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  1. This looks sooo yummy – simple and economical too! I love little baby shrimp, and they’re the perfect size for spooning onto pita bread. I’m pinning this for upcoming entertaining events! My family decided to have a party-foods dinner, so we wouldn’t have to go through the hassle of cleaning, inviting loads of people, making freaking tons of food.. but still getting to eat party dishes! This would be perfect for that

    1. Party food parties are the best. The other hockey girls and I had them every time the guys went on the road last year, and it was wonderful. The only problem is – like you mentioned in your post yesterday – that you end up hovering over the food and eating all night long. Needless to say, I gained a few pounds last year. I’m sure the red wine contributed though…

    1. You love dill? Maybe you should come to Kazakhstan for a visit. They are obsessed with dill here. It’s in everything. I’ve never seen so much dill!!

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