Festive Foods We Still Enjoy
Many of us enjoy the food and fashion trends from the 1960s and 70s. Some of these retro appetizers are family favorites, and I’ll bet a few of them are still on your menu today. (Perhaps you tasted them in your mother’s or grandmother’s kitchen?)
For instance, I never get tired of swirled eggs, salmon mousse, or mini quiches. And my husband could eat cocktail weiners every day of the week! I’m sure you agree that a festive cheese ball on the holiday buffet table is never left untouched.
Let’s leave our bruschetta, hummus, tapas, and sushi in the refrigerator for now. This photo post is intended to jog your memory, so you can come up with additional tried and true favorites. Updated presentations catapult this list of retro hors d’oeuvres right into the present.
For your convenience, when you hover over some images, you can click for their associated modern kitchen gadgets.
2. Bacon Wrapped Dates
3. Cocktail Weiners (Lil’ Smokies) & Sauce
4. Shrimp Cocktail
5. Chinese Eggrolls with Dipping Sauce
6. Cheese Puffs (& Twists)
7. Crab Stuffed Mushroom Caps
8. Stuffed Cherry Tomatoes
9. Cheese Ball & (Ritz) Crackers
10. Chicken Liver Pate
11. Potato Chips with California Onion Dip
12. Cream Cheese Stuffed Celery
13. Cocktail Mixed Nuts
14. Meat & Cheese Board
15. Pickled Asparagus
16. Pimento Stuffed Olives
17. Mini Quiche Tarts
18. Salmon Mousse
19. Swedish Meatballs
20. Swiss Fondue
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