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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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But it was Medwyn's wife Gwenda who had the painstaking task of creating it with more than 100 tomatoes, all fixed to an oval of flower arranger's oasis with cocktail sticks.
Then slice the bananas into thick slices and use cocktail sticks to dip them in the raw chocolate sauce.
Linden Homes constructed the 4ft x 4ft home using a timber frame, which was then coated with polystyrene and foil before sausages and burgers were stuck to it with cocktail sticks.
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.
1 Soak the cocktail sticks in water for at least 30 minutes.
Bennett, 78, has included his experiences at a Leeds cinema in his new play Cocktail Sticks.
Serve immediately with cocktail sticks and napkins.
Wrap one around each chicken breast to cover the filling and secure with cocktail sticks.
Culinary delights including pork pies, sausage rolls and cheese and pineapple on sticks sat in three large foil trays with Union Jack flags on cocktail sticks in each item.
You'll be able to take your model home and experiment even further using bits and pieces from around the house like cocktail sticks and safety scissors.
Students were shown how to transform rubbish, including cans, cocktail sticks and milk cartons into crafts.