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Badger Nuts
Description:Many variations of these lovelies can be made. Just have to balance the sweet of the dates and balsamic with the saltiness of the nuts and cheese. These disappear even before the ABT\'s at any of my dinners!!
Ingredients:24 pitted Dates - prefer the meatier, firmer ones) 12 slices bacon - halved 48 Roasted Almonds - (smokehouse, spiced, or even plain skinless) Sweet Balsamic glaze or reduction - can be bought as such. varieties tried are truffled dark and rose as well as home-made which is very easy to do) Cheese - Any Sharp yet creamy cheese such as a Blue or Chevre
Instructions:Remove the pits from the dates if not already done and insert 2 almonds into the cavity. Wrap the dates with a 1/2 slice of bacon and toothpick into place (serves as a nice handle once cooked and still hot). Cook with a raised grid or indirect until the bacon is lightly browned all around the date. Serve on a platter drizzled with the Balsamic glaze and broken up pieces of the sharp creamy cheese dotted all about
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Calories Per Serving:Really?Price Per Serving:
Number Of Servings:1-24Source:
Vegetarian:YesTime To Prepare:1/2 hour
Date:Mon 08 Aug 2011 21:30:27 UTCViewed:5167 times
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grokComment added on: Wed 10 Aug 2011 05:00:42 UTC
Hi, what are "ABT's" ? looks interesting!
BigBadgerComment added on: Thu 11 Aug 2011 23:25:59 UTC
Atomic Buffalo Turds..... wonderful things. Jalapeno peppers stuffed with cheese 'n stuff and wrapped in Bacon.
BigBadgerComment added on: Thu 11 Aug 2011 23:26:34 UTC
Hey.... I never indicated these were vegetarian!
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