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californyguy
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st pats apps - Thu, 03/17/11 2:09 AM
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no not talikng computerese here..am having some friends over for the st pats corned beef feast and was just wondering about some types of apps to serve;wonder if there is anything that might esp fit well that would not be too time consuming...thanks ..happy st pats to all ..ERIN GO BRAGH  !!!!

Foodbme
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Re:st pats apps - Thu, 03/17/11 3:32 AM
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Irish Shillelagh Sticks
8 slices bacon, cut in half length wise
16 garlic flavored breadsticks (Stella Dora)
3/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese
2 tablespoons chopped fresh parsley
 
Wind one piece of bacon around each breadstick, diagonally. .
Using 4 breadsticks at a time, place them on a double layer of paper towels in the microwave. Cook for 2-1/2 minutes on high (do not overcook as breadsticks will burn).
Combine the Parmesan cheese and parsley and turn out onto a flat surface. Immediately roll each breadstick in the cheese and Parmesan coating. Continue until you have 16 Shillelagh sticks.
If you prefer a softer breadstick, purchase 2 packages of Pillsbury refrigerated breadsticks. Wrap each one with the bacon, as above, place on a baking sheet and cook according to the package directions; then roll in the coating.
 

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Re:st pats apps - Thu, 03/17/11 4:20 AM
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Those sound great!

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Re:st pats apps - Thu, 03/17/11 9:57 AM
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wow those sound just perfect foodbme- thanks so much!!!

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Re:st pats apps - Thu, 03/17/11 3:29 PM
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californyguy


wow those sound just perfect foodbme- thanks so much!!!

Just remember to cut the bacon strips in half LENGTHWISE, otherwise you'll have too much bacon.

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Re:st pats apps - Thu, 03/17/11 11:01 PM
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I didn't know you could ever have too much bacon.....