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Easy finger foods to keep your guests satisfied—not to mention occupied—before the main event.  Shrimp w/tarragon aioli

6 Make-Ahead Appetizers

Easy finger foods to keep your guests satisfied—not to mention occupied—before the main event. Shrimp w/tarragon aioli

Sausage Potato Puffs | Food & Wine. Maria Helm Sinskey has a strategy for parties: there should be a mix of baked, fried and fresh hors d'oeuvres. Besides ensuring that guests don't overload on one kind of appetizer, she also avoids too much last-minute cooking. These tender potato puffs spiked with spicy sausages are one of her favorite oven-baked starters.

Sausage Potato Puffs

Sausage Potato Puffs | Food & Wine. Maria Helm Sinskey has a strategy for parties: there should be a mix of baked, fried and fresh hors d'oeuvres. Besides ensuring that guests don't overload on one kind of appetizer, she also avoids too much last-minute cooking. These tender potato puffs spiked with spicy sausages are one of her favorite oven-baked starters.

Move beyond pasta and enjoy authentic Italian food including time-honoured Italian classics such as this arancini dish.

Prosciutto and spinach arancini

Move beyond pasta and enjoy authentic Italian food including time-honoured Italian classics such as this arancini dish.

Our carbonara arancini combines the flavors in Italian risotto and a rich pasta. Make our Test Kitchen&

Carbonara Arancini

Our carbonara arancini combines the flavors in Italian risotto and a rich pasta. Make our Test Kitchen&

Gorditas | Crisp on the outside and soft within, these savory corn cakes are a great base for all types of toppings, from pulled pork to shredded chicken. For a more luscious gordita, fry the dough in lard or butter instead of oil.

Recipes for Cinco de Mayo

Gorditas | Crisp on the outside and soft within, these savory corn cakes are a great base for all types of toppings, from pulled pork to shredded chicken. For a more luscious gordita, fry the dough in lard or butter instead of oil.

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