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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With a cocktail stick drag lines from the inside of the chocolate circles to the outside, repeat for each circle to create webs.
About 4,800 schoolchildren aged seven to 14 were expected to take part and activities included making a cocktail stick and marshmallow tower to learn about engineering, costs and planning large projects.
They are ready when a cocktail stick comes out of the middle clean.
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.
Get a tiny little cocktail stick and put them on stakes" Actress Jennifer Lawrence, above "People have seen my butt.
4 Make two holes, roughly 6mm (1/4in) apart, using a cocktail stick.
Prick the dotted design onto the cookie using a cocktail 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.