My Favorite Trader Joe’s Appetizers

  1. I think it is awesome that you can entertain outside all ready. I woke up to a dusting of snow, in
    Minnesota this morning. Probably only 1/2 inch, but still snow. Say hi to Oscar and give him a pat.

  2. Deanna says:

    The four “B’s” can serve us well. I need to remember this phrase. Maybe I should post it in my closet. Isn’t Trader Joe’s great for so many things? You look cool, calm and collected in the face of unexpected guests stopping by. Always good to have a little nosh on hand, and you look great!

  3. writer lady says:

    Hi Oscar!

    Great food and fashion! I’ll try your Sangria recipe.
    Also, thanks to you, I just pulled my penny loafers (Bass brand) out of my closet … good classic!

  4. Maeve says:

    Oscar is the bomb! Love the simple, healthy spread — and we’re finally getting sun in RI today after the same kind of yo-yo weather you’ve had. I love summer Sangria, but it’s fattening. You have lots of OJ, so omit the sugar. You won’t even know it’s not there.

    • Beth Djalali says:

      i omitted both the orange juice and the sugar. honestly, you don’t need either as the fruit will sweeten the Sangria on its own.

    • Ann says:

      I always enjoy the variety and information in your posts, Beth. Today’s post was a great reminder of how easy and simple entertaining can be. After all, hosting guests is all about the fellowship!. 😊

  5. Kathleen McDermott says:

    It’s nice to see you and Oscar out in the yard again. The dip assortment looks so appetizing and I love those carrots of many colors! Trader Joe’s is a real treasure and I, too, keep a supply of quick fixin’s in the freezer. You are radiant in that blue.

  6. Barbara Lacy says:

    Thank you for the appetizer ideas. Easter company trays are on the horizon and a quick idea from Trader Joe’s is appreciated. What wine did you use for Sangria……any red?

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