New to Chowhound? jvanderh | Mar 20, 2010 09:45 AM 28. Garlicky Beef Tenderloin With Orange Horseradish Sauce Melissa Clark. Aug 31, 2016 - Explore Shannon Gray's board "Room Temperature Appetizers", followed by 189 people on Pinterest. Featuring Pull-Apart Breadstick Blanket, Chocolate-Filled Banana Muffins, Tater Tot Quiche, Fajita Pasta Bake, Scalloped Potato Loaf, Chicken Parm-Stuffed Bell Peppers and Monkey Bread Brie Fondue Indeed, deciding yummy starter … Email Share on Pinterest Share on Facebook Share on Twitter. Finger foods, bite size, cocktail style, recipes that are simple to throw together and fun to eat! If you decide to throw an all-appetizer party, make sure you provide a variety of options: chips and dip, warm spreads, easy pick ups, and even one-bite salads can be combined to set out the perfect spread. Read on to find some delectable cold appetizer recipes … Making delectable appetizers in large amounts, and that too on your own, is easier said than done. X Search. Main Course Recipes for a Crowd is a group of recipes collected by the editors of NYT Cooking. 40 minutes. Log In Sign Up. Main Course Recipes for a Crowd Save All 19 Recipes Saved. I’ve exhausted my cache of recipes that fit the necessary constraints: …must be made the night before (bonus points if parts of it can be made two nights before), must be served cold or room temp, must work on a buffet table (easy to serve quickly), and must feed a lot of people. Salads and desserts … What's your favorite make-ahead, serve at room temperature food? Pumpkin Spice Fall Chex Mix (Sweet n’ Salty) Skewered Party Appetizers. Q: My department at work (about 30 people) holds frequent lunch potlucks at staff meetings. Thick Greek Yogurt Tzatziki … No forks or spoons are required for these easy-to-pick-up party foods, so you can clean up in no time. See more ideas about appetizers, cooking recipes, recipes. I tend toward black bottoms, chicken on skewers with peanut sauce, and chocolate-covered fruit, but I'd love some … Consider serving cold appetizers in your party, and you do not have to worry much about keeping the dishes hot till the serving time. Sign up to discover your next favorite restaurant, recipe, or cookbook in the largest community of knowledgeable food enthusiasts. —Roxanne Chan, Albany, California You'll like these easy finger foods so much that … Delicious meal starters served cold or in room temperature are preferred for big parties. Andrew Scrivani for The New York Times Editors’ Collection. Cold, easy mini appetizers to serve a crowd that you can make ahead for any party and keep at room temperature. I combined these all with pasta to make a delicious side dish perfect for sharing at a potluck; the recipe can easily be doubled and can be served either warm or at room temperature. Canapé Crackers with rondelé® by Président® and Caramelized Onions. If you want to save yourself some grief come dinner time, Sarah Jampel at Food52 suggests you go with foods that are designed to be served at room temperature. Beet, Greens and Cheddar … Super easy finger foods are the perfect way to kick off a party. Skewered food or on a stick! Fall is my favorite season and I love the foods of autumn, such as mushrooms, squash, apples and walnuts.