If someone is stopping by for a hot toddy (testing one with whiskey and a ruby port that also has a bit of spice and some floating fruit) about 4ish, what do you serve with it as a nibble? Spiced nuts? Cheese? Chocolate?

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allie
allie January 3, 2011

Ideally, that jam and blue cheese biscuit that was a finalist a couple of weeks ago. But I'd do nuts, chocolate, a hearty cracker if whipping those up isn't realistic.

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aargersi
aargersi January 3, 2011

Charcuterie plate? Salty cured meats, cheese, good bread, jam or chutney or apple butter.

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lifestooshort
lifestooshort January 3, 2011

Maybe some tortas de aceite with manchego cheese and fig or quince jam. You can buy (expensive) tortas at Whole Foods and other gourmet shops, but if you have the time you can make them--here's a great recipe:
http://www.wildyeastblog.com/2007/10/10/olive-oil-wafers/

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mrslarkin
mrslarkin January 3, 2011

Spiced nuts? Cheese? Chocolate? Yes! Yes! And Yes! Some finger sandwiches and dainty cookies would be good too.

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healthierkitchen
healthierkitchen January 3, 2011

How about a savory biscotti? More whole wheat than white flour and not too much sugar - maybe pear and rosemary or crystallized ginger and cardomom?

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healthierkitchen
healthierkitchen January 3, 2011

ummm, is this 4 today?

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