cocktail stick


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cocktail stick

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(Cookery) a small pointed stick used for holding cherries, olives, etc, in cocktails, and for serving snacks, such as small sausages
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Place a cocktail stick into at least six whole-shelled hazelnuts and dip them into the mixture.
To make the marshmallow snowmen, thread three marshmallows onto a cocktail stick.
Season with a little salt and pepper and lay a piece of Parma ham and a sage leaf on each escalope and secure with a cocktail stick.
Press the eyeball onto the end of a cocktail stick and set aside until serving.
INGREDIENTS: 3 large white marshmallows icing pens, in black and orange 1 giant chocolate button 1 chocolate - any domed chocolate is perfect 2 tbsp cocoa powder 2 tbsp Horlicks powder A handful of mini white marshmallows 1 cookie (small enough to fit in a jam jar) 3 strawberries laces YOU WILL NEED 1 cocktail stick 1 large jam jar Ribbon and gift tag METHOD: First make the marshmallow snowman: Skewer the marshmallows together with a cocktail stick - cut off any protruding stick.
Washington, Aug 24 ( ANI ): Naomi Watts walked around with a cocktail stick wedged in her mouth as she prepared to play Princess Diana in the new biopic in a bid to alter her features and take on the tragic royal's facial features, it has been revealed.
I like to use a piece of cocktail stick to make the head and body join more durable.
With a sharp knife, make a shallow cut down the back of each prawn and, with your finger or a cocktail stick, remove and discard the black vein.
Finally, top each one with a sage leaf and secure together with a cocktail stick.
Then is added, in a rather Monty Python way and I quote again, 'this list is not meant to be exhaustive', presumably in case someone is stabbed to death with a cocktail stick.