Appetizer

10 Dinner Party Apps Worth Spoiling Your Appetite For

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June  1, 2016

A good appetizer should be one-bite-appropriate—so we partnered with our friends at TRISCUIT to share 10 go-to party snacks from #f52grams.

Punchy in flavor and easy to eat—that's what we asked you for when we put out a call for your very best dinner party appetizers. You made us want to spoil our dinners with the photos you shared. Here are 10 of our favorite submissions:

Herby, olive-filled garlic knots are the sort of party hors d'oeuvres you should find yourself standing very close to:

One chickpea flatbread, miso-tahini sauce, and a rainbow of Chioggia beets—and shoots, and avocado:

Simple steamed mussels are a natural (and summery!) finger food:

Wrap a little bundle of enoki mushrooms with a slip of prosciutto, sprinkle with sesame seeds, and bake:

Mushroom tarts (think phyllo dough + caramelized mushrooms!) topped with (almost) too-cute-to-eat chive blossoms:

A killer bruschetta bar means that everyone gets exactly the snack that they want:

Get your party pants on guys - tomorrow on the blog is the most epic Memorial Day Menu and obviously there's a bruschetta bar, duh!! 😍🙌🏼🤗

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Bet you can't eat just one salty, roasted pistachio:

Trade ketchup for creamy hummus and dunk away with sweet potato fries:

Sweet potato 🍟🍟with creamy homemade hummus...always a good idea 😋

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Arugula pesto is a very good way to clean out the crisper drawer and get a snack out of the deal:

Radishes! Cucumbers! Eggs! Capers! It all makes for pseudo-modern art, in appetizer form:

What's your best dinner party appetizer? Give us a mini-recipe for it in the comments!

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A good appetizer should be one-bite-appropriate—so we partnered with our friends at TRISCUIT to share 10 go-to party snacks from #f52grams.

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