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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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You can serve this starter either as I have, skewered onto cocktail sticks with the sauce offered as a dip on the side or, if preferred, lay the salmon in waves on the plate, with the potatoes plated next to it and drizzle the sauce over them both.
AVOCADO SUSPEND a stone on cocktail sticks in enough water to cover the bottom inch.
INGREDIENTS (Makes three): Hot Chocolate - 1 litre milk, 4 tbsp drinking chocolate, sugar to taste (optional) Snowmen - Pretzel sticks, 9 medium size marshmallows, orange jelly beans, 50g dark chocolate chips, cocktail sticks.
TipUSE mini paper flags on cocktail sticks when leaving plants in the care of a to mark out which plants need special care, such as extra watering.
uk YOU WILL NEED n 3 x 6inch cake tins n Buttercream in various colours of your choice n Wooden skewers, cocktail sticks n Rolling pin n Knife n Piping bag & star nozzle n Black modelling paste n Edible gold paint (I use Rolkem powder mixed with clear alcohol but other paints are available) nWhite modelling paste n 6in cake drum or cake board n 10in cake drum or card For all my cake supplies I use Cake Stuff in Lesmahagow but Hobbycraft and other cake shops will stock these too.
2 To make the eyeballs, drain the lychees and poke a hole in each cherry with one of the cocktail sticks.
Then slice the bananas into thick slices and use cocktail sticks to dip them in the raw chocolate sauce.
Bennett takes his inspiration in ' 'Untold Stories' from the simple things that prompt memories of the past - such as the hymns of his childhood and a long-forgotten tub of cocktail sticks at the back of a kitchen cupboard.
Bennett, 78, has included his experiences at a Leeds cinema in his new play Cocktail Sticks.
WHAT YOU NEED Scissors Scrap card Scraps of fabric Fabric marker/soft pencil 2 kebab sticks per strip of large cake bunting; 2 cocktail sticks per strip of cupcake bunting PVA glue in a small squeezy bottle (easily available in the children's department of craft suppliers) Pretty string/thread Two beads per bunting string - with a big enough hole to fit on the top of the kebab/cocktail stick as a 'finial' Cool iron WHAT TO DO 1.
Wrap one around each chicken breast to cover the filling and secure with cocktail sticks.