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Savoury olive and rosemary cheese biscuits

Here is a savoury version of the lovely French Sablés. They’re a nice alternative to nibble with your glass of wine instead of nuts or chippies, and make a fantastic addition to a grazing platter!

New Zealand Woman's Weekly|Feb 17, 2020

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  • 5 creative types of platter that will make entertaining easy

    If you love creating a beautiful grazing platter to feed your guests, your world is about to open up! From breakfast boards to dessert delights, here are all our favourite ways to interpret a platter – and they all make entertaining a breeze.

    Food To Love|Feb 16, 2020

  • Gluten-free pork and fennel sausage rolls

    These gluten-free sausage rolls are easier to make than the original which uses pastry and, dare we say it, we prefer them! Whip up a batch the next time you're entertaining and you won't have to worry about any dietary requirements!

    New Zealand Woman's Weekly|Feb 04, 2020

  • Cornmeal chicken sticks with jalapeno aioli

    These tasty chicken sticks make a finger-licking snack that is perfect as a starter in your Christmas feast or dinner party. Packed with flavour and delightfully crispy, they'll be gone before you know it!

    Nadia|Nov 25, 2019

  • 3 delicious ideas for bruschetta toppings

    Italy’s most famous antipasto makes the perfect addition to a sharing platter - so try one of these three scrumptious ideas to impress your guests. They would be a fantastic way to get the nibbles started on Christmas Day!

    Nadia|Nov 11, 2019

  • Lamb and minted pea sliders

    Like a little roast dinner in a bun, these lamb and minted pea sliders are such a fantastic idea for snacks when entertaining guests! Prepare the lamb ahead of time to make things completely fuss-free on the day.

    New Zealand Woman's Weekly|Sep 22, 2019

  • Nici Wickes' teriyaki chicken drumsticks

    Whip up a batch of these finger lickin’ teriyaki drumsticks next time you’re entertaining guests. They’re as simple as anything to throw together, and make a party snack that is sure to please the crowd.

    New Zealand Woman's Weekly|Sep 22, 2019