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Cheese Balls

Dena Rayess

Publisher: Chronicle Books LLC

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Summary

From afternoon snacks to holiday crowd-pleasers, savor the many varieties of this retro treat with more than thirty no-fuss recipes. 
 
Forget the cheese plate! A cheese ball is the perfect way to shake up the appetizer spread. This cheerfully cheesy cookbook offers more than thirty simple recipes as well as quick and easy dippers and toppings to serve alongside. 
 
Cheese Balls features the classic Port Wine, the zesty Jalapeño Popper, the sweet Lemon Poppy Seed, the elegant Garden Herb, and many more. With cheese balls for every occasion and time of year, helpful tips for rolling the perfect ball and creating fun shapes, plus suggestions of what to serve alongside each recipe, Cheese Balls is a delicious party waiting to happen.

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