, beer battered onion rings, hot 'n' spicy rings, texas toothpicks, mozzarella sticks in crumb or batter and tortilla wraps.