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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A dad making sandwiches for his daughter was shocked to discover a cocktail stick inside a loaf of bread.
Dip a separate cocktail stick into each of the food colourings and add to each piece of icing, leaving one white.
Mr Townsend, an accounts administrator of Exeter, Devon, will bid to eat his way into the Guinness Book of Records there on Monday, armed with a cocktail stick, and watched over by an a djudicator.
Buy fresh stuffing from your deli or supermarket, form it into flat 'patties', wrap a slice of streaky bacon around the circumference and secure with a cocktail stick.
Fill the leaves with a spoonful of mince and a spoonful of rice, wrap the leaves around the filling, secure with a cocktail stick and place in an ovenproof dish.
Season the pork, then lay a slice of prosciutto on each and secure with a cocktail stick. Put the carrots into a pan with a small glass of water, then season if you like.
Arrange the apple wedges onto a plate in a circle and place a cocktail stick into each wedge, so that the cocktail stick faces outwards.
Push a cherry tomato and then a sultana or raisin, on to a cocktail stick. Push cocktail sticks into the top of the roll to make the munchkin's eyes.
"The hardest thing about the sweetcorn record is getting them onto the cocktail stick quickly enough."
The 100 minutes of exhilarating rock takes place on a set featuring the world's largest video screen, a 40ft lemon and a 20ft olive on a a 100ft-high cocktail stick.
Turning round to confront his attacker, Dracula was pierced through the heart by a cocktail stick.