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12 comments to “Party Food”

  1. Yum! So important to have make-ahead dishes for parties, or else the host misses out on the fun! This ricotta reminds me of Andrew Carmellini’s recipe in Urban Italian—he whips some milk into sheep’s-milk ricotta with thyme and olive oil, and it’s sooo delicious.

  2. Maggie! Just looked up that recipe-which I somehow never noticed- it looks good, real good. Will try that net time. Whipping some milk into the ricotta must be nice.

  3. Can I be invited?

    Looks like a wonderful party spread!

  4. looks delish! def making this trio the next time i have friends over.

  5. A great appetizer spread! You know how to treat your guests.

  6. any excuse to make ricotta and you can count me in!

  7. Those roasted tomatoes look so simple & yummy!

  8. Dawn in CA says:

    May 18th, 2009 at 12:33 pm

    Yummy deliciousness. Your photos are genius – so beautiful. But I have a request… because I’m difficult that way, and I want what I want. ;) How about some photos with some real live people? I like seeing people enjoying good food.

  9. I love these kind of appetizers at a dinner party. I served a fig and olive tapenade this weekend that was a hit. I love oven roasted tomatoes, too!

  10. Wow! What wonderful nibbles. And I just love the tomato Idea. I bet it’d work great with large cherry tomatoes too. This is really the best way to eat!

  11. Molly Z. says:

    May 22nd, 2009 at 5:20 pm

    Each is so delicious on its own, and they’re dreamy in any combination. Perfect! Such a wnonderful party from start to finish…that miracle fruit is amazing.

  12. Make these every single year at my kids’ birthday party and they are a consistent hit. Thanks!

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