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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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The Nancy's brand is a leader in premium frozen appetizers in North America, offering easy-to-prepare products to suit multiple meal occasions.
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This reality likely explains the increased consumption of frozen snacks and appetizers in recent years.
Underscoring that point, data from Chicago-based market research firm IRI shows that sales of many ethnic-style frozen snacks and appetizers have grown over the past year.
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The airline said that for the US menu the new Business Class appetizers include citrus-marinated scallops, coppa ham with mozzarella, and shrimp marinated in mojito sauce served with pineapple and Boston watercress with zucchini, mushroom and yellow bell peppers.
The Cheeseburger Finger is a terrific option for kids and is a versatile alternative when fixing snacks, dinner or appetizers for the entire family.
In some parts of the country, tapas menus are driving the growth in chicken appetizers; in others, it's the never-ending quest for great food to go with those house-brewed hoppy ales or crisp lagers.